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Amazon's service interruption, though not nearly bad enough to spark panic, was viewed by some as a moment for reflection, the NYT reports.
Looking at the raw numbers so far in the Trump era, one easily could wonder what all the fuss is about.
A third of Americans have "volatile income" that varies by more than 25 percent from year to year, according to a new Pew report. Here's how to cope.
China's education minister said that university ideology classes should appeal more to younger people, the SCMP reports.
For months, they have been engaged in an uneasy long-distance skirmish over policy and values. On Tuesday, they meet for the first time.
"I basically have zero contact with him at this point," Trump's eldest son told the crowd at a GOP fundraiser in Texas. NBCNews reports.
Thanks to technology, college basketball fans will now have more ways than ever to catch all the March Madness action this year.
Companies are reluctant to fund projects that won't show profit for a while, making government funding key the co-creator of the internet explained.
No one will be adversely affected by the Republicans' new health care bill once its enacted, according to HHS Secretary Tom Price. NBCNews reports.
The self-made millionaire swears by this simple strategy.
"I did not resign," Bharara says in a tweet.
For people who want to retire in their 40s and 50s, these destinations have a low cost of living, good weather and access to part-time work.
As Mark Dunkerley sees it, Hawaiian Airlines is just scratching the surface of what it could become.
The National Weather Service posted a blizzard watch for coastal regions, including New York City and Boston, for Monday night into Tuesday. USAT reports.
Women entrepreneurs have been at the forefront of the economic recovery, launching businesses 5 times the rate of men, despite lending woes.
Casper literally is helping consumers sleep easier at night, the CEO and founder explains to "On the Money."
As the top cop on Wall Street takes his leave, check out his best interviews on CNBC.
This former professor downsized his living space to at dumpster that was only 33 square feet to understand the ability to live small
Oil and gas CEOs expressed optimism about a pro-fossil-fuel president but appear to be on the fence about GOP tax and trade policy.
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