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CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports on CH-Auto, a Chinese auto manufacturer that hopes to compete in China's fast-growing electric vehicles market.
Frank Troise from Leonteq Securities Singapore says U.S. large-cap managers are going overweight on consumer discretionary stocks.
The move would potentially let millions of Apple TV users watch the streaming N.F.L. games, The New York Times reports.
GE installed a wireless sensor network to detect and predict when volcanoes erupt, and is capturing the scientific trip on social media.
Fidel Castro thanked Cubans for their tributes to mark his 90th birthday, and the iconic leftist revolutionary also lambasted his old foe, the U.S.
The shipments for traveling homes are at the highest level in nearly 40 years. Michael Happe, Winnebago CEO, discusses the RV business, and shows us two Winnebago models outside the NYSE.
"The charge card is back," Jim Cramer said after Nordstrom, Kohl's and JC Penny's released their quarterly reports.
Lyft rejected General Motors' approach to buy the entire company, according to The Information. CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports the details.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan and Steve Liesman discuss the latest on retail earnings and sales.
About 50 percent of sales will be online in 2030, retail consultant Jan Kniffen predicts. And that's a big problem for retailers.
CNBC's Jane Wells reports on Burger King's interpretation of the Tex-Mex trend, the new "Whopperrito." The "Power Lunch" crew put their own taste buds to the test.
The government's retail sales number, after popping in June, was mysteriously flat in July – and some of that might be because of Amazon.
Players of "Pokémon Go" have spent more than $250 million on the addictive "augmented reality" mobile game in its first few weeks, the Financial Times reports.
Fox News names their new senior leadership team, CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports.
Fox News named Fox Television Stations CEO Jack Abernethy and Senior Executive Vice President Bill Shine to serve as co-presidents.
Jan Kniffen, J. Rogers Kniffen Worldwide Enterprises CEO, and Matt Boss, JPMorgan equity research analyst, share their take on the retail sector.