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Pacific Crest upgrades its rating on Expedia shares to overweight from sector weight.
Tom Stanton, Adtran CEO, discusses the changing landscape of delivering communication information.
Verizon, Dunkin' Brands and Tesla are making headlines on Wall Street this Thursday morning.
European commentators offer largely upbeat reactions to the performances by Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
Walgreens Boots Alliance reported a jump in quarterly profit and said it now expected its acquisition of Rite Aid Corp to close in early 2017.
EBay forecast revenue and profit for the crucial holiday season largely below estimates, sending its shares down 8 percent in extended trading.
Mattel reported better-than-expected quarterly revenue, driven by strong demand for its flagship Barbie and Fisher-Price brands.
Dunkin Brands posted lower-than-expected quarterly revenue on Thursday, hurt by a drop in franchise fees and fewer restaurant openings.
Tesla's has released a video showing the capabilities of its fully self-driving hardware.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on Tesla's self-driving hardware which will be available in all new cars including the Model 3 at a cost of $8,000.
Nestle's CEO Paul Bulcke, says that his company is seeing more vigor in the U.S. than in Europe, and that changing consumer habits are affecting his company.
Paul Bulcke, CEO of Nestle, says that deflation - particularly in Europe - means that pricing is not important to the organic growth of his company.
Is the full suite of products given to clients nearly enough when it comes to the insurance space? Aviva CFO, Tom Stoddard, weighs in with comment on technology and disruption.
Aviva CFO, Tom Stoddard talks about key events which have been on the minds of the insurance company, with specific comment on Brexit, technology and interest rates.
Kodak is set to release its second smartphone, but will it be picture perfect? Kodak CEO, Jeff Clarke outlines the new phone’s features.
Tesla doesn't just want to be a luxury electric vehicle company, it wants to be a leader in autonomous driving, says James Chao, MD at IHS Markit.