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President Trump is grousing again about his Federal Reserve chairman, telling political donors he was hoping for easier monetary policy.
Speculators are betting that gold investors will continue to get burned, and they have made the biggest bet against the precious metal ever in the futures market.
Despite the carnage in chip stocks, one veteran tech investor says the space is now flush with cheap buys.
President Donald Trump is expected to honor federal immigration agents at the White House on Monday as his administration struggles to comply with a federal court order mandating the reunification of migrant families separated at the southern border.
J.P. Morgan now believes the funding behind Tesla CEO Elon Musk's talk of going private was "not secured."
Nvidia touted the computing capabilities of the first gaming processing products that use its new Turing architecture.
Cardiologists are a hot commodity for tech companies
The U.S. economy is growing at a fast clip, and the bull market is entering its ninth year. But some economists are starting worry over rising interest rates and a negative signal from the bond market called a "flattening yield curve."
CNBC's John Harwood talks to Rep. Steve Stivers, who is leading the Republican Party's efforts to prevent Democrats from seizing back the House majority in this fall's midterm elections.
Elon Musk's carmaker is under pressure again to start the week.
Gmail now lets you send emails that automatically self destruct. Here's how to send them using Gmail's new "Confidential Mode" feature.
The iPhone X is so popular that it just might wind up hurting Apple down the road.
A number of companies have recently announced a new benefit: student loan assistance.
Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh suggested that attorneys preparing to question President Bill Clinton in 1998 seek graphic details about the president's sexual relationship with Monica Lewinsky.
The U.S. Department of Energy is offering 11 million barrels of crude for sale from the nation's Strategic Petroleum Reserve ahead of sanctions on Iran that are expected to reduce global supplies of crude.
"Will Bruce Ohr, whose family received big money for helping to create the phony, dirty and discredited Dossier, ever be fired from the Jeff Sessions 'Justice' Department'?" the president wrote in a post on Twitter. "A total joke!"
One doctor holds most of the responsibility for creating a billion-dollar empire behind the importance of Vitamin D. He has also received hundreds of thousands of dollars from the vitamin D industry, The New York Times reports.
Cowen believes weak pre-orders for EA’s “Battlefield V” title is putting the company's financial guidance at risk.
Tesla's roller-coaster ride showed no sign of slowing on Monday as the stock kicked off the week on a low note. And according to Piper Jaffray's top technical analyst, there's more pain ahead.