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President Donald Trump made the comments to reporters outside the White House
Pixar chief creative officer John Lasseter will be taking a six-month sabbatical after several "missteps."
Anti-pollution regulations may drive freight companies to adopt electric trucks at a faster pace than car buyers purchase electric cars.
Strategas analyst Dan Clifton says AT&T appears to have failed in its lobbying efforts for Time Warner, and other deals could suffer the same fate.
JPMorgan is looking at allowing its clients to trade bitcoin futures, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
Conyers said he "expressly and vehemently denied the allegations made against me."
After weeks of relative silence, President Donald Trump on Tuesday weighed in on the allegations of against the Alabama Republican Senate candidate.
Despite monster gains from "FANG" stocks, another group of tech stocks is still outperforming.
Jaron Lanier says the ad-based business model is driving many of the problems with the internet.
The amended Senate GOP tax bill would reduce federal revenues by an estimated $1.3 trillion to $1.5 trillion over a decade.
The influential OMB director’s door is open to corporate and conservative interests, ProPublica reports.
Read this before you buy a 4K TV this Black Friday.
Currently, more than 127,000 Americans are dying annually from drugs, alcohol and suicide — 350 such deaths per day.
CBS fired journalist Charlie Rose amid allegations of sexual misconduct.
Delta is allowing free upgrades for premium travelers to its Delta One cabin, but only on the day of departure.
If the Santa rally doesn't happen this year, Art Hogan suggests you may want to blame Washington.
ProPublica was allowed to buy rental ads on Facebook and request they were not show to African-Americans, Spanish speakers and other groups.
There may be concern about the tax plan's impact on housing, but Richard Kovacevich says it is mainly the rich who will feel the pain.
Wall Street's big fear is that the bond market is signaling the next economic downturn, but BlackRock's Rick Rieder says that's not so.