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Anthony Gardner, former U.S. ambassador to the European Union, talk about the U.S. and its relationship with trade partners. » Read More
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WideOpenWest CEO Steven Cochran discusses his company's IPO and competition in the cable TV and internet provider space.
David Zalik of credit start-up GreenSky went to college and founded his first company at 14. His tips on success through decades.
A new group, Tech for Campaigns, is pairing tech-savvy volunteers with Democratic candidates across the country. Recode Reports.
Uber's chief of human resources, Liane Hornsey, tells USA TODAY a 200-session listening tour of the company after allegations of pervasive sexism found employees concerned about pay and performance reviews, but not sexual harassment.USA Today Reports.
Tanium is raising $100 million for early investors at a valuation of $3.75 billion, slightly ahead of where it was two years ago.
Malaysian carmaker Proton has finally landed a foreign partner in Chinese automaker Zhejiang Geely Holding.
Demonstrators took to the streets of Brussels to protest Trump's arrival in the city he previously likened to a "hellhole."
U.S. network provider LeoSat, who uses satellites to transit data, shares how it plans to beat competitors who rely on fiber optics.
HP CEO Dion Weisler called it a "breakthrough quarter."
Marc Benioff, Salesforce CEO, and Michael Dell discuss their strategic agreement for cloud computing.
Soupman sells soup and licenses franchises inspired by the famous Manhattan shop that Al Yeganeh opened in 1984, N.Y. Times reports.
While Trump's plan has been criticized as dated, in some ways it couldn't be timed better for robot companies like Sarcos and tech companies like Microsoft.
Dan Loeb's Third Point is stepping up its pressure on Dow-Dupont.
Steve Cannon, AMB Group CEO and former Mercedes-Benz USA CEO, discusses the state of the the auto sector and innovations in the space.
A deal between the three could be reached within about a month, sources told the Wall Street Journal.
In one of the biggest data breaches to hit a U.S. retailer, Target had reported that hackers stole data from up to 40 million credit and debit cards.
Chief executive Evan Spiegel "refused to accept" that there was a growth problem, The Information reported.
Google's hope is that offline purchase data will confirm that the ads you see online do, in fact, influence what you buy in real life. ExtremeTech Reports.
Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff discusses the health of the housing market and real estate as the latest read on existing home sales disappoints.
Intuit Chairman & CEO Brad Smith discusses the Quickbooks software's success for helping those in the gig economy, how tax reform will affect his business and what challenges this past tax season held for the company.
Guy Look, CFO of Sa Sa International, explains why Hong Kong's tourism market is losing global competitiveness.
Richard Peretz, CFO of UPS, discusses the international considerations of doing business in the light of the current political rhetoric on trade, as well as the company's push to continue to be the preferred shipper for e-commerce.
Results from CNBC's CFO Council Survey show 66.7 percent of chief financial officers thought Donald Trump would win the Republican nomination for president.
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