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President Donald Trump on Tuesday said he doubts the United States can reach a deal to renegotiate NAFTA.
The yen and gold gained ground after Trump threatened a government shutdown if he doesn’t get funding for a border wall with Mexico.
Our live blog is tracking reactions after the Dow logs its best day since April on optimism over the prospect of U.S. tax reform.
New German regulation aims to prevent takeovers of core domestic industries by an increasingly acquisitive China. But could they hurt the economy more than they help?
The latest sanctions on Chinese and Russian entities for aiding North Korea reveal Trump's willingness to alienate potential partners.
Wal-Mart will soon offer customers the ability to order hundreds of thousands of its products by voice with the help of Google.
Several industries are tallying the costs of a potential confrontation in the South China Sea.
Benchmark is still pushing Hewlett Packard Enterprise CEO Meg Whitman for the vacant Uber CEO spot vacated by Travis Kalanick, sources say.
China's yuan has been on a tear this year, but experts are predicting the run may be over — and it may even be poised for a downturn.
Apple has scaled its ambitions for self-driving cars, but continues to work on technology to license to other car-markers, the New York Times reports.
The U.S. Navy plans to remove from duty the commander of the fleet that has suffered four recent collisions in Asia and the deaths of a number of sailors.
Stocks took a leap of faith on the prospects of a congressional tax plan, but a proposal is not likely to be seen before October.
The mortgage interest tax deduction has long been considered politically untouchable — until now, that is.
"These systems are saving lives," said Jessica Cicchino, IIHS vice president for research.
Wells Fargo CEO Timothy Sloan said forthcoming results from the bank's review of its consumer sales scandal could cause more negative attention.
The New York Times reports that relations between the two men are hostile as Republicans try to push through a slew of important legislative deadlines.
Infosys needs to find a suitable replacement who can continue with the turnaround of the company that departing CEO Vishal Sikka started.
Four mutual fund companies have marked down their investments in Uber Technologies by as much as 15 percent, the WSJ reported on Tuesday.
Jim Cramer says that while the rally might be as flaky as Monday's sell-off, its drivers, like technology stocks, could be more clear.