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U.S. stocks opened sharply higher as investors eagerly awaited a vote on a bill that would cut corporate taxes.
While the storm that decimated Puerto Rico was unavoidable, the one that tore through residents' savings was not.
The CNBC All-America Economic Survey finds a near record 41 percent expect the economy to improve in the next year.
Goldman recommends a strategy based on a ratio from a Nobel Prize–winning economist.
British police arrested a man who tried to force his way into a U.S. air force base in central England.
Puerto Rico is a separate fiscal jurisdiction from the mainland U.S., which offers its residents unique tax protections.
It's being called a $1.5 trillion package, but the tax changes set for a vote in Congress would create more than $5 trillion worth of winners and losers.
"When you're giving stuff away, you should be able to get Democrats," Axios' co-founder and executive editor says.
Tax analysts worry that wealthy Americans could reap massive windfalls by simply reclassifying their incomes as pass-through businesses.
The last minute provision is said to benefit those with real estate income.
From flying Teslas to robot wars, here's what the tech billionaire predicted.
The so-called "engagement bait" posts come with simple requests in an effort to rack up engagement and game the Facebook algorithm.
J.P. Morgan upgrades the social network to overweight and raised its price target to $27 a share.
Hershey, the maker of Reese's and Kisses, has been focused on moving into snacks amid pressure on its core products
The deal is the iconic soup company's largest ever in its 148-year history.
Power outage at Atlanta airport grounds hundreds of flights
Some strategists are floating the classic market adage around the pending tax legislation: "Buy the rumor, sell the news."
Shares of CSX Corporation fell 3 percent in premarket trading in the wake of CEO and railroad turnaround artist Hunter Harrison's passing.
The onetime college football lineman has decided to trust his coach's play call and block for the Republican team.