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Netflix had some choice words for Amazon's strategy in its first quarter earnings release.
The lack of wisdom from everyone with the desire to hurt others has meant the safe haven trade has found a new pocket of geopolitical opportunity.
Though the company hit projections for revenue, it came up short regarding getting new people to sign up for the service.
The dark days of the financial crisis seem to be over for North American banks with one analyst telling CNBC that rising interest rates will boost margins and increase optimism after a period a readjustment for Wall Street lenders.
The US Treasury secretary has conceded that the administration's timetable for ambitious tax reforms is set to slip following setbacks. FT reports.
The move is seen as one of several efforts to strengthen party discipline.
Amid China's rise to global superpower status, many of its citizens have been lifted out of poverty.
Uber said Monday that its vice president of global vehicle programs, who played a role in the company's self-driving car program, has left the company.
Intel's mega-bet on Cloudera is showing a loss of over $400 million heading into the software vendor's IPO.
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Tuesday diplomatic means must be used to resolve tensions on the Korean peninsula.
The Brooklyn Junior Autistic Golfers Academy works with children on the autism spectrum.
Tensions have been escalating following repeated North Korean missile tests.
As of last year, Netflix was by far the most-watched streaming service in America.
Small-business owners are tired of regulations, said Linda McMahon, administrator of the Small Business Administration.
An engaged couple were removed from a United Airlines flight to Costa Rica on Saturday.
Jim Cramer educates investors on the signals to watch for that indicate when it is time to buy.
Bill Nygren shares his market views in an interview on CNBC's "Halftime Report" Monday.
Many of the old technological back-ends underpinning the systems that do work are in danger of becoming so old that no one knows how to maintain them.
The high-profile contest has sparked the interest of small donors and outside groups.
Bellpointe Asset Management's David Nelson has several concerns for the market.