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Air France managers fled a meeting on Monday about mass job cuts after angry staff waving banners and flags stormed the room, according to Reuters journalists at the scene.
Fast food drive-thrus are getting slower, but they're also getting more accurate.
Amazon made the top 10 for the first on time on Interbrand's annual Best Global Brands report after being named number 15 last year.
After months of speculation, Twitter officially named Jack Dorsey its permanent CEO, removing any doubt about who's in charge.
The online money-raising craze is now becoming a trend in the hotel hospitality industry.
Potash Corp of Saskatchewan said it had withdrawn its $8.9 billion offer for German potash producer K+S, citing a decline in global commodity and equity markets and a lack of engagement by K+S management.
John Legere says he's angry at Experian, after the credit monitoring firm disclosed a massive data breach that exposed sensitive personal data of 15 million people who applied for service with T-Mobile.
Glencore shares skyrocketed as much as 72% on Monday in Hong Kong on hopes it would be able to cut debt with a sale of a stake in its agricultural assets.
American Apparel filed for bankruptcy protection early Monday, as the retailer struggles with huge debts, dropping sales and a legal battle with founder Dov Charney.
Trian, the $13 billion activist hedge fund run by Nelson Peltz, will later this morning unveil a roughly $2.5 billion investment in General Electric, according to people familiar with the fund's plans.
Kara Swisher, Re/code co-executive editor, joins the Squawk Alley panel to discuss topics including Twitter and their CEO report and Amazon.
McDonald's at some locations are offering all-day breakfast ahead of the national launch early next week.
David Tinsley, UK and European economist at UBS, discusses the future for the Bank of England and when it could raise rates.
Ahead of Portugal's elections, Miguel Frasquilho, President of Trade & Investment Agency, talks business and investment responses.
Charles Hecker, global research director at Control Risks, discusses the complicated military situation on the ground in Syria.
Richard Mallinson, geopolitical analyst at Energy Aspects, explains why more lower prices will help them in the long term.
Amazon and Google are working to become the Uber for handymen and capitalize on the growth of the on-demand services industry.
Dunkin' Brands estimated slower comparable sales growth at its U.S. Dunkin' Donuts stores for the third quarter and said it would close 100 stores in the country.
Moon Express rockets are closer to a planned lunar landing as space companies race to win the $60 million award from NASA and Google.
Glencore is moving ahead with a $10 billion debt reduction plan. CNBC’s Kate Kelly discusses the company’s future plans.