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Amazon and Google are working to become the Uber for handymen and capitalize on the growth of the on-demand services industry.
Glencore is moving ahead with a $10 billion debt reduction plan. CNBC’s Kate Kelly discusses the company’s future plans.
XL Group has created a venture capital initiative to focus on developing new insurance products. Mike McGavick, XL Group CEO, joins CNBC's Kelly Evans to discuss.
Marino Valensise, head of multi asset group at Baring Asset Management, explains why oil will be subject to high volatility in future months.
General Motors will save about $5.5 billion in the next three years in efficiencies in manufacturing, administration and purchasing.
Apple rakes in $513 on every sale of its large-screen version of the latest iPhone, retailing for more than three times what it costs to produce.
Robert "Bob" Peck, SunTrust Robinson Humphrey, discusses his stance on the leadership behind Twitter.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports on the pressure and cost of health care shipping, with John Menna of UPS.
A drone startup coming off a big win with the Federal Aviation Administration now has a fresh cash pile to put more planes in the air.
Predictive analytics will be the next phase of enterprise software, says David Elkington, CEO of InsideSales.com.
Toshiba's semiconductor and government-related businesses face issues such as a slowing global economy, says Pelham Smithers, head of Asian research, MD at Pelham Smithers Associates.
Dana Telsey, CEO & chief research officer at Telsey Advisory Group, discusses news that designer Ralph Lauren is stepping down as chief executive officer from the company that bears his name.
CNBC's Sara Eisen recaps the best from her interview with Brian Kelley, Keurig Green Mountain CEO, discussing big bets the company is making on cold drinks.
From Steve Cohen and the SEC to Sage Kelly's divorce, here are five epic Wall Street fights — and how they played out.
Carolyn Everson, Facebook SVP Global Marketing, gives an exclusive interview to CNBC's Julia Boorstin to discuss mobile video consumption and a business strategy to take on the TV ad market.
Known for its single serve hot coffee and tea pods, Keurig is now giving cold beverages a go. Brian Kelley, Keurig Green Mountain CEO, discusses with CNBC's Sara Eisen.
Jean-Claude Biver, Hublot chairman and Tag Heuer CEO, discusses partnering with Google and Intel for a smartwatch and the future of wearable tech.
Rodney McMullen, Kroger Company CEO, shares his outlook on consumer spending and discusses his business strategy and sales growth.
How lucrative is the social media market in India, and can Facebook truly expand into China? Arvind Bhatia, managing director at Sterne Agee, discusses.
Discussing China President Xi Jinping's visit to the U.S., and China building relationships with U.S. companies, with Jeff Richards, GGV Capital.