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General Electric reported third-quarter earnings that were barely half of what Wall Street expected.
The cryptocurrency traded at $5,986.37 as of 11:27 a.m. and was 74 cents shy of reaching $6,000 according to CoinDesk.
Tom Steyer, the former hedge-fund manager, calls President Trump a "clear and present danger."
Flannery also tells CNBC that "everything in the company has been up for examination."
President Trump should visit the Korean DMZ and deliver a message that will resonate for years to come, says Jake Novak.
Wells Fargo is accused of forcing borrowers to buy unneeded auto insurance when they took out a car loan, N.Y. Times reports.
The AI Powered Equity ETF debuted this week. It's an actively managed fund that seeks to use AI to beat the market.
Trump tied the U.K. crime report to his efforts to restrict travel from several predominantly Muslim countries.
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Research into fasting as a regular part of diet could help in the fight against food-related diseases, including heart disease and diabetes.
General Electric's quarterly earnings report is not a reflection of new CEO John Flannery, Jim Cramer says.
Senators will now have to reconcile their budget resolution with a starkly different one passed by the House.
CNBC has the brand new Amazon Echo in house. Here's a quick look at it.
Some are more affordable than you think.
Questions about whether GE should reduce its 4.07 percent dividend yield arose after the company reported disappointing quarterly earnings.
Facebook has had success limiting the number of ads appearing on mobile, while brands are looking at Instagram for entertainment ads.
Former White House strategist Steve Bannon's attacks on GOP senators could endanger his own power, says The Hill's Brent Budowsky.
To Trump supporters, it is the critics and reporters who are distorting reality, taking Trump's statements out of context, USA Today reports.
President Trump is trying to argue that Democrats, the Clintons, and the FBI are the real villains, Vox reports.