Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey lost a disagreement with the board over exploring a sale of the company, according to Bloomberg.
General Motors Chairman & CEO Mary Barra discusses the automaker's sales figures and goals with CNBC's Brian Sullivan and Dan Gilbert, Quicken Loans founder.
James Albertine, Consunmer Edge Research Senior Analyst, discusses Tesla's record quarter of sales.
Tempur Sealy shares plunged more than 22 percent intraday Wednesday after the mattress maker handed in a disappointing full-year sales guidance.
At CNBC's Iconic conference in Boston, Boston Beer CEO Jim Koch reveals the crucial thing missing from Harvard Business School's lessons.
What is going to happen to Twitter? At a projected $18 billion price tag, the options can be tough to imagine. Recode reports.
The music streaming service has been struggling to compete against rivals such as Spotify and Apple Music.
Rhode Island Senator Jack Reed weighs in on the Wells Fargo accounts scandal and the upcoming Congressional hearing.
A CEO on the simple and effective tricks that took his fledgling company from zero to $2 billion in sales.
Nicla Di Palma, equity analyst at Brewin Dolphin, explains Primark's recent sales slump and the potential of its recent expansion into the U.S.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on last month's auto sales, which fell short of expectations.
Rebecca Lindland, Kelley Blue Book, shares her take on August's slow auto sales and Tesla's headwinds.
The firearms maker is expected to report a jump on both the top and bottom lines due to tighter gun control talks and a string of tragic shootings.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau looks ahead to August auto sales data with most automakers expecting negative year-over-year comparisons.
CNBC's Landon Dowdy looks ahead to U.S. auto sales data for August.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why he is watching Williams-Sonoma.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports on why existing home sales in July have dropped, live in Washington.
The smartphone game “Pokemon Go” is a hit with fans and as it rolls out across Asia, the game is having surprising impacts on businesses.
SEATTLE, Aug 17- Boeing Co is not experiencing any slippage in demand for jetliners in China, despite the country's sluggish pace of economic growth, a senior Boeing executive said on Wednesday. "We're not seeing any softness yet," Ihssane Mounir, Boeing's senior vice president of sales for Northeast Asia, said at a briefing marking the 50th 787 Dreamliner...
Chase Investment Counsel's Peter Tuz talks about consumer trends for U.S. retailers such as Target, Amazon and Lowe's.