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JAB Holding could be looking to take on Starbucks in its latest deal with Panera, one analyst told CNBC.
Danielle DiMartino Booth, a former Dallas Fed advisor, said it makes her uncomfortable when the central bank comments on U.S. equities.
Larry Glazer, managing partner at Mayflower Advisors, said the current market is one of contradictions.
Forecasts are calling for another strong earnings season ahead, and that could signal a great time for investors to get back into the market.
President Trump made the right move by removing Steve Bannon from the National Security Council, says Jake Novak.
Amazon's $50 million dollar NFL streaming deal shouldn't worry broadcasters, former CBS Sports president Neal Pilson told CNBC on Wednesday.
Trump also claims that other Obama officials may have been involved in efforts to "unmask" his associates, the Times says.
The ROBO Global Robotics and Automation Index ETF is up 16 percent since the election despite Trump's efforts to support manufacturing jobs.
Stocks rose early in the morning as oil rose, bond yields moved up, and the ADP private employment report was strong.
Tesla is positioned to enter several markets collectively worth trillions of dollars, according to Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas.
Amazon's private label fashion brands are rapidly gaining ground.
Iconic entrepreneur and investor Jack Bogle gives tips to a young generation in search of financial success.
Thomas Edison may have co-founded GE, but that doesn't mean the massive conglomerate isn't interested in selling its consumer lighting division.
The hedge fund manager told CNBC some of his bets in the tech sector that he has seen pay off, Alphabet's Google being one example.
Leon Cooperman shares his market views in an interview on CNBC's "Halftime Report" Wednesday.
Dr. Scott Gottlieb said he'd use his drug industry experience as a force to improve the FDA.
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The FTC charged Amazon — and previously Apple and Google — because of games that blur lines between free and paid, TechCrunch reports.
Voice technology is becoming more emotionally intelligent and is being used to improve human interactions.