PepsiCo has pulled out of sponsorship deal with the scandal-plagued annual Indian Premier League, the FT reports.
Despite weak earnings, consumer discretionary presents opportunities, technician Ari Wald said.
Here's a look at new technology geared for consumers looking for convenience. Already, some—like Apple Pay and Uber—have changed society.
So far the earnings season has been lackluster, and some high-profile warnings have already given investors pause.
Jim Cramer arms investors with the inside mindset of how hedge funds and mutual funds will play this market slowdown.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
The "Halftime Report" traders give their trades ahead of next week's earnings.
If you are a long-term investor, then you should not be discouraged by Wal-Mart's guidance announcement, an analyst said Thursday.
Trader Andrew Keene explains why weak technicals and bearish options activity could mean the next leg lower for retail.
Some analysts found the explanation hard to believe, while others wondered if was sounding the alarm on a new trend for subscribers.
Millennials will make up almost 50 percent of the workforce by 2020, find out how companies are attracting young employees.
The United States' chief technology officer, Megan Smith, took the stage at one of the largest gatherings of women in technology.
Netflix's U.S. streaming biz has always gotten the focus, but analysts say the media firm's global expansion is starting to become more of a factor.
Uber is reaching out to small businesses and launching an on-demand delivery platform, powered by its courier service UberRUSH.
Wal-Mart's tech investment has improved operations, but now it must drive sales growth, Geoff Lewis said.
Residents of Democratic states tend to shop differently from their Republican neighbors. Data from NPD Checkout Tracking show how these habits vary.
Well-known value investor Bill Miller tells CNBC the nation's biggest airlines and e-commerce giant Amazon are greatly misunderstood.
Regulators should understand that some people enjoy work in the sharing economy, an Internet company advocate said on Tuesday.
CBS chief Les Moonves, along with fellow media moguls Barry Diller and David Zaslav, talked on CNBC about the future of television in an Internet world.
The semiconductors sector may be nearly 8 percent lower this year, but a bright spot for investors in this space could be Intel.