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President Trump tweets that four states whose senators said they are likely to reject the new health-care plan would be big winners.
"Just because you have a Twitter account doesn't mean you have to use it," Cuban says.
T-Mobile and Sprint are entering due diligence on their deal, sources tell CNBC's David Faber.
U.S. Sen. John McCain says doctors have given him a "very poor prognosis" as he battles brain cancer.
All around the NFL on Sunday, the responses to Trump's stance came in rapid succession and surprising uniformity.
After its worst week in more than a year, Apple could be primed for a big comeback.
Ambassador Joseph DeTrani breaks down the options on North Korea in the Cipher Brief.
Angela Merkel's conservative bloc will be the largest party in the next German parliament, but provisional election results point to a worse-than-expected majority for the German chancellor.
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Oil prices were trading at multi-month highs on Monday, continuing a rally that brought Brent crude within $1 of its 2017 high.
Here are the cities where your nest egg goes the farthest, considering groceries, housing, utilities, transportation and healthcare costs.
A new version of Microsoft 365 intended for front-line workers includes StaffHub, an app employees can use to check their shifts.
"I would be locking arms with the players to show that the players are united in what they are trying to do," Robert Johnson says.
Microsoft is introducing some Azure cloud services in its ongoing pursuit of sector leader Amazon Web Services.
Tips from two of America's highest paid celebrities and multiple-business owners.
CNBC asked thousands of business owners across the US to describe Trump's style in one word. Results are in.
For Dhani Jones, it is about dedication.
Target is planning to increase its hourly minimum wage to $11, beginning in October.
Hopes to repeal Obamacare this year rest on a simple Republican argument: States will do it better than Washington.