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Walmart on Tuesday announced a series of initiatives to beef up its health and wellness offerings, at a time when low-price competitor Target also has the segment in its crosshairs.
The company behind Cafe Coffee Day, India's biggest coffee chain, will launch an initial public offering next week, aiming to raise up to $176 million in the country's biggest IPO in nearly three years.
Following the Model X unveiling event, several Tesla Wall Street analysts are increasingly worried about the company's ability to meet forecasts.
Jay Leno, "Jay Leno's Garage," shares his thoughts on the late night talk show landscape.
Jay Leno, "Jay Leno's Garage," discusses his new television show which premieres tonight on CNBC at 10p ET/PT.
Volkswagen, the carmaker accused of falsifying emissions data, may not seem like a widows and orphans stock. Yet UBS just issued a buy rating on its shares.
Richard Hyman, retail analyst at RAH Advisory Ltd, expects more disappointing Tesco figures, as it continues to lose market share to cheaper supermarkets.
Andrew Holland, European and U.S. beverage research analyst at Societe Generale, explains why stakeholders want SABMiller to keep AB InBev's offer on the table.
Bruno Monteyne, senior analyst of European Food Retail at Sanford C. Bernstein, says Tesco is on track for a ROI margin of 2 percent.
Vivek Vaidya, vice president of automotive at Frost & Sullivan, says Volkswagen's emissions scandal costs are hard to estimate because costs will vary from country to country.
Samsung shares surged on Wednesday after the South Korean technology giant's third quarter earnings guidance blew past expectations.
Social media users were out in full force on Tuesday tweeting photos and commenting on McDonald's launch of all-day breakfast.
Wedbush Securities analyst Nick Setyan, and Stock Market Mentor President Dan Fitzpatrick, debate whether all-day breakfast has the power to save McDonald's.
Pepsi's new product pays homage to the Back to the Future franchise. But it will set you back a pretty penny.
The United Auto Workers warned Fiat Chrysler the group was prepared to strike, which could amount to a weekly loss of $1.2 billion, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
Wal-Mart on Tuesday announced a series of initiatives to beef up its health and wellness offerings.
The new results highlight Amazon's increased success in making its name synonymous with online shopping in the U.S, Re/code reports.
40% of couples who got married in 2014 spent $10,000 or less, according to a study that tracks wedding trends. USA Today reports.
The notice was sent five days after the UAW rejected a four-year contract deal with the automaker.
The major restaurant companies are expected to report generally higher third-quarter earnings, although there could be some disappointments.