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The Justice Department's suit against AT&T's merger with Time Warner is not likely to have a broader impact on the stock market.
A nonpartisan group said the Senate plan would leave half of taxpayers facing higher levies by 2027.
Pay close attention to surprise moves from vendors and Amazon's move into private label.
Further investigation into allegations against Trump are not warranted, said the White House, because "people spoke very loud and clear" by electing him.
Corporate debt is equal to nearly half of U.S. GDP, and while not a problem now, a slump in the economy could turn it into a worry.
The net neutrality rules prevent internet service providers from meddling with the speed and accessibility of digital content.
Airbnb's head of public policy is asking Marriott to explain taxpayer subsidies.
Next year will likely bring lower returns and perhaps a "pause" for the stock market, Wharton School professor Jeremy Siegel told CNBC.
Southern cities have the highest odds of winning Amazon's new headquarters, data from America's Top States for Business shows.
The accounts range from Rose putting his hands on their legs without permission to Rose walking around naked in front of them.
More Indians support military rule — a potential indicator that nationalist politics are evolving in the world's largest democracy.
The report comes after a fight with activist investor, Engaged Capital.
The Trump administration asked the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday to allow President Donald Trump's latest travel ban to take full effect.
Aiming for a more substantial presence in the U.S., Mahindra's president supported dismissed concerns about withdrawal from NAFTA.
The Department of Justice is suing to block AT&T's $85 billion deal to buy Time Warner, AT&T said in a release.
Fed Chair Janet Yellen announced Monday that she will leave the Federal Reserve after he successor is sworn in.
China wants to reduce debt, with growth in the risky shadow banking sector slowing this year. But, the credit is just moving elsewhere.
In an exclusive interview with CNBC, the legendary Vanguard founder forecasts what's next for the global investment market.
Jim Cramer gave investors his key takeaways from an interview with Liberty Media's John Malone that rocked his "whole investment world."