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Jack Ma says third technology revolution could mean a war is looming, but humans will always remain distinct from machines.
Farmers in the US and Brazil are in a race to meet demand for livestock feed as meat consumption in China soars, Financial Times reports.
CNBC's David Faber sat down with Alibaba founder Jack Ma to discuss globalization, artificial intelligence and how technology is changing the world economy. (The full interview)
Forecasters expect Tropical Storm Cindy to approach Louisiana and Texas soon. Travelers may want to start working on alternate plans.
Volvo is promising a "portfolio" of electric vehicles in a high-performance race with Tesla, Financial Times reports.
Travis Kalanick's exit from Uber leaves his successor with many controversies to manage, says Vox's Timothy B. Lee.
At Alibaba's Gateway 2017 conference in Detroit, CNBC's David Faber speaks with lifestyle and media maven Martha Stewart, Sequential Brands Group chief creative officer, about working with Alibaba to get into the Chinese marketplace and other places in the world.
It's online marketplace Etsy's second round of layoffs in two months.
Alibaba founder Jack Ma speaks with CNBC's David Faber on how technology and AI will change the traditional work week.
Mars is more than just chocolate. From pet food to chewing gum, Mars' CMO Andrew Clarke runs us through his branding strategy.
Tencent is competing for ad dollars with Google and Facebook, so what's its strategy? Tencent's marketing chief SY Lau reveals all.
Loop Capital explains why a competing bid for Whole Foods would have merit both defensively and offensively for Kroger.
Bill George, former Medtronic CEO, and Jeff Sonnenfeld, Yale School of Management, discuss Travis Kalanick's departure from Uber and what's next for the car hailing company.
Wal-Mart is reportedly warning some companies that if they want its business, they can't run applications on Amazon Web Services.
Citi Research lowers its rating on Target to neutral from buy, citing increasing competition from Amazon.
The "Squawk on the Street" news crew comments on a Goldman Sachs note citing Nike is considering selling products directly through Amazon.
Artificial intelligence will be painful, but it brings with it opportunities, Alibaba CEO Jack Ma tells CNBC.
IDC says smartwatches and smart clothing will help propel the wearable market growth.
Can we give this guy a few minutes of credit, asks "Squawk on the Street's" Jim Cramer discussing the resignation of Uber founder and CEO Travis Kalanick.
If you're using plastic to finance your getaway, you're racking up an average of $1,108 for a little rest and relaxation.