The riverfront estate of the late tech entrepreneur James V. Kimsey comes with two homes, one designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
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Blue trees, a checkerboard stairway and a cloud mural are just some of the decorative details in Michelle-Marie Heinemann’s highly elaborate property.
The collapse of a planned U.S.-North Korea summit gives China greater sway over diplomatic efforts to defuse tensions on the Korean Peninsula.
As hedge funds scour the globe for weak spots in what have been mainly placid markets, Italy is becoming a prime target.
Foot Locker Inc. reported total revenue as well as sales from stores opened more than a year were both better than expected.
President Donald Trump struck a more optimistic note after North Korea said it remained willing to meet with him despite his decision to scrap plans for a June 12 summit with Kim Jong Un.
President Donald Trump’s use of a national security law to threaten tariffs on imported cars drew widespread criticism, including sharp rebukes from senior members of his own Republican Party.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles said it is recalling nearly five million vehicles in the U.S. to fix a flaw that prevents drivers from slowing down by canceling the cruise control function.
President Nicolás Maduro, fresh off his victory in an election derided as farce by the U.S. and other countries, moved up his inauguration by eight months and was sworn in Thursday for a second, six-year term.
Matthew Greenburgh was an adviser on mergers that left some banks short of cash when crisis hit.
An erosion of public trust in institutions could threaten the independence of central banks and requires greater transparency from policy makers following the 2008 financial crisis, Fed Chairman Jerome Powell said.
The Education Department announced a new process to help people who sought to have their student loans forgiven for performing public service but unknowingly enrolled in repayment plans that disqualified them.