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White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders briefs reporters following the Senate's passage of a budget bill.
Tom Steyer, the former hedge-fund manager, calls President Trump a "clear and present danger."
GE's stock sinks after the company reports third-quarter earnings that fall far short of expectations.
Seth Klarman's Baupost started buying Puerto Rico's debt in 2015.
President Trump should visit the Korean DMZ and deliver a message that will resonate for years to come, says Jake Novak.
The AI Powered Equity ETF debuted this week. It's an actively managed fund that seeks to use AI to beat the market.
As the Dow climbs to all-time highs, one indicator shows the index is seeing one of its most overbought conditions since 1900.
Bitcoin surged 5 percent to a record high above $6,000 on high trading volume Friday.
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One week before Venezuela faces a critical debt payment, the distressed petrostate is a week late on a series of smaller bills.
General Electric reported third-quarter earnings that were barely half of what Wall Street expected.
Angela Ahrendts, Apple's SVP of retail, explains why the company wants you to think of its stores as "town squares."
Snap recently laid off 18 people in its recruiting division after cutting about a dozen jobs in hardware marketing.
New technology and flexible employers are allowing more work to be done remotely. Outsite believes it should happen in a cool environment.
Sea's holdings include online gaming service Garena, virtual payment app AirPay, and e-commerce marketplace Shopee.
Houston area sales rose 4 percent in September from the prior year, after plummeting nearly 24 percent in August.
Trump tied the U.K. crime report to his efforts to restrict travel from several predominantly Muslim countries.
House flipping requires fast access to money, and developers are willing to pay higher interest rates for it, N.Y. Times reports.
Drugmaker Merck & Co Inc will restructure its U.S. sales team, cutting 1,800 sales positions and adding 960 in c chronic care.