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Retailer that’s having its worst year ever may have just found a bottom

The worst may soon be over for one beaten-down retailer, according to a portfolio manager.

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Warren Buffett and Bill Gates once revealed the best business decisions they ever made

Billionaires Warren Buffett and Bill Gates recalled their best business decisions in a panel discussion at the University of Washington's business school.

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Trump calls Hillary Clinton the 'worst' loser ever, after she says he's 'disgraced' the office

The president's insults on Twitter followed two interviews Friday in which Clinton took on Trump and the Republicans.

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Couple making $100,000: We 'don't expect to ever retire'

"I expect to work until I'm dead," says Kansas resident Theresa Sahhar.

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Da Vinci painting sells for $450 million, buyer unknown

CNBC's Robert Frank reports on who may have been the buyer of the Da Vinci work Salvator Mundi, which broke records for the most expensive work of art ever sold.

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Charleston mansion and penthouse expected to break real estate records

A $19.5 million mansion and a $16.5 million penthouse could become the most expensive ever sold in Charleston, South Carolina.

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Should GE put ex-CEO Jack Welch on the board to help fix things? Cramer says it's not a bad idea

"Jack's got more business sense than ever," Jim Cramer says.

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Boeing receives the largest ever single-aisle jet order from the Middle East

Boeing and Flydubai have struck a deal worth $27 billion, representing the largest-ever single-aisle jet order from a Middle East airline.

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Charleston mansion expected to break real estate records

A $19.5 million mansion could become the most expensive ever sold in Charleston, South Carolina.

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3 ways to decide if a company is a good fit—before you accept an offer

Candidates have more choice and bargaining power than ever.

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