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Tesla Motors delivered 17,400 vehicles during the fourth quarter of 2015 and a total of 50,580 for the year, the company said on Sunday.
Fidelity said it is dropping American Express and Bank of America, ending a 12-year partnership that has generated billions of dollars in fees.
With U.S. stock futures pointing to a 300-plus-point drop in the Dow Jones industrial average, CNBC wants to know what has you most concerned.
Nearly half of Americans are angry, and no groups are angrier than whites and Republicans, according to a new online poll. NBC News reports.
"Star Wars: The Force Awakens" raked in an additional $88.3 million and topped the box office for a third week, according to studio estimates Sunday.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg said he had decided to build a smart machine to help with his day-to-day activities, reports the Financial Times.
In a sign of how relations with the west have deteriorated, a new appraisal names the US as one of the threats to Russia's national security.
Dairy farmers say consumers can expect a milk shortage, after winter storm Goliath killed more than 30,000 dairy cows.
With crude oil prices falling and supplies continuing to build, U.S. pump prices are lower than they've been in years.
In another sign that Carson's campaign is struggling, both his campaign manager and communications director resigned, reports NBC News.
The heat is on between a credit union catering to cannabis and the Federal Reserve, in a case heard by a Colorado court this week.
Come New Year’s Day, 14 states will have higher minimum wages. Now advocates are focused on pushing for $15 an hour in select states and cities.
Talking salaries may stir up feelings of uneasiness, but maneuvering your way to a higher pay grade could be quite simple if you follow these tips.
With the past as prologue, the idea that the Fed would surprise markets with a rate hike seems far-fetched.
Manufacturing still accounts for a big chunk of the U.S. economy and many are overlooking it, says Wells Fargo Securities' Mark Vitner.
AT&T, the only major U.S. carrier that still offers two-year contracts to subsidize new smartphone purchases, will soon stop offering the contracts.
While dozens have accused Bill Cosby misconduct, the case in which he is charged includes many accounts of what took place.
The number of Americans filing new claims for benefits jumped, although some of the rise might be attributed to temporary holiday factors.
A Dallas blog has accused Mast Brothers chocolate of dishonorable chocolate making. Inside a hipster marketing lesson in authenticity.
Cable and satellite TV providers will have a challenging year as they continue to lose customers to cheaper streaming video services.
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In an interview with CNBC, a Democratic education advocate urges the U.S. to tackle school reform to curb the income gap.
Berkshire held its annual shareholders meeting, as attendees listened closely to Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger.
Ghost pepper, habanero, jalapeno or bacon-laced: Pick your poison.
Highlights from the Berhshire Hathaway annual meeting featuring Warren Buffett and Bill Gates.
Commodities surge on a weak dollar. Time to bet against gold? With CNBC's Simon Hobbs and the Options Action traders.
Jim Cramer’s telling investors what to expect with this embattled stock.