Hillary Clinton invited wealthy business figures Mark Cuban and Meg Whitman to Wednesday's third presidential debate.
Hedge fund billionaire David Tepper tells CNBC that a "fairly bad choice" of presidential candidates is "affecting things."
Hillary Clinton's tech plans will do nothing to help resolve the big issues tech companies would like the next administration tackle, says investor.
"I had to put country before party," the CEO of Hewlett Packard Enterprise tells CNBC.
Hewlett Packard CEO Meg Whitman weighs in on how their strategy is "very different from Dell".
Hewlett-Packard Enterprise will spin off a big chunk of its business software line-up in an $8.8 billion deal with Micro Focus International.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise plans to spin off and merge its non-core software assets with Micro Focus, sources told CNBC.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise is in talks to sell its software division, hoping it can fetch between $8 billion and $10 billion.
Short of a miracle, Trump does not have a viable path to winning the presidential election. He should quit now, says this former Reagan official.
David Nierenberg has been voting Republican since 1980. But he just can't stomach Donald Trump. He's voting for Hillary Clinton.
A small but growing number of Republican business leaders have crossed party lines to support Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign.
All the high-ranking GOPers defecting from the Trump camp need to get over themselves and realize what's going on in the party, says Jake Novak.
CNBC’s John Harwood discusses the turmoil in the Trump campaign and how Hewlett Packard Enterprise CEO Meg Whitman is throwing her support behind Hillary Clinton.
The Hewlett Packard Enterprise CEO says she can't support 'demagogue' Donald Trump.
The "Worldwide Exchange" crew discuss the morning's top attention-grabbing headlines, including an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal about politics as well as Meg Whitman's Facebook endorsement of Hillary Clinton
The Hewlett Packard CEO said Trump's "uninformed" positions on key issues made it clear he lacks the "sound judgement" needed as a President.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise bounced after a report that some of its assets may be an acquisition target for private equity firms.
The idea that Thiel is speaking for Silicon Valley as its ultimate insider is all wrong. Recode reports.
The chief executive of Hewlett-Packard Enterprise criticizes Donald Trump at a GOP retreat.
Both Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Computer Sciences will benefit greatly from their new deal, HPE CEO Meg Whitman says.