The new Wanda City theme park in Nanchang is unlikely to be successful given the high amount of dead theme parks around the mainland, warns Francis Lun, CEO at Gun Securities. » Read More
Even if Reddit is able to ink deals with big-name advertisers, another scandal or Gamergate could send advertisers running.
Puma CEO, Bjørn Gulden talks to CNBC about the sportswear group's latest results, celebrity collaborations and what areas the company wants to gain momentum in.
Out of wine? This mobile startup will deliver European wines to your doorstep in under an hour, says Thilo Fuchs, co-founder and CIO of BottlesXO.
DUFL founder and CEO Bill Rinehard explains how the firm manages clients' wardrobe, including sending clothes to their travel destinations.
Dunkin' Donuts' CEO joined CNBC to discuss the company's current and future plans.
The Fast Money traders discuss Ford and General Motors in their auto themed top trades segment.
Twitter and Medium co-founder Biz Stone is hoping to put a social spin on search, and take on one of the world’s largest companies in the process.
Facebook shares are far from cheap, but after a gangbusters earnings report, there may be a case for getting in now.
The free-spending e-commerce giant posted its fourth straight quarterly profit, boosted by a 28 percent rise in sales.
Nigel Travis, Chairman and CEO of Dunkin' Brands, talks about the company's quarterly earnings, its breakfast strategy and customer loyalty program.
Rather than build the cars itself, Alphabet is interested in selling companies its autonomous car technology, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Chipotle's food safety issues are having an influence on diners moving away from artificial ingredients to clean food menus, like those offered at Panera Bread.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau looks at the push for electric vehicles in China and the challenges for charging in the city.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports the latest news on the deal for Dreamworks Animation by Comcast.
Priceline has more to worry about than having to oust its CEO over a "personal relationship" with an employee, says BreakingViews columnist Rob Cox.
The Cleveland Cavaliers offer the best deal for performance-adjusted ticket value, according to an analysis of ticket prices and betting odds.
Officials ticketed the supercar after leaving the vehicle parked for five minutes.
A new analysis shows Americans could pocket as much as $6.2 billion a week if they rent out spare bedrooms.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on the high expectations for growth in electric cars in China.
The competitive environment of on-demand internet video is indicative of the growing opportunities in this space, says Netflix CEO Reed Hastings.