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Bitcoin hits new record high, breaking $8,000 for the first time

Bitcoin hit a fresh all-time high Sunday above the $8,000 mark after a wild week for the cryptocurrency.

Source: CNBC.com

'Justice League' faces a steep climb to $1 billion as middling reviews dash $100M-plus opening hopes

Weak reviews and a so-so Thursday night box office haul could make it hard for "Justice League" to hit the $1 billion mark.

Source: CNBC.com

Higher education students may face crippling tax hike with proposed GOP tax bill

Diane Swonk, CEO DS Economics, discusses GOP tax changes that could hit college students and workers.

Source: CNBC.com

Two bills in Congress could impact Google and Facebook ad sales

Of two bills that could crimp ad growth for Facebook and Google, the lower-profile will hit first and could hurt more

Source: CNBC.com

State licensing requirements burden low-income workers with training and fees, study says

Today, 1 in 4 Americans needs a license to work. Some workers say they're being hit by overbearing licensing requirements.

Source: CNBC.com

India finance minister: Bank recap plan will focus on loans for small firms

India's small and medium-sized enterprises have been worst hit by the country's credit problems, says Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley.

Source: CNBC.com

As shares hit record highs, Wall Street suddenly thinks Wal-Mart is 'playing offense' against Amazon

Wall Street suddenly thinks Wal-Mart is 'playing offense' against Amazon thanks to a big earnings beat and online sales.

Source: CNBC.com

Stocks hit session highs as House passes tax bill

CNBC's Bob Pisani reports the effect of the House tax bill vote on the markets.

Source: CNBC.com

Thanksgiving travel AAA: US weekend to be busiest since 2005

Experts predict that Americans will hit the road in near-record numbers over the Thanksgiving weekend despite higher gasoline prices, USA Today reports.

Source: USA Today

Morgan Stanley CEO: 'We've hit the peak of bank regulations'

Markets can expect gradual, pragmatic changes to eight years of regulation, said James Gorman, chairman and CEO at Morgan Stanley.

Source: CNBC.com