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Elon Musk laid out a new "master plan" for broadening Tesla's vehicle product line and entering solar energy. But questions remain.
CNBC caught up with Biogen CEO George Scangos to discuss where he leaves the big biotech after six years at the helm.
Robots are eliminating job drudgery in hospitals, and they'll soon take on therapeutic roles to help people with autism, diabetes and Alzheimer's.
If Donald Trump's campaign is paying his company for the services of one of its writers, it did not report doing so in June.
Burgers and bacon have long been a match made in food heaven, but Carl's Jr. and Hardee's don't think you're getting enough bacon for your buck.
Retail analysts expect back-to-school spending to rise roughly 3 percent this year.
An analysis of a group of Obamacare insurers found that one-third made money on their plans in 2014. The rest booked losses.
Four of the top 5 sellers in prestige women's fragrance last year were created more than a decade earlier.
Donald Trump's campaign says it is raising more money now, but it will soon report how it is spending its cash.
Former Cruz supporter Rick Perry tells CNBC he's all in for Trump now to prevent Clinton from winning the White House.
Birkenstock has taken the dramatic step of pulling its products off Amazon.com after an uncontrollable rise in counterfeit selling.
Professional Golfer Bubba Watson displayed his experimental golf cart aircraft on CNBC's "Squawk Alley."
Oil price charts are following a familiar trend, but a 2015-style, second-half price collapse is unlikely, Citi's Ed Morse says.
U.S. insurers pay five times the cost of delivering a baby than do insurers in Spain, a study finds.
Hungry animals are increasingly replacing hand crews, tractors and mechanized weed mowers as a way to remove underbrush and reduce wildfire risk.
If the Republican National Convention gets out of hand, at least one Cleveland business could benefit.
Dana Brunetti, the president of Relativity Media and TV and film producer, gives his outlook on media stocks.
The snack industry is growing, but can snack food staples like chips and pretzels remain on top?
Brazil is notorious for its large concentration of hackers. Fears are mounting that there could be large-scale breaches at the Rio Olympics.
The 32-year-old billionaire shares his secrets on how to turn start-ups and breakthrough ideas into thriving businesses.