The Giant Panda is no longer an endangered species.
Shares of the company slide on Tuesday after announcing it will suspend quarterly dividends.
Lennar, Chesapeake and SeaWorld are making headlines this Tuesday morning before the opening bell.
Kristina Guerrero, TurboPUP founder and CEO, discusses her innovations the pet food industry with her meal replacement bars and snacks for dogs.
Almost 70 percent of dog-owners think about their pets' comfort when shopping for cars, according to Autotrader.
SPCA's Fiona Woodhouse talks to CNBC about how Hong Kong's society is becoming more open to adopting dogs instead of buying them.
Scientists are worried human interaction may be depriving the nocturnal creatures of needed rest.
African Wildlife Foundation's Patrick Bergin talks about the need to balance economic growth with conservation in Africa.
A fast-growing wildfire triggered evacuation orders for more than 82,000 California residents, NBC News reports.
Researchers say hunting and selling the fish may help prevent potentially harmful effects on the habitat and wildlife.
Zoetis rose 3 percent on Wednesday after the global animal-health company beat the Street's expectations.
Demonstrators are fighting against the chain after 35 workers were arrested on illegal immigration charges.
English Bulldogs are a quintessentially British breed said to symbolize the country’s tenacious spirit. But the dogs are so inbred that new blood may be the only way to return them to health, scientists warned on Friday.
The Group of 20 meeting may have had the spotlight in Chengdu, China, but the city's perennial stars are its giant pandas.
The family will not be pursuing a lawsuit against the resort to focus on the foundation created to keep their son's spirit alive.
Landowners and the state are relying on hungry animals to lower the risk of wildfires.
The parents of a child killed by an alligator at a Disney resort this June issued a statement saying they will not sue the company.
In the 10 years since NBA star Yao Ming promised to stop eating shark's fin soup, attitudes have changed. But perhaps not enough.
CNBC's Matthew Taylor reports on the Clever Buoy, a smart device used for shark detection through sonar technologies and shark-recognition software.
CNBC hits the streets of Hong Kong to find out some people's perception of shark fins as a luxury food. The answers may surprise you.