Technology

Bitcoin tumbles below $10,000 and is now down 25% on the year

Bitcoin briefly fell Tuesday below the psychologically key $10,000 for the second time in a week.

Finance

With no recession red flags on horizon, 2018 will see strong US, global GDP growth: Strategist

A WisdomTree market analyst is optimistic, but there are risks investors need to be mindful of as we begin the year.

World

Hyperloop's first track location will be announced this year

Dirk Ahlborn also revealed that a passenger pod is on time to be complete by the summer.

World

Mnuchin vs. Fink — two heavy-hitters of finance are about to battle it out

The World Economic Forum in the snowy mountains of Davos will this year bring together two of the most eminent economic minds in the United States.

Finance

The 10 most expensive cars that just sold at auction

The largest classic car auction of the year just ended, with more than 2,600 cars selling for a combined $248 million.

United States

Trump's top 10 tweets during his first year in office

The president now has more than 47 million followers on Twitter.

World

Davos sees record attendance as CEOs want answers on geopolitics, KPMG says

Bill Thomas, chairman of KPMG International, said that's why Davos has record numbers this year.

Finance

Trump pledged to revive the coal industry, but little has changed one year into his first term

U.S. coal output and exports ticked up in President Trump's first year in office, but employment barely budged.

Technology

Amazon's automated grocery store will launch Monday after a year of false starts

After nearly a year's delay, Amazon Go is finally opening to the public on Monday.

Politics

Trump and tech have clashed on immigration, but the H-1B issue might bring them together

Tech companies continue to clash with the Trump administration over immigration policies one year after the inauguration, but they

Technology

Google CEO Sundar Pichai said he doesn't regret firing James Damore

Google CEO Sundar Pichai said that he doesn't regret firing James Damore, whose controversial memo leaked last year.

Technology

Amazon just hired a top Seattle doctor from Iora to add to its health group: Sources

Amazon held a secret meeting a year ago with creative thinkers focused on innovative models for delivering care.

Investing

Dow stock Boeing is up over 100% in one year, and some say the run isn't over

The stock's price action is making some market watchers hesitant about buying it at this juncture.

United States

This year's 'best' trades still deeply in the hole as crowd rushes in

Large-cap and growth stocks continue to beat small-caps and value, even though everyone thought the tide would turn this year.

Technology

Netflix could see a huge move on earnings next week

Netflix has been on a tear this year, and traders are expecting a big move when the company reports earnings Monday.

United States

Trump hasn't attacked drug prices like he promised during his first year in office

President Donald Trump has repeatedly condemned high drug prices, but hasn't done much to lower them one year in office.

United States

Rising mortgage rates could mean even fewer homes for sale this spring

The spring housing market is just around the corner and this year it will be more competitive than ever.

Politics

GOP Sen. Portman warns Democrats: Shutting down the government doesn't end well

The last shutdown in 2013 lopped about 0.3 percent off GDP that year.

United States

Trump throwing inauguration anniversary bash at Mar-a-Lago, and tickets start at $100,000 a pair

President Trump is throwing a party at his Mar-A-Lago resort to commemorate his first year in office.

Property

Mortgage rates on the rise in 2018

CNBC's Diana Olick takes a look at the breakout in mortgage rates this year and what it means for the Spring housing market.

World

Trump's approval rating is the lowest for any president one year into his term, NBC/WSJ poll says

Trump has only a 39 percent approval rating in the new NBC/Wall Street Journal poll, while 57 percent disapprove of his job.

World

A slew of marketing chiefs are off to Davos this year — and here’s why

Marketing execs from the likes of Microsoft and Unilever — as well as Davos regular Sir Martin Sorrell — will be attending WEF 2018.

World

US could topple Russia and Saudi Arabia as world's largest oil producer this year, IEA says

The U.S. is well-placed to overtake Saudi Arabia and Russia as the world's leading energy producer, according to IEA's latest report.

World

10-year Treasury yield jumps to its highest level since 2014

The yield on the U.S. 10-year Treasury jumped to its highest level since 2014 on Friday morning, underlining a wider move in bond markets caused by central banks moving away from financial crisis policies.

World

United is planning a swankier economy class on international flights

United is planning to roll out premium economy class later this year, following rivals Delta and American.

Energy

Crude oil sees 'pre-emptive' exuberance now, but there will be pullbacks

Vandana Hari of Vanda Insights says some of the "froth" in the crude oil market should ease later this year.

Energy

Keep an eye on geopolitics and supply outages in the oil market

Matt Smith of Clipper Data says geopolitical tensions and supply outages will have a bigger impact on the oil market this year.

Politics

The Dow's 31% gain during Trump's first year is the best since FDR

Donald Trump lifted the Dow Jones industrial average in his first year in office more than any other president since Franklin Roosevelt.

Investing

GE shares drop to 6-year low below $17

Shares of General Electric hit their lowest level since 2011 on Thursday, briefly breaking below $17.

World

Tom Lee, bitcoin's earliest and most bullish forecaster on Wall St, is even more positive after crash

The analyst predicts the digital currency will more than double this year to $25,000.

Property

Labor shortage and material costs worsened in 2017 under Trump

CNBC's Diana Olick reports on the impact for homebuilders under President Trump in his first year in office.

Finance

US housing starts down sharply on drop in single-family units

U.S. homebuilding fell more than expected in December, recording its biggest drop in just over a year.

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