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Wall Street analysts seem to be doubting Tesla's ability to hit its aggressive, new production target.
Fortune 100 companies are betting big that Pivotal can help companies build and update cloud-based software more quickly.
Tribune Publishing said on Wednesday its board unanimously rejected Gannett's unsolicited takeover offer.
Tesla met Wall Street's quarterly estimates and said it moved up its 500,000 unit build target by two years because of Model 3 demand.
Verizon pronounced its commitment to growing its media business through the AOL/go90s NewFront presentation.
Alphabet's YouTube is working on a paid subscription service that would offer customers a bundle of cable TV channels, according to reports.
Last year, Tesla delivered a record 50,000 vehicles, but failed to meet the volume expectations it had set earlier, Estimize reports.
The recall covers Rogues from the 2014 to 2016 model years. Nissan says there have been no incidents in the U.S.
To run the family business as a threesome took big adjustments for the Mouawad brothers but now they say there's no looking back.
The Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, Bob Dylan, The Who, Neil Young and Roger Waters will share a stage, thanks to Coachella producer Goldenvoice.
An obscure law from 1941 may force the Department of Defense to purchase sneakers from New Balance.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why he is watching VF Corp.
Grocery chain operator Fairway filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on Monday in a New York court.
McDonald's shares continued to climb Wednesday as they crossed a new milestone.
Time Warner reported a 2.5 percent rise in revenue, helped by higher subscription revenue at its Turner Broadcasting and Home Box Office networks.
Mike Hopkins discusses what is next for the company and for the future of streaming television with The New York Times.
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission has approved European telecoms group Altice's acquisition of U.S. cable company Cablevision Systems.
Takata will announce that it is more than doubling what is already the largest-ever U.S. auto safety recall, three sources said.
The company claims that if you want to reach millennials, you'll need their insights, which it says the rest of media doesn't exactly have.
A partnership between the carmaker and the Silicon Valley heavyweight could advance self-driving car technology.
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