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Trump's war on regulation has big tradeoffs


President Trump has been killing off or delaying hundreds of regulations in an extraordinary and historic pace to advance his pro-business agenda. But his mission to deregulate comes with some costly tradeoffs, consumer advocates warn.

Top CEOs' awkward relationship with Trump

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The nation's best-known executives were willing to meet with the president. But they have long been wary.

Neo-Nazi website's return via Russian help proves short-lived

White supremacist and neo-Nazi website The Daily Stormer found a temporary refuge on the Russian Internet, after U.S. providers canceled its registrations.

Trump dissolves business councils


After many CEOs dropped out over the president's response to violence in Charlottesville, Trump is ending his Manufacturing Jobs Initiative and Strategic and Policy Forum.

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The fall of Trump's business councils


President Trump's two business councils were already on shaky ground. On Wednesday, both fell apart.


Man misidentified as Charlottesville driver plans to sue


The family's flight from their home capped off a feverish attempt by right-wing sleuths to discover the culprit behind the Charlottesville attack.


For CEO President, business panels' collapse is a stunning rebuke

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The collapse of President Trump's business councils this week signifies a stunning and unprecedented rebuke to a president who prides himself on being business friendly.


What CEOs are saying about Trump


CEOs walked away from Trump one after another in wake of his remarks on Charlottesville.

'March on Google' is off, organizers say

Rallies were slated to happen in at least nine major US cities on Saturday in protest of Google for firing James Damore.

Administration to pay key Obamacare subsidy in August


The Trump administration has agreed to pay insurers a key Obamacare subsidy this month, the White House announced Tuesday.

Trump's business councils collapse after remarks

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Trump said on Twitter on Wednesday that he was disbanding both groups.


How companies are cashing in on the solar eclipse


U.S. businesses across the country want to cash in on the upcoming total solar eclipse with unique merchandise.

How Corporate America responded to the violence in Charlottesville


Corporate America is denouncing the violent, racist Charlottesville rally in unequivocal terms.


More CEOs under pressure to resign Trump council


On Wednesday, a number of New York activist groups plan to deliver petitions with 400,000 signatures to the headquarters of both companies. They want CEOs Stephen Schwarzman and Jamie Dimon to cut ties with the White House.


Racial justice group to Pepsi CEO: Dump Trump now

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Indra Nooyi, the CEO of Pepsi and one of the most powerful women and minorities in business, is being aggressively pressured by a racial justice group to quit President Trump's advisory council.

UK unemployment at a 42-year low

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The number of Brits in work is at a record high, but many won't be celebrating.


Trump's business panels collapse


Trump said on Twitter on Wednesday that he was disbanding both groups.


'Game of Thrones' suffers another leak

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'Game of Thrones' has suffered its second confirmed leak of season seven. Sunday's episode was released early in Spain, Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland.


Trump vs. Amazon: The businessman president?

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Donald Trump fashions himself as a CEO president. But he's feuding with one of America's most famous, most respected and wealthiest business leaders -- Amazon's Jeff Bezos -- mainly because the company is so successful.

Tearful Van Jones on Trump: 'I'm just hurt'


A tearful Van Jones speaks with CNN's Anderson Cooper about President Trump's recent comments regarding the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Wednesday, Aug 16

China is America's biggest creditor once again

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America again owes more money to China than any other nation.

Intel CEO: Let's turn 'tragedy into action'


Intel released its mid-year diversity report, with CEO Brian Kraznick fast-tracking the company's goal of achieving full representation.

AFL-CIO chief leaves Trump's manufacturing council after president's latest remarks


The head of the AFL-CIO has stepped down from the White House's manufacturing council after President Trump doubled down on his position that violence in Charlottesville was perpetrated by many sides at a press conference Tuesday.

Wells Fargo names female chairman, a first for a top U.S. bank


Scandal-ridden Wells Fargo shook up its board of directors on Tuesday by naming Elizabeth Duke the first female chairman of a top U.S. bank.

Tuesday, Aug 15

The CEOs who quit Trump's business councils


At the beginning of his presidency, major CEOs seemed eager to join Trump's multiple business and economic advisory boards. Here are a few who have since jumped ship.

Warren Buffett dumped all his GE stock

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Warren Buffett dropped all his remaining shares of General Electric in the spring.

CEOs turn against Trump

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While other CEOs have condemned racism after the weekend's white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, only two had left the council as of Monday night.

will.i.am: Trump is a hammer


"Trump is a hammer...we need a screwdriver". will.i.am says Donald Trump isn't offering true leadership when it comes to race

Monday, Aug 14

Trump administration vs. Chinese trade: Explained

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Wondering what's going on with Chinese trade? We've got you covered.

SpaceX launches supercomputer to ISS

When the Falcon 9 rocket blasts off on Monday, one of the items on board will be a supercomputer built by Hewlett Packard Enterprise.

Wall Street has biggest rally in 4 months

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U.S. stocks climbed sharply on Monday as Wall Street's fears about the North Korea nuclear crisis faded.

Study: Trump immigration plan to cost 4.6M jobs


President Trump is endorsing an immigration plan that will hurt job growth and the U.S. economy overall, according to two recent studies.

Sunday, Aug 13

Trump's team to begin NAFTA talks this week

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The Trump administration officially begins renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement, or NAFTA, this week. A new deal was one of President Trump's core campaign promises.

Press is still struggling to interpret Trump?


Veteran White House correspondent Ann Compton asks: "Is it possible that we're still struggling with how to interpret President Trump's words?" Diplomacy, she says, "has a language of its own," and Trump's rhetoric puts "a special burden…

Health care is one of the U.S.'s biggest problems: polls


Americans feel health care is one of the nation's biggest problems, according to new polls from CNN and Gallup.

Trump, Murdoch met after Scaramucci exit

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A day after the abrupt exit of White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci, President Trump dined with a communications whiz: Rupert Murdoch.

Saturday, Aug 12

Fired engineer: Google tried to shame me

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James Damore, the Google engineer fired after writing a controversial 3,300-word memo on diversity, is questioning why Google pushed him out when it did.