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Dunkin' Donuts will be saying good-bye to one of its frozen drinks this summer.
The Fed is on a course of rising rates but there is one thing that could pump the brakes, says NAR chief economist Lawrence Yun.
Credit Suisse increases its fiscal year 2017 Micron earnings per share estimate to $3.26 from $2.64.
39 percent of companies don't have an internal candidate who can take over in an emergency.
Gates calls the book a "neglected classic" for anyone on Wall Street.
Amazon has agreed in principle to buy 100 percent of Dubai-based online retailer Souq.com from its shareholders, sources familiar with the deal.
"We are deeply concerned that our ads may have appeared alongside YouTube content promoting terrorism and hate," AT&T said.
During a nearly 12-hour session Tuesday, Gorsuch dodged questions on how he would rule on past or possible future cases.
Equity markets may be relatively expensive, but that doesn't mean investors should do anything drastic, Shiller said in a recent interview.
Michaela Alexis hit rock bottom before bouncing back and landing her dream job.
The United States appears to be backing away from another global effort to reduce corruption connected to drilling and mining.
Today's mass-market AI software and hardware will, in only 10 years or so, look as primitive and quaint as the Apple II does now.
After exceeding several hiring goals, Starbucks is ramping up its employment efforts and plans to create 240,000 jobs globally by 2021.
Some of Wall Street's top firms have reshuffled their leading strategists.
Deutsche Bank predicts 95 percent to 96 percent of cars in 2025 will still use internal combustion engines.
The first year of every presidency offers the best chance for legislative achievement, with the new chief executive at peak strength.
At least one analyst considers the departure a blow to Baidu's AI strategy.
The tech giant will likely see its stock drop soon, but investors shouldn't expect a huge plunge, technical analyst Tom McClellan told CNBC.
Byron Wien shares his market views in an interview Wednesday on CNBC's "Squawk on the Street."
Nike reported earnings after the bell Tuesday where revenue fell slightly short of expectations.