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The Super Bowl ads you will remember

Advertisers spent a record $5.2 million on each 30-second ad during the 2019 Super Bowl -- or around $175,000 per second. But are they getting their money's worth? Part of the answer depends on whether the commercials resonate with consumers. The most memorable spots of the night are ones for brands like Budweiser and Bumble that do not just peddle produ

GM to start laying off 4,000 salaried workers on Monday

Layoffs for about 4,000 salaried staff at General Motors are due to start Monday -- a previously announced move that comes just as President Donald Trump prepares to trumpet American manufacturing at next week's State of the Union address.

Warren, Gillibrand and Sanders enter 2019 with cash edge

Sens. Elizabeth Warren, Kirsten Gillibrand and Bernie Sanders enter 2019 with a significant initial cash advantage over other Democrats running or thinking about running for president in 2020, according to new reports filed with the Federal Election Commission.

Hiring boomed in January

The US economy added 304,000 jobs in January, a surprisingly strong month of hiring as employers continue to bring in new workers.

Trump aims for a 'very big deal' with China

President Donald Trump was bullish Thursday as another round of trade talks between the US and China concluded, saying a sweeping agreement was possible that includes his demands for Beijing to change its economic policies.