Sofia Pitt, NBR.com’s Posts

Trump says he’s taking the action “in light of China’s theft of intellectual property and technology and its other unfair trade practices.”

Comcast announced a $65 billion bid for Twenty-First Century Foxunits that are currently in an agreement to be acquired by Disney. The bid, announced Wednesday, represents a 19 percent premium to Disney’s offer. Comcast, the parent of CNBC, offered $35 a share in cash. Disney agreed in December to buy the majority of Fox for $52.4 billion in …

Traders said the odds for a hike in December, which would follow one likely in September, rose to 58 percent.

High-profile successful start-ups say attracting top talent has gotten easier. But For the average small business, finding great talent is still their No. 1 problem.

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Kim Jong Un has “indicated to me personally that he is prepared to denuclearize.”

The outcome of Trump-Kim talks could either help Chinese stocks or hurt European equities, CNBC finds using analytics tool Kensho.

Stocks opened lower on Friday, with tensions between the U.S. and key trade partners rising as the G-7 summit kicked off.

How Bourdain became a master storyteller with an adventurous appetite.

The second quarter is pointing towards some of the gaudy growth that President Donald Trump predicted when he was running for president. In its most recent forecast, the Atlanta Fed said the three-month period is tracking at a 4.6 percent gain.

The CDC found more than half of people who committed suicide did not have a known diagnosed mental health condition when they died.

Rising housing prices are causing a sharp jump in home equity, making homeowners wealthier. It is also bringing thousands of borrowers up from underwater on their mortgages.

This year has been fraught with volatility in the financial market. Now another factor could make markets even more volatile: elections around the globe.

Stocks rose on Wednesday as bank shares rallied on higher interest rates, while Boeing rose.

Drug prices fell more than 5 percent in the first quarter, a new analysis found. But what caused the decrease can actually increase costs for patients.

The jobs market has reached what should be some kind of inflection point: There are now more openings than there are workers.