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The system became available as a public beta, so intrepid iPhone and iPad owners can give feedback. The New York Times reports.
Facebook has unveiled a platform to bring the internet to the remotest parts of the world – and it can fit inside a shoebox.
Jay cruises with his personal icon, jazzman Herbie Hancock and then faces off with his old friend and rival, Tim Allen - in "his wife's car". Wednesday 9 & 10P ET/PT
Despite Chipotle's attempt to move on from a string of high-profile foodborne illness outbreaks, shares dipped on Thursday on talk of a new incident.
New data from the JPMorgan Chase Institute show that when Americans save on gasoline, they upgrade their gasoline.
Liberty Media’s John Malone was asked if he was interested in buying a stake in Paramount, reports CNBC’s Julia Boorstin.
Vice presidents were once laughing stocks. But these days, choosing a running mate is the most important decision of the campaign, says Joshua Spivak.
Some older cars aren't fit for the road. But are they fit for investing?
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on media giants gathering in Sun Valley, including comments by Casey Wasserman on the biggest challenge facing media giants, and Ron Meyer on NBCUniversal's acquisition of DreamWorks Animation.
Discussing Tesla's handling of its autopilot crash, with crisis management and PR veteran Eric Dezenhall, CEO of Dezenhall Resources. Dezenhall makes the case Steve Jobs violated almost every rule on crisis management.
Craig Hodges, Hodges Capital Management CEO, is positive on the U.S. market, and likes J.C. Penney on the retailer's turnaround strategy.
PepsiCo reported slightly better-than-expected quarterly revenue, helped by strong demand for Frito-Lay snacks and new beverages in North America.
Jay Leno gets behind the wheel of a monster truck.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration may not like these three cars, but that doesn't mean they don't appreciate. Find out which one is best investment.
Neil Campling, head of technology research at Northern Trust Capital Markets, looks at Samsung’s successful quarter, and how it is performing in China and against rivals like Apple.
Danone, the world's largest yogurt maker, is to buy WhiteWave Foods. Robert Waldschmidt, head of consumer research at Liberum, discusses the acquisition.