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Flannery also says Friday that "everything in the company has been up for examination."
Third Point's Dan Loeb expects the S&P 500 to lead global markets higher.
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Senators will now have to reconcile their budget resolution with a starkly different one passed by the House.
Former White House strategist Steve Bannon's attacks on GOP senators could endanger his own power, says The Hill's Brent Budowsky.
But Lee cautions that businesses still don't know the full consequences of President Trump's tax plan.
President Trump is trying to argue that Democrats, the Clintons, and the FBI are the real villains, Vox reports.
Apple shares have fallen more than 5 percent from its recent high, but one technician says investors shouldn't worry just yet.
Keep customers coming back by staying connected and maintaining a solid reputation.
Research into fasting as a regular part of diet could help in the fight against food-related diseases, including heart disease and diabetes.
GE's stock sinks after the company reports third-quarter earnings that fall far short of expectations.
Skechers shares soared in premarket trading Friday after the company posted third-quarter earnings that blew past analysts' estimates on record sales.
Ongoing North Korea tensions carry long-term consequences for the region, Singapore's prime minister told CNBC on Thursday.
Steve Adcock and his wife now travel full-time.
Existing home sales rose 0.7 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 5.39 million units last month.
Real estate development helped put the economy in a good place, but the demand's sustainability is questionable, Financial Times reports.
Daniel Loeb's Third Point added shares of industrial conglomerate Dover Corp. in the third quarter, CNBC has learned.
The IRS' new policy, which will bolster compliance with Obamacare, comes as the Trump administration takes actions to undercut the law.
While the CNBC Fed Survey says nearly half expect Trump to nominate Jay Powell, Wall Street thinks he should name Yellen.