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Congress is speeding toward a budget plan that, to permit tax cuts, lets the government collect $1.5-trillion less revenue for the next 10 years.
John Hancock says it is the first U.S. life insurer to offer the Apple Watch as part of its policies.
Amazon said on Monday that it received 238 proposals from cities who are trying to attract the company's second headquarters.
Using Estimize, CNBC found that Microsoft, Alphabet, Twitter and Amazon are all expected to beat expectations.
The Fed will continue to hike interest rates and run down its massive balance sheet no matter who comes chair, a portfolio manager says.
Myeshia Johnson says President Trump's phone call "upset" her and made her "cry."
Starting in November Amazon customers can order take-out from local restaurants directly through the Amazon app.
Saudi billionaire investor Prince Alwaleed bin Talal tells CNBC that bitcoin will implode one day.
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Morgan Stanley and UBS reduced their ratings for General Electric shares due to concerns about dividend cuts at its Nov. 13 analyst meeting.
CNN launches a "Facts First" campaign in response to criticism from the White House.
Scoring a job at the company is no easy feat.
The new procedures use more precise, satellite-based navigation that saves time, increases the number of planes airports can service, and reduces fuel burn and emissions.
President Donald Trump tweets there will be no change to a popular retirement savings plan under the new GOP tax bill.
News comes as online artisan Etsy attempts a turnaround amid activist pressure.
Vast warehouses are being built, fueling a demand for lower-skilled workers and reviving areas that once relied on manufacturing, N.Y. Times reports.
Heitkamp rebuts Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin's assertion that it is "very hard" not to chop taxes for the wealthy.
Former Medtronic CEO Bill George says to fix Obamacare we must address the root problem with American health care.
Citi Research reiterates its sell rating for AMD shares, predicting the chipmaker will lose sales to Intel's new "Coffee Lake" line of processors.