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It's not up to the airlines whether passengers should be allowed to keep their devices on during takeoffs and landings, said Doug Parker, who will be CEO of the merged American Airlines.
As Boeing works to regain permission for its 787 Dreamliner to resume flights, the company faces what could be a costly new challenge: a temporary ban on some of the long-distance, trans-ocean journeys that the jet was intended to fly.
Ludwig Willisch, president & CEO of BMW North America, weighs in on the BMW Gran Turismo which goes on sale in the U.S. this fall.
Belgian chocolate makers believe their renowned pralines should have similar protection to that enjoyed by French champagne or Italy's Parma ham.
Some traders are betting big that talk of a turnaround at Blackberry is over-hyped.
CBS announced on Tuesday it is buying a 50 percent stake in TV Guide Network from One Equity Partners, entering into a joint venture with Lionsgate to run the basic cable channel and website. The deal is small, but it has potentially big implications for CBS.
Wal-Mart Stores announced on Tuesday it will begin testing a new in-store locker system that will allow a customer to select an item online, ship it for free to a locker at her local store, and pick it up at her convenience.
Orbitz Worldwide CEO Barney Harford discusses how his company is positioned as airline stocks soar, and the economy improves. "We've seen substantial diversification of our international business over the last 4-5 years," he says.
In the midst of two retail turnaround attempts, Best Buy stock has nearly doubled while J.C. Penney's stock has crumbled. But only one company seems to be showing turnaround progress, analysts told CNBC.
For a fraction of the cost of buying a supercar, laymen drivers can drive a Ferrari on a closed course for a few laps. This experience is sold by businesses and manufacturers, and even though it’s over quickly, it’s exhilarating and unforgettable.
CNBC's Brian Shactman and the "Street Signs" crew discuss news Tiger Woods' resurgence back to #1, which has also pushed golf's TV ratings higher. Some predict it will help the Nike brand, as well.
U.S. soda consumption fell last year for the eighth-straight year, dipping to levels not seen since the Clinton administration, according to new beverage statistics.
CheapAir.com released the first-ever app allowing users to search for flights by simply speaking their request into an iPhone or iPad.
The battle over a minimum-wage increase has begun, and small employers on both sides have entered the debate.
Just browsing? That'll cost you at some retailers. These fees are the latest company tactic in the fights against counterfeiting and "showrooming."
Here's one sign of a global housing recovery: Every month seems to bring a new "world's most expensive" listing or sale. This month's offering is the penthouse of the Tour Odeon in Monaco.
Andy Dunn, Bonobos co-founder & CEO, explains how his "bagless" shopping experience could become a model for the way customers shop in the future.
While Best Buy is bouncing back, JP Penney is not. Anthony Chukumba, BB&T Capital Markets; and Rick Snyder, Maxim Group, discuss what JCP needs to make a turnaround.
Facebook shares are down 20 percent since hitting a six-month high in January partly on concerns Facebook ads have shifted from social to "spammy."
Christophe Georges, President & COO of Bentley Motors, provides a preview of the new luxury automobile and announces the company's plans to introduce an SUV model in the near future.
To the creative, go the spoils. Hoping to boost sales, restaurants are launching a slew of innovative items.
From waffle tacos to doughnut-bacon-and-egg sandwiches, restaurants pull out all the stops to capture your taste buds.
Restaurant owners are worried that a tough new drunk driving law may hurt their business.