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Wall Street analysts seem to be doubting Tesla's ability to hit its aggressive, new production target.
A top North Carolina lawmaker said the state will not be "bullied" into meeting a U.S. Department of Justice restroom deadline.
The April jobs picture could be better than current Wall Street expectations, according to Goldman Sachs economists.
The New York State Department of Financial Services is allowing the twins' company to use a different kind of currency.
Officials had no immediate reports of anyone hurt. They are still seeking the cause of the blaze.
Millennials are increasingly spending money on novel, experience-driven events, leaving established retailers scrambling to adapt.
Louisiana's finances were already in doubt when oil prices came crashing down, and now energy layoffs are denting income and tax revenue.
Presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump, who has touted his ability to fund most of his campaign, has named a finance chair.
The FDA released a plan for regulating e-cigarettes and other tobacco products, banning their sale to anyone under 18, NBC News reports.
What Imax did for movies, it is trying to do for spinning, launching classes where cyclists are immersed in front of a huge screen.
The presumptive Republican presidential nominee tells CNBC he prefers to pick a running mate with government experience.
A magnitude 7.8 earthquake on the San Andreas fault could cause $200 billion in damage, the Los Angeles Times reported.
The 142nd running of the Derby is almost here. And if you think you'll ever go, you should know how to do it right.
Despite an improved economy, every single county in America is facing hunger, according to Feeding America.
Apple is looking to India for growth, but skeptics say the tech giant will find it hard to dominate the world's fastest growing smartphone market.
Amazon Web Service critics are "nontechnical people who don't really understand what AWS is," Chamath Palihapitiya says.
Americans' insatiable appetite for organic food has sparked a gold rush in this retail sector among entrepreneurs nationwide.
It's make-or-break for GoPro. That's how financial analysts covering the company now talk about its prospects after a nosedive in the stock price.
Low- and moderate-income black students who borrow to attend college have almost $8,000 more in debt than whites, a new study finds.
The presumptive GOP presidential candidate says the national debt would be troublesome if the cost of borrowing increases.
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Andrew Keene of AlphaShark discusses the consumer staples ETF and why investors should take advantage of its rise.
Herbalife says FTC talks are at 'advanced stage.' CNBC's Sue Herera reports the updates.
Ross Gerber, Gerber Kawasaki, and Max Wolff, Manhattan Venture Partners, discuss GoPro as their latest quarterly results are reported.