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The hardware represents a tiny fraction of total Snaps.
Jim Cramer revealed why there’s nothing snappy about Snap Inc.’s earnings.
China has a long road ahead if it wants to rival Hollywood's influence, says award-winning veteran movie director Zhang Yimou.
Snap CEO Evan Spiegel says he prefers not to use the same marketing strategies as Facebook and chided his larger rival for copying features.
Jim Cramer spoke with the CFO of Chipotle for his take on where the company is headed after bouncing back from 2015.
Whole Foods Market has been struggling to turn around its business, as sales continue to decline.
Whole Foods Market posted adjusted earnings of 37 cents per share on $3.74 billion in revenue
The move could lead companies that want to use GPUs for AI to forgo the biggest cloud companies and use Nvidia's service instead.
Some of Uber's engineers are actively looking to get out of the company, Recode learned from multiple sources.
An improving job market is creating the next snag for the stock market, Goldman Sachs analysts said.
Wayfair CEO Niraj Shah isn't too concerned about Amazon.
U.S. Steel CEO Mario Longhi is stepping down and has been replaced by David Burritt, the company's president and chief operating officer.
Other big social media stocks like Facebook and Twitter fell sharply after their first public earnings report.
The man replacing James Comey as acting director of the FBI is described as a fast-rising, well-respected member of the FBI. NBC News reports.
Reports of a potential takeover send shares of Abercrombie & Fitch skyrocketing.
The American Health Care Act was approved by just 38 percent of American voters on the heels of the House passing that bill.
There's one trading event that would really "break us out of this funk," said one market pro.
"I'm going to leave this interview and I'm going to go play golf," Citron Research's Andrew Left told CNBC.
Obama should have done it when he had the chance," says Commentary magazine editor John Podhoretz.
Microsoft announced a slew of products during its Build keynote in Seattle that shows the company's intent to stay competitive with Amazon.