After a dismal week for retail earnings, Dana Telsey, CEO of Telsey Advisory Group, says consumers are spending money on experiences, not things. » Read More
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Tribune Publishing rejected Gannett's takeover bid and announced a $70 million investment from Dr. Patrick Soon-Shiong, Nant Capital founder.
Carl's Jr. and Hardee's are known for their limited-time-only burger concoctions, but these items aren't the only ways to drive traffic.
Silicon Valley venture capitalist Peter Thiel backed Hulk Hogan's legal case against Gawker Media, according to reports.
Bomb alerts on two separate flights force officials to screen the planes for any danger.
The Las Vegas casino magnate is proposing an extravagant water paradise in drought-stricken Nevada.
Microsoft is making further cuts to what is left of its ailing smartphone business, as sales of the devices continue to fade.
Are investors right to be losing patience with Marks & Spencer, considering its latest earnings? Tony Shiret, senior food and retail analyst at Haitong, discusses the market reaction.
Automakers had been under severe pressure to improve vehicle performance while staying keeping costs low, explains Frost & Sullivan's Vivek Vaidya.
Helen Weir, CFO of Marks & Spencer, says she expects the retailer's profit margins to improve, though not at the same rate as in past years, and talks about the group's business strategy.
Eric Schmidt, executive chairman of Alphabet, says he disagrees with European regulators over competition issues.
Aman Resorts CEO Olivier Jolivet tells CNBC that it is important to preserve the Aman brand, and not become too commercial.
Softbank's robot "companion," Pepper, is about to get its very first human experience: working at Pizza Hut.
Rob Katz, CEO of Vail Resorts, says the Australia Perisher business has been strong, while the U.S. business has seen fewer visitors because of the strong dollar.
Tech firms and automakers have noticed that personal transportation systems are changing and they want in, explains Karl Brauer from Kelley Blue Book.
The German carmaker’s investment, comes months after General Motors injected $500 million into US ride-hailing app Lyft, the FT reports.
Companies are investing in this to leverage their products exposure on social media.
Jay's back with a monster of a new season. It's bigger. Faster. Louder. Jay Leno's Garage premieres Wednesday, June 15 at 10P ET/PT.
This summer, Jay Leno returns to CNBC. And he's bringing along a few friends. Jay Leno's Garage premieres Wednesday, June 15 at 10P ET/PT.