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Despite jangled nerves over the increasing potential for a global trade war, domestic stocks are outperforming their global counterparts, suggesting the U.S. has the least to lose should the conflict escalate.
For the first time since President Donald Trump took office, the CNBC All-America Economic Survey shows more than half of the public approving of the job he is doing in handling the economy and it appears to be having an impact on his overall approval rating.
The Justice Department originally brought the case against Amex and its larger rivals Mastercard and Visa, arguing merchants had no real bargaining power when it came to using their payment services.
Howard Schultz says Starbucks' stock is inexpensive, but some market watchers are less than optimistic in the near term.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said a forthcoming statement related to reports of investment restrictions will apply to China and other countries that threaten U.S. intellectual property rights on technology.
Tech's fight against fake news is likely to ramp up ahead of the November elections, as Apple, Facebook, Twitter and Google seek to tamp down the spread of misinformation.
Semiconductor stocks including AMD, Micron and Nvidia are trading sharply lower on Monday.
The benchmark 10-year Treasury note yield has peaked for 2018 as trade worries, weaker emerging markets and a strong dollar cap the prior move upward in rates, according to Morgan Stanley.
A lot of people find themselves working for the weekend. CNBC looks into jobs that offer quirky time-off policies.
RBC's Mark Mahaney says it's too early to tell how well the new Prime perks will do, but the program "makes a lot of sense" for Amazon.
What do the market's trajectory, leadership and rhythms tell us about what to expect for the next six months?
New York's Medicaid program says Orkambi, a new drug to treat cystic fibrosis, is not worth the price. The case is being closely watched around the country, according to the New York Times.
The U.S. Supreme Court handed a victory to Texas Republicans by reviving electoral districts drawn by the state legislature that had been thrown out by a lower court for diluting the influence of Black and Hispanic voters.
Amazon and Whole Foods began to roll out the perks this spring.
Campbell said earlier this year it is doing a strategic review.
Harley-Davidson, up against spiraling costs from tariffs, will begin shifting the production of motorcycles headed for Europe from the U.S. to factories overseas.
The more President Trump antagonizes his critics, the more Republicans seem to support him, Axios co-founder Jim VandeHei says.
If you're woefully behind on your retirement savings, two tweaks to your financial plan could be all you need to get a passing grade. New research from Morningstar shows why small changes to multiple parts of your plan could have a big impact.