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Bitcoin briefly fell Tuesday below the psychologically key $10,000 for the second time in a week.
A daily look at the morning's key financial stories.
When a New York City designer finds himself in over $56,000 debt, millionaire investor Marcus Lemonis offers some advice to turn his career around.
Ray Dalio shares his market views on CNBC Tuesday from the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
Wall Street is gushing over the online streaming giant's dominance after it crushes subscriber expectations.
Badoo, the majority owner of dating app Bumble, which requires women to make the first move, is for sale. It's seeking $1.5 billion.
Entrepreneur Grant Cardone has a plan.
Leuthold Group’s Jim Paulsen is bracing for a 15 percent pullback.
A WisdomTree market analyst is optimistic, but there are risks investors need to be mindful of as we begin the year.
Names on the move ahead of the open.
Hawaii's governor didn't know his Twitter password, delaying the "all clear."
The Nasdaq is assessing how to offer crypto-currency futures in a way that none of its competitors does, its president told CNBC.
President Trump's policies, including tax cuts, will provide a big boost to U.S. growth, Blackstone co-founder Steve Schwarzman says.
JPMorgan Chase to increase wages, hire more and open new branches as part of a $20 billion investment following the overhaul of the U.S. tax code.
Dirk Ahlborn also revealed that a passenger pod is on time to be complete by the summer.
GE can't get out of its own way. According to one chart watcher, investors should expect more pain.
Coinbase has encountered an unusual problem for a Silicon Valley startup: Too many investors are trying to get in.
The tax-code changes have made the US a more attractive business destination to overseas companies, BofA's CEO says.
Verizon is dissecting the recent U.S. tax overhaul.