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One year since Chipotle’s downfall from a Wall Street darling.
"It’s kind of like having a double NFL career," says Glover Quin of the Detroit Lions.
Democrats are blaming FBI Director Comey for the latest email controversy. Here's who's really to blame, says Jonathan S. Tobin.
The announcement Friday that the FBI would review further emails from Hillary is the “October surprise” that could disrupt the electoral race, says Citi.
Ford has a new model for its factory floor at its Fiesta plant in Cologne, Germany. Humans and robots work side by side to boost efficiency.
The tech entrepreneur amped up his support, saying the billionaire businessman gets "the big things" right despite "offensive" remarks.
For USA Today, Peter Dunn helps a chronic over-spender learn to pay himself first.
The menu at Chipotle's Tasty Made just has hamburgers, cheeseburgers, fries, shakes, and something called "Tasty Bacon Sauce," reports Easter.
"As labor costs normalize and revenue initiatives accelerate in 2017, the likelihood that 2018 margins strengthen is high," JPMorgan says.
The research groups report predicts more companies will be using artificial intelligence-enabled platforms, chatbots.
Giphy tells the Wall Street Journal it hasn't figured out a way to bring in revenue yet.
More than 1,500 Ford employees were evacuated Monday morning after a fire broke out at an electrical sub-station at Ford World Headquarters.
But Wall Street holds its breath in light of the Clinton campaign's latest hiccup, Art Cashin tells CNBC.
The FBI should not speed up or slow down its probe due to the election, Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway tells CNBC.
Piper Jaffray says its survey of 400 homeowners found 47 percent plan to raise home improvement spending, down from the April survey.
At issue is how different kinds of companies are allowed to use customer data — and the distinction is worth billions.
The deal "gives us an opportunity to create all the synergies of a combined GE and Baker Hughes," GE's Jeff Immelt tells CNBC.