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Republican branding problems and stances on social issues could keep this group from turning out.
CNBC compiled a list of the most bizarre explanations companies have offered when things don't go as planned.
U.S. union United Auto Workers' leaders on Friday approved a tentative four-year contract with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV
Columbia Sportswear is shooting to once again double its revenues — this time to $4 billion — in half the time.
Toyota's trucks are popular in developing countries—apparently even with the terror group ISIS, USA Today reports.
Kerry Trainor, Vimeo CEO, discusses Vimeo's expansion into originals.
U.S. CEO Michael Horn conceded that the $7.3 billion Volkswagen has set aside so far to pay for the scandal may not be enough.
Wal-Mart said Chief Financial Officer Charles Holley would retire on Dec. 31, and named Walmart International CFO Brett Biggs as his successor.
Jim Stewart of the New York Times, discusses the leadership skills of various top executive at Hewlett-Packard, including Carly Fiorina and Leo Apotheker.
Castrol achieved a breakthrough in engine-lubrication design that makes it easy to change the oil in a vehicle in as little as 90 seconds,
CNBC returns to visit a California organic farmer whose dream to grow special pumpkins is bearing fruit, and weirdness.
VW is not alone in promoting a corporate culture of cheating. Here's how the industry needs to change, Daron Gifford.
Tesla Motors' shareholders should take a strong look at Barclays' downgrade of the stock, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
Mercedes-Benz, Honda, Mazda and Mitsubishi's diesel cars are more polluting than allowed under current limits, according to the Guardian.
The single-serve coffee business shows at-home carbonated device sales could boom as competition ramps up, Sodastream CEO Daniel Birnbaum said.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why he thinks Barclay's downgrade of Tesla is more negative than people realize.
Cards Against Humanity’s expansion “Science Pack” has raised over $570,000 for The Science Ambassador Scholarship, a scholarship for women scientists.
Advertisers are looking for multicultural shows to reach mainstream and minority audiences, which are growing in purchasing power.
The lines and pixels of the bar code actually contain a trove of passenger information that could be exploited, USA Today reports.
Cheap tickets set the ultra-low-cost carriers apart, but for many travelers, the new discounters take the aggravation to another level.