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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.
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Howard Schultz says Starbucks' stock is inexpensive, but some market watchers are less than optimistic in the near term.
Anyone thinking about joining a lottery office pool for a chance at winning the grand prize should be aware of potential drawbacks.
President Donald Trump plans to bar many Chinese companies from investing in U.S. technology companies and block additional technology exports to China, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Bank of America Merrill Lynch raises its price target for AMD shares, saying the company will generate higher profit margins from its new products.
The average price of a regular gallon of gasoline fell 6 cents over the past two weeks, to $2.95.
A lot of people find themselves working for the weekend. CNBC looks into jobs that offer quirky time-off policies.
Hain has been under pressure from activist investor Engaged Capital.
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 U.S. Supreme Court sent back to lower courts a dispute over a florist who declined to create flower arrangements for a same-sex wedding based on her Christian beliefs.
U.S. buyout group Advent has agreed to buy General Electric's distributed power operations for $3.25 billion.
President Donald Trump issued a stark warning to the United States' trading partners on Sunday, calling on global economies to end to all protectionist barriers.
AT&T said it will buy AppNexus as it tries to compete with Google and Facebook's advertisements.
Amazon and Whole Foods began to roll out the perks this spring.
New home sales spiked in May.
The locations will sit alongside its Halloween City shops and run through the holiday season.