Stanford's researchers talked about the study at the American College of Cardiology conference in New Orleans.
The Council of Economic Advisors said Trump's tax cuts led to millions receiving bonuses. It also cautioned that progressive policies could harm economic growth.
Deutsche Bank lent money to Donald Trump before he became the U.S. president despite multiple red flags, The New York Times reported.
Elon Musk's tweet about Tesla production targets was "a blatant violation" of a court order to get his written communications pre-approved, U.S. securities regulators said on Monday.
Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg restated the aircraft maker's commitment to safety on Monday night, and he again pledged to provide a software update and training to pilots related to the 737 Max airliner.
PolarityTE said the SEC subpoenaed it earlier this month for documents related to any promotion of the company or its securities, among other items.
Facebook is down about 13 percent over the past year and has fallen three straight days.
If President Trump stays in office after the 2020 election, he may have a strong U.S. economy to thank.
Contractors have started work on a project that will light up Times Square in New York even more.
Lyft's major shareholders will collectively hold billions in value when the company debuts.
Buffett said health-care providers and others entrenched in the current model don't have any incentive to change things.
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"I'm sorry to say this question violates three basic principles of questionnaire design," pollster Gary Langer told CNBC.
One employee says the hardest part of working at one of these employers is "taking advantage of all the benefits."
Beto O'Rourke was actively supported by major players within the technology industry including getting checks from executives at Amazon, Facebook, Apple and Dell Technologies.
In many cases the true tuition cost can be tens of thousands of dollars less.
In a Washington spectacle unseen since the wife of Richard Nixon's attorney general sounded alarms about Watergate, the spouse of a top presidential advisor is issuing urgent public warnings about Trump's mental health, writes CNBC's John Harwood.
Bill Gates said that he spoke with Googlers on Monday in reference to a project related to ultrasound analysis.
Tsujihara was being investigated for allegedly promising acting roles in exchange for sex.
Alan Krueger, a Princeton University economics professor who advised U.S. Presidents Bill Clinton and Barack Obama, died over the weekend at the age of 58, the university said on Monday.