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Small-business confidence hits a record in 2018 as optimism rises over tax reform, according to the CNBC/SurveyMonkey Small Business Survey.
As Corporate America espouses “social responsibility,” the financial industry could help limit sales of assault weapons, our columnist writes.
President Donald Trump said in a Monday evening Twitter post that he supported and endorsed Mitt Romney for his run for a Senate seat.
Home Depot continues to thrive alongside its rival Lowe's, as their business models are much more difficult to replicate online.
Goldman Sachs sees a tidal wave of red ink — and it may drag the U.S. economy into its undertow.
Grocery chain Albertsons is planning to acquire the remainder of Ride Aid that isn't being sold to Walgreens.
Bid farewell to the bond market bull run, because the markets are entering a phase not seen in 72 years. Technician Louise Yamada explains.
Fox News will announce Fox Nation, a stand-alone subscription service that would focus largely on right-leaning commentary, the NYT reports.
Here are 2018's hottest toys found at the New York Toy Fair.
Venezuela launches a new oil-backed digital currency Tuesday, in a move the government hopes will help pull it out of an economic crisis.
Heavy tariffs and quotas on steel will hurt China, but other countries might suffer damage from such measures as well.
Buffett wagered that the S&P 500 stock index would outperform hedge funds.
Sony struck partnerships with several taxi firms to start a ride-hailing service in Japan.
President Nicolas Maduro hopes Venezuela's own digital currency will help it make financial transactions and get around western sanctions.
BlackRock strategists have turned more bullish on U.S. stocks and expect the tax cuts and stimulus to "supercharge" earnings growth.
Amazon Prime members, who pay $99 a year for a subscription, get 5 percent back when shopping on Amazon.com and at Whole Foods.
Qualcomm raised its offer to buy NXP Semiconductors to $127.50 per share from $110, after being pressured by shareholders.
A Japanese company is planning to build the world's tallest wooden skyscraper in Japan, with 90 percent of the building made of wooden materials.