Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.» Read More
U.S. stock index futures ticked lower on Tuesday, following European and Asian shares downwards after weak trade data fueled growth concerns about China.
Twitter and Snapchat said Tuesday they were reducing their workforce.
CBS chief Les Moonves, along with fellow media moguls Barry Diller and David Zaslav, talked on CNBC about the future of television in an Internet world.
Johnson & Johnson delivered earnings that topped expectations on Tuesday, but the strong dollar hurt revenue.
"The question was asked — please tell us which targets should not be attacked by us. No answer received!" Vladimir Putin tells CNBC.
Morale among German analysts and investors plummeted in October as the diesel emissions scandal and weakness in emerging markets took their toll.
Prices for goods and services bought by households in Britain fell 0.1 percent in September from the same period last year.
The world's two biggest beer brewers edged one step closer to a takeover deal with an announcement that they have agreed to a "pact in principle."
China's trade slump extended into September, with U.S. dollar-denominated exports slipping 3.7 percent and imports plunging 20.4 percent.
Asian shares outside China slid deeper into the red on Tuesday, after trade figures added to concerns over China's economy.
"We're creating an unbelievable powerhouse of an enterprise company," Michael Dell tells CNBC.
A Southwest Airlines representative told CNBC that a glitch has been "stabilized" on Monday morning.
British economist awarded for work in analysis of consumption, poverty, and welfare.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Equity markets in China got a boost from comments out of the country's central bank that the country's market correction is "almost over."
U.S. stocks closed higher, wrapping up a solid week of gains, as investors digested indications on the timing of a rate hike ahead of earnings.
The layoffs at Twitter would come after co-founder Jack Dorsey was named permanent CEO on Monday. Re/code reports.
Crude prices swung back and forth in choppy trade on Friday as traders closed positions at the end of a week that saw prices rally.
The EMC-Dell deal could come as soon as early next week, the sources said. Dell would maintain control of VMWare in the transaction.
Chicago Fed President Charles Evans noted that he favors a later liftoff from near-zero interest rates than other Fed voters.