Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said Thursday the U.S. is "miles and miles" from a trade deal with China."Frankly, that shouldn't be too surprising," Ross said in a "Squawk Box" interview. The U.S. and China have "lots and lots of...
Workers affected by the government shutdown should seek loans to pay their bills and financial institutions should make credit available, U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said Thursday as employees were poised to miss their second paycheck.In an interview on...
The market sell-off on Christmas Eve shouldn't be ignored by regulators, a former attorney for the Securities and Exchange Commission told CNBC on Thursday.Dec. 24, 2018, was the worst Christmas Eve trading day ever for U.S. equities, with the...
Robots aren't replacing everyone, but a quarter of U.S. jobs will be severely disrupted as artificial intelligence accelerates the automation of existing work, according to a new Brookings Institution report.Thursday's report from the Washington think tank says roughly 36...
NEW YORK — Diplomatic relations between U.S. and Venezuela have hit a new low over President Donald Trump's decision to recognize the leader of the South American country's opposition as its legitimate president. But the two countries have long...
Federal Reserve officials are nearing a decision on when to end the reduction of the bonds the central bank is holding on its balance sheet, a key consideration for investors watching how far the central bank will go in...
The colossal disarray over the British government’s plans to leave the European Union comes at an awkward moment for global financial markets.How can anyone in New York hope to make sense of the mess in London when the government...
Stocks ended higher Friday as President Donald Trump announced that he had reached a continuing resolution with Congress to reopen the U.S. government. The temporary deal will fund the government for three weeks, until Feb. 15.The Dow gained 183...
Chevrolet built 22,229 Corvettes in 1964—8,304 coupes and 13,925 roadsters. Even after accounting for over a half a century's worth of losses to collision, theft, and attrition, there are still plenty left today to satisfy restorers and customizers alike....
It all starts somewhere; the long, winding road leading you into automotive high performance. One of the truly magical decades to grow up in certainly had to have been the '60s for countless reasons. Dragstrips were packed with the...