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After a wild week at the White House, weakened stock market hopes for no Fed bombshells

Stocks are technically weakened, and traders are hoping to get past the Fed's Jackson Hole symposium at the end of the week without any new bombshells.


Americans must demand Congress work with Trump: Former McDonald's CEO

"All of our citizens better wake up and get smart fast because this country is tearing itself apart," former McDonald's CEO Ed Rensi told CNBC.


Fall bargains

Back to school isn’t just for kids. And the bargains aren’t just on school supplies. The fall shopping season is loaded with discounts on categories that might surprise you. Money Magazine’s Adam Auriemma has tips on what to get and where to find some of the best deals of the year.


With Bannon gone, one issue could get the White House back on message, says former Bush aide

Focus on a single policy could get reluctant Republicans back on Trump's side, Sara Fagen says.


Trump must offer mea culpa to get tax reform, infrastructure done: Fmr. Dem. Congressman

Former Rep. Patrick Murphy (D-Fla.) discusses the likelihood of Trump getting tax reform and infrastructure done this year.


As US stocks get slammed, these markets are primed for growth

As U.S. stocks swoon, emerging markets, and one in particular, are gaining strength, says BNP Paribas' Marcelo Carvalho.


For Uber, a quiet investor becomes a sudden thorn

Benchmark investor Bill Gurley was worried he did not get the full results of an internal Uber study, The New York Times reports.

Source: The New York Times

More than half of employers won't hire someone they can't find online

Think you need to purge your social media to get the job? Think again.


Here’s how to recoup the cost of a college degree in 2.6 years or less

If you make the right choice, you can get a great return on your investment.


How to use the ‘wrinkle method’ to get people to respond to your emails

Do this instead of writing cookie-cutter messages.