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  • Mitsubishi Motors

    Mitsubishi's confession isn't surprising given most auto players are racing to improve fuel efficiency, warns James Chao, Managing Director, Asia-Pacific at IHS Automotive.

  • Queen Elizabeth II is turning 90 and when it comes to royal occasions, the royal family is renowned for its festivities.

  • First on CNBC : Ten Network CEO

    Fine-tuning the company's programming has resulted in higher ratings and a 8.1 percent rise in first-half revenues, says Paul Anderson, CEO of Ten Network.

  • Japan Autos

    Mitsubishi will now have to rely on the group company for financial support, warns Peter Boardman, managing director at Tradewinds.

  • Driverless technology hits the road in China

    CNBC's Eunice Yoon takes a ride in a driverless car in China as the technology gains traction.

  • Mitsubishi

    Mitsubishi falsifying fuel data will hit its brand but the fallout is limited, says J.D. Power and Associates's global automotive practice GM, John Humphrey.

  • Yum Brands Q1

    Morningstar's consumer equity research strategist, R.J. Hottovy, discusses Yum Brands' future as it plans to spin off its China business.

  • United Continental airline

    United Continental reported first-quarter earnings that topped analyst estimates, sending its shares higher in after-hours trade.

  • Gordon Bethune, former CEO of Continental Airlines

    After United Continental added two new directors to its board, former Continental CEO Gordon Bethune says he isn't needed.

  • Bill George on VW: This is the price you pay...

    Bill George, CNBC Contributor and former Medtronic Chairman & CEO, discusses Volkswagen's compensation agreement with the U.S. government over the diesel emissions scandal.

  • Netflix should be worried about Amazon: TechnoBuffalo

    Jonathan Rettinger, Technobuffalo President, reviews Netflix earnings with the Closing Bell panel.

  • Volkswagen, US agree on compensation: Report

    According to a report, Volkswagen has agreed to a settlement with the U.S. government which would allow them to pay each affected customer $5,000, with CNBC's Phil LeBeau.

  • 'Top notch' execs on UAL board: Bethune

    United is revamping its board, and switching its Chairman. Insight to the board changes, with Gordon Bethune, former Continental Airlines Chairman and CEO.

  • Boeing drops after downgrade

    Boeing shares are lower after a downgrade by Bank of America, with the FMHR traders.

  • Viacom up nearly 3%

    Dish CEO Charlie Ergen thinks a Viacom deal can get done, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.

  • Altimeter CEO on United: Collaboration led to terrific outcome

    United has resolved the proxy contest with PAR and Altimeter. Altimeter Capital Management founder and CEO Brad Gerstner, provides insight to the significant changes on United's board.

  • Nut's On Clark store at Chicago O'Hare Airport.

    Herbert Kenney, whose store sold Chicagoans nuts and popcorn for more than 30 years, was 90, the Chicago Sun-Times reported.

  • A polling station in Brooklyn is open for voting in the presidential primary for the state of New York April 19, 2016.

    The candidates spent nearly $10 million on advertising before the New York primaries. Here's the breakdown.

  • Gumball Rally... road trip for the super rich

    CNBC's Robert Frank takes a look at one of the most expensive races in the world where more than 200 rich guys take their race cars on a transcontinental journey.

  • Coca Cola beats on top and bottom line

    Mark Swartzberg, Stifel Nicolaus analyst breaks down Coca-Cola's quarterly numbers and provides his outlook on the company.