Tribune Media, one of the largest U.S. television station operators, said on Tuesday that activist investor Starboard Value had taken a 6.6 percent stake in the company. » Read More
Lovers of Italian olive oil are in for some sticker shock this year, with prices due to jump by as much as 20 percent. » Read More
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Uber CEO Travis Kalanick apologized in an all-hands meeting at the company's San Francisco headquarters that employees who participated described as "honest, raw, and emotional." » Read More
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President Trump took to Twitter to give his take on the unrest seen at town hall events across the U.S., citing "so-called angry crowds." » Read More
Sierra Nevada says the glass shard could break loose and fall into the bottle.
Carl Weinberg, chief economist and managing director at High Frequency Economics, talks about the U.K. and U.S.’ future relationship.
Brian Klaas, fellow in comparative politics at London School of Economics, talks about Donald Trump’s “America First” policy and what this means for business.
An attempted robbery at a mall in San Antonio has left a bystander killed and six others injured, NBC News reports.
CNBC's Jon Fortt sat down with T-Mobile USA CEO John Legere to talk pushing boundaries to connect with customers.
United was just one of several U.S. airlines to experience disruptions due to glitches last year.
The New England Patriots beat the Pittsburgh Steelers 36-17 on Sunday to set up a Super Bowl clash against the high-scoring Atlanta Falcons.
Israel's prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has announced plans to visit Washington in early February.
Tax reform "is not a given" and may not live up to its hype even if it does, Morgan Stanley said.
Yordano Ventura and Andy Marte died in two different traffic accidents, authorities in the Dominican Republic told the Associated Press.
The powerful storms left 11 dead and 23 injured, officials told NBC News.
Conway defended Sean Spicer's remarks that Trump's inauguration crowd was the largest ever, despite their inaccuracy.
Last year's spending on the NFL championship topped $15.5 billion. Americans will likely spend as much if not more on this year's big game.
Patrick Spence, the new CEO of Sonos, wants the company's speakers to play nice with every major device, The Verge reported.
The actress wrote about her use of a machine learning technique known as "style transfer" in the short film Come Swim, The Verge reported.
An estimated 3 million people have marched worldwide, including in London, Berlin and Tokyo, NBC News reports.
The president has drawn criticism for his self-referential remarks before the wall of 11 stars, NBC News reports.
Massive numbers of demonstrators flooded cities across the world in peaceful protests to voice their concerns.
The newly minted Trump administration press secretary minced no words, blasting reporters for distorted coverage.
The new president went to support an agency with which he's publicly sparred.
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Barbara Ryan, Barbara Ryan Advisors, talks about Carl Icahn's stake in Bristol-Myers and other possible big pharma deals in 2017.
CNBC's Meg Tirrell reports billionaire investor Carl Icahn takes a stake in Bristol-Myers Squibb and could see it as a possible takeover target.
Karyn Cavanaugh, Voya Investment Management, and Ed Keon, QMA portfolio manager, weigh in on what's prompting the markets to new highs and whether investors should be worried about a pullback.