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CNBC's John Harwood talks to Rep. Steve Stivers, who is leading the Republican Party's efforts to prevent Democrats from seizing back the House majority in this fall's midterm elections.
Elon Musk's carmaker is under pressure again to start the week.
Trump economic advisor Kevin Hassett says Canada is going to want in on the trade deal that U.S. negotiators are on the verge of crafting with Mexico.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
The Trump administration rejected a proposal from the Turkish government that would free a detained American pastor in exchange for relief of one of its largest banks, The Wall Street Journal reports.
SodaStream will give PepsiCo a new way of reaching customers in their homes.
Despite the carnage in chip stocks, one veteran tech investor says the space is now flush with cheap buys.
Investors evaluating a potential take-private deal will be assessing not only Tesla's long-term prospects, but its current cash on hand and debts, the New York Times reports.
Starting in January, patients who are enrolled in Anthem's Medicare Advantage plans can use their insurance to cover some over-the-counter medications as well as other goods like first aid supplies and pain relievers at Walmart.
"Crazy Rich Asians" took in an estimated $25.2 million over the weekend — topping the box office in U.S. and Canada theaters.
Uber's executives are divided over what to do with the autonomous business, the New York Times reports.
The Chinese and European refusals to reduce extravagant trade surpluses with the U.S. is becoming an unbearable theater of the absurd, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
Former OMB director David Stockman, who served in the Reagan administration, sees a jolt for the ages approaching Wall Street.
Veritas Genetics is interested in the extreme ends of the human experience
Kevin Spacey's new movie hit theaters this weekend. So, why didn't you hear anything about it?
The U.S. and China are meeting later this week in Washington to try to find some common ground in their escalating trade war, but don't expect a "grand bargain," according to an international trade scholar.
Apple removed apps that sold fake lottery tickets and offered gambling services, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing state broadcaster CCTV.
The prices at the world's largest used car auction have been better than usual lately, especially since President Donald Trump started pushing for new tariffs on imported vehicles, parts as well as the steel and aluminium used to make cars.
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