Alan Clarke, CEO of SABMiller, comments on full-year earnings and says that most markets are growing except the U.S. core market which remains under pressure.» Read More
CNBC's Julia Boorstin with a preview on what to expect in the entertainment business in Q2.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau looks ahead to what the second quarter is likely to hold for automakers.
The menus offered to children by most U.S. restaurant chains have too many calories, too much salt or fat, and often not a hint of vegetables or fruit, according to a new study.
Steven A. Cohen is known for his rapid-fire trading style at his hedge fund SAC Capital Advisors. He seems to be taking a similar approach with recent purchases. The NY Times reports.
The U.S. government wants more say in network equipment purchases as a condition to approve the $20 billion takeover of Sprint Nextel by Japanese mobile carrier Softbank , the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter.
Thomas Doll, President & COO at Subaru of America, explains how his company aims to sustain sales growth in the U.S. after four consecutive years of record sales.
On Wednesday shares of PVH slipped lower to about flat on year. What gives?
The IPO of Pinnacle Foods priced at $20 a share, at the high end of the range. One trader said the stock could pop on its debut Thursday amid expectations of a "hefty dividend."
Just a day after Facebook shares hit a low for the year, they rebounded on Wednesday. Here's why.
Order a bowl of turkey chili at a St. Louis-area Panera Bread cafe, and it'll cost you a penny. Or $5. Or $100. In other words, whatever you decide.
The Internet attacks are becoming increasingly powerful, and experts worry that soon people may not be able to reach basic Internet services, NYT reports.
Technical analyst JC O'Hara sees bullish signals on Wal-Mart's stock charts, but fundamental analyst Jeff Kilburg thinks Amazon.com's shares will be victorious. (3:15)
Mercedes will offer a "significant" drop in the entry-level prices of its AMG brand, Mercedes-Benz USA President Steve Cannon told CNBC on Wednesday.
One restaurant is calling out patrons for not showing up to reservations, with the "Street Signs" crew.
JC Penney is embracing a new sales tactic, and Google has selected 8,000 people to test its glasses, making them pay $1,500 and fly to New York, Los Angeles, or San Francisco to get their hands on them. CNBC's Cindy Perman and Bob Pisani discuss.
Road warriors rejoice! InterContinental Hotels Group will offer free Wi-Fi to all its loyalty program members in 2014, a perk more travelers demand.
"Taxes are going to kill spending!," they cried. "Don't punish the rich!" Well, the rich have spoken and guess what? They're still spending.
Airfares at American Airlines won't rise because of its merger with US Airways, Doug Parker, who'll be the chief executive of the combined carrier, told CNBC.
Jonathan Browning, Volkswagen of America CEO, shares insight on the company's plans for diesel vehicles, including sport wagons.
Richard Solomons, CEO of Intercontinental Hotels Group, now rewards its members with free WiFi. Solomons explains why the technology is such a draw.
Lowe's and Target are just two of the big retailers reporting results this week.
Despite the selloff of Best Buy shares Tuesday, there are early positive signs the turnaround efforts are working.
To the creative, go the spoils. Hoping to boost sales, restaurants are launching a slew of innovative items.