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Trump urged to push ahead with trillion-dollar infrastructure plans by global finance execs

A major new spending plan for buildings, roads and power supplies should be the number one priority for the U.S. administration this year, according to a new CNBC survey of global finance chiefs.


Expansion is on the cards for Petronas Lubricants

The company's global ambitions may require new fund raising in the next few years, says Giuseppe D'Arrigo of Petronas Lubricants International.


House spending bill restores funding for West Coast earthquake warning system

A West Coast earthquake early warning system gets restored funding in the House's new spending bill approved Thursday.


Trump campaign fundraises off Mueller's Russia probe: 'We cannot let the swamp get away with using our government as a weapon to overturn elections'

A new fundraising email from the Trump campaign claims Special Counsel Robert Mueller will "overturn" Trump's election


JP Morgan said to examine spin-off of its blockchain project to win wider adoption

A spin-off highlights the difficulties Wall Street firms often have getting rivals to adopt new technologies they create in-house


Facebook users respond to data scandal

CNBC goes to Times Square in New York City to see what Facebook users think about the service after the data scandal.


Larry Kudlow won't be a 'thorn in the president's side' on tariffs, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross says

Kudlow, Trump's new top economic advisor, has supported free trade policies for decades.


Commerce secretary: We expect some retaliation from new China tariffs but it won't be the ‘end of the earth’

Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross says he doesn't think there will be a trade war with China.


Trump signs new tariffs on China for intellectual property

CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports on President Trump announcing new trade tariffs against China.


States could help future retirees get more cash from Social Security

Based on projected account balances in 2050, 39 percent of workers in such auto-enrollment strategies would have balances large enough to let them delay claiming Social Security by at least one year, new research shows.