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PepsiCo might be pulling its controversial Kendall Jenner ad, but it still faces an uphill struggle to recover from its marketing misstep.
Edgy, unique serial content has become a point of competition as more TV viewership moves online.
When the Fed worries about 'valuation' in its minutes, stocks struggle in the year following, history shows.
Officials seem to believe that any economic boost from Trump's policies won't happen until at least 2018.
Jim Cramer says that payroll reports, the Fed's minutes, and Washington could all sway markets this week.
The European company that is buying Panera Bread may not be a household name, but its brands are.
Jefferies shares a list of companies that will significantly benefit from a corporate tax rate reduction to 25 percent.
"The leaders pledged close cooperation and coordination on these and other issues," the White House said in a statement.
Fox News' Bill O'Reilly has hosted Trump on his show frequently over the years.
Jim Cramer has one top bank in mind when it comes to playing the change in tide overseas.
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.