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The pen isn’t mightier than the independent regulatory commission, Vox reports.
Despite predictions a Trump presidency would beget big moves, this has been the least volatile period for stocks ever.
Jim Cramer compares the five biggest companies to the top dogs in 1999 to get to the bottom of the fear that stocks are overvalued.
Internet trolls seem to be shaking down White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer for money on payment app Venmo,NBC News reports.
"Using an Apple TV is actually worse than using cable used to be," said Ross Gerber, CEO of Gerber Kawasaki.
The factory is not new — it has been in the works for several years, Krzanich said.
Why would you have two guys who lost the presidential election debate after the election? There's a very good reason, explains Jake Novak.
Lee says Trump's efforts to loosen rules that govern business will create opportunities.
Rex Tillerson should be ready to meet Russia's Igor Sechin, who has also been called "the scariest man on earth, Alec Luhn writes on Vox.
On CNBC's "Power Lunch," Charlie Bobrinskoy said investors have jumped into the financial sector on hopes of deregulation too fast.
Under Armour founder Kevin Plank talks about his company's growth, his own lifestyle, and how he feels about having a businessman in the White House.
Here are some of the key stories CNBC is following this hour.
The movement to block the Dakota Access pipeline is taking on the diffuse, leaderless structure of Occupy Wall Street.
Senate debate on the confirmation of Sen. Jeff Sessions to be attorney general came to a screeching — but temporary — halt Tuesday night.
This year, thousands of apps have bloomed online amid the post-election chaos, NBC News reports.
Trump's tweet pulls him back into a debate over whether he did enough to distance himself from his family's businesses.
Seth Klarman's funds were up at a 'high single-digit' percent in 2016, according to his annual investor letter obtained by CNBC.
The social network used to allow brands to select which "ethnic affinities" not to advertise to, which could be illegal in the U.S. in certain categories.
Banks are facing a different regulatory landscape, one that might not be so stringent under President Trump, the chief executive said.
A new SEC filing shows that Shkreli is involved in a tech start-up whose executives include a long-time Shkreli associate.