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Insurance companies Chubb and Metlife joined car rental company Enterprise and the First National Bank of Omaha in ending NRA partnerships.
Want to know where stocks are going next? Jeffrey Gundlach says take a look at bitcoin.
Trump suggested that the U.S. could go to a "phase 2" which would be a "rough thing" if sanctions fail.
Instacart discovered a bug that affected some of their users' ability to waive service fees and some shoppers' ability to receive tips.
The evidence is mounting that the Kremlin knew in advance about an attack on U.S. troops in Syria, says Jake Novak.
Nordstrom hopes to seal a deal to take the company private before it reports earnings next Thursday, sources told CNBC.
The national debate on gun use could put a spotlight on insurance for self-defense incidents.
Goldman's "Hedge Fund VIP" list is outperforming the S&P 500 so far this year.
Bitmain likely took in the same operating profits as chipmaker Nvidia did last year, Bernstein analysts estimate.
Shkreli will be sentenced March 9 on for three federal crimes related to hedge funds he ran, and a drug company he founded.
Citigroup will issue $335 million to customers after failing to reduce interest charges on some 1.75 million credit card accounts.
The Trump administration's infrastructure plan would come up short by more than $1 trillion, according to a new analysis.
Cryptocurrencies pose a competitive threat to Bank of America's business, the company said in an SEC filing Thursday.
DoubleLine's Jeffrey Gundlach shares his market views on CNBC's "Halftime Report."
“Artificial intelligence doesn’t scare me at all,” says the Apple co-founder.
Rio Tinto CEO Jean-Sebastien Jacques says the company is ready to invest in U.S. infrastructure.
Intel's rivals and biggest customers are scrambling to dominate the augmented reality platform over the next few years.
Federal Reserve policy makers believe financial asset prices are "elevated."
President Trump extended funding for Puerto Rico to help remove debris and provide emergency protections following last year's storms.