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Dawn Chmielewski, Re/Code senior editor, weighs in on Apple and the future of its product pipeline.
Here's why the new products Apple launched are encouraging for future growth, says Michael Yoshikami.
The comments followed a meeting of Gulf Arab oil ministers with Qatar's emir in Doha, at which a Venezuelan proposal for an OPEC and non- OPEC summit was discussed. Oil prices have more than halved since summer last year on an oversupplied market as well as a decision by OPEC to defend market share and discourage competing supply sources, rather than cut its output...
Staples launches its new 3D printing platform so that customers can submit designs on its website.
Fiat Chrysler recalls more than 1 million Ram pickup trucks due to steering wheel wiring defect.
Segate Technology cuts 1,050 jobs worldwide as part of its restructuring program.
Mondelez is changing its growth strategy as consumers demand healthier options.
Uber lost its latest legal battle over their drivers' employment status in California.
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway buys 3.51 million shares of Phillips 66.
Al Bentley, founder and CEO at Simply Wall St, explains how his business helps investors understand the stock market.
Erik Prince, chairman of Frontier Services Group, says Africa continues to show significant growth, particularly in the consumer sectors.
Apple holds its fall product launch today; event will be live-streamed.
Disappointing clinical results for GSK-Theravance respiratory treatment.
Instagram beefing up ad offerings to monetize its 300-million monthly users.
Macy's to close 35 to 40 stores; partner with Best Buy.
Nigel Pearson, global head of cyber and crime products at Allianz, explains why there’s a long way to go before cyber insurance market truly takes off.
Rich Lesser, president & CEO of Boston Consulting Group (BCG), says the actions taken by Beijing over the past six months underscored the government's commitment to economic reform.
Aaron Kessler, Raymond James, weighs in on the IRS ruling regarding Yahoo and Alibaba and explains his price target.
CNBC's Kate Kelly surprised Wall Street with a new plan to stabilize its balance sheet, which includes suspending its dividend until further notice.
Disney aims to conquer all screens with new partnerships.