CNBC's David Faber speaks with Kyle Bass, Hayman Capital Management managing partner, about his stake in General Motors and why he is still bullish on the beleaguered automaker. The public policy aspect is so difficult to contextualize and understand, Bass says.
The "Squawk on the Street" news team discuss the soda market and break down Coca Cola's quarterly operating earnings which fell in line with Wall Street estimates.
Coca-Cola reported better-than-expected quarterly revenue, as strong sales in China more than offset a drop in Europe and flat volumes in North America.
The Guardian US and Washington Post were awarded the Pulitzer prize for coverage of secret surveillance by the U.S. National Security Agency.
Martin Sorrell, WPP CEO, discusses how Google, Buzzfeed and other companies are disrupting the advertising business.
A high school senior from Jackson Hole, Wyo., founded a wholesome underwear company called Yellowberry, which is getting a boost from Kickstarter.
T-Mobile CEO John Legere is starting a crusade against penalties charged to customers when exceeding data limits, NBC reports.
NBA basketball superstar Shaquille O'Neal reveals how Magic Johnson influenced his business empire and discusses his new Shaquille O'Neal Collection of men's wear.
Discussing how recalls are impacting the auto sector and potentially scaring off new car buyers, with Lauren Fix, The Car Coach automotive expert, and Eric Ibara Kelley Blue Book senior analyst.
Discussing retail sales posting their biggest gain in a year and a half, with CNBC contributor Jan Kniffen and CNBC's Courtney Reagan.
Relativity Media has offered up to $1.1 billion to buy Maker Studios, whose shareholders are scheduled to vote Tuesday on a bid by Disney.
It's now-or-never when it comes to whether pent-up demand can help the struggling retail sector, a J.C. Penney board member told CNBC on Monday.
General Motors announced on Monday that its heads of human resources and communications are leaving the company "to pursue other interests."
After being fined more than $9.8 billion in the last three years, Wal-Mart is speaking out against the Chinese government, according to a report.
The peer-to-peer home rental company hopes to start collecting New York hotel taxes by July 1.
Former Saks chairman & CEO Steve Sadove, discusses the pressure on the retail sector and the confidence of the consumer.
Priceline Group president and CEO Darren Huston, discusses the global business of Priceline and the company's plans for international growth.
Dissecting the underlying strength of the economy, and what a 1.1 percent rise in March retail sales says about the effectiveness of the Fed's monetary policy, with Krishna Guha, ISI vice chairman.
CNBC's Rick Santelli reports March "very firm" retail sales were better than expectations.
A high-flying executive managed to dodge paying the full fare on his daily commute for five years and paid back £43,000 ($72,000) he owed.