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General Electric CEO John Flannery is considering every cost-cutting measure for his company, putting scrutiny on his predecessor Jeff Immelt.
The former president warns of "nationalism distorted into nativism" and says the country has "forgotten the dynamism" of immigration.
The individual mandate requires most people to have health insurance or pay a fine.
To help Amazon narrow its search for a second headquarters, CNBC ranked cities based on key criteria the company cited in its pitch for incentives.
In a year when the market has posted a rally the strength of which few saw coming, investors are making billions of dollars in wrong-way bets.
VIX spikes just aren't what they used to be.
CNBC caught up with Kobe Bryant to talk about his post-basketball career as a businessman, investor, creative visionary and storyteller.
Renowned technical analyst Ralph Acampora is more cautious after the Dow surpassed his "Hail Mary" forecast more than two months early.
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Amazon has announced that its biggest wind farm to date is operational.
Steve Mnuchin's threats and gaffes prove he is not the right guy to get tax reform done, says Jake Novak.
Josh Brown goes down the bitcoin rabbit hole. He's not recommending it but says you can practically smell that "the stampede is coming."
The General Accounting Office is calling on Congress to start fixing the problem.
For China's Xi Jinping, the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China is a pivotal moment, Vox reports.
The iPhone X, eagerly awaited by fans, will go on sale from Nov. 3 and may also be weighing on demand.
Vector will conduct three commercial missions from Virginia Space's mid-Atlantic regional spaceport.
Steve Eisman, a fund manager at Neuberger Berman, said Thursday he is betting Wells Fargo shares will go down, while Citigroup shares will rise.
Many cities see Amazon's second headquarters a once-in-a-lifetime chance to grab an economic golden ticket, USA Today reports.
"I sold all my stock over the last month," Trump told the Wall Street Journal on Oct. 20, 1987.