Here are some of the key stories CNBC is following this hour.
Some of Blizzard's games, like "StarCraft," have gained international popularity and are played primarily on desktops.
Suggestions to buy something or make a reservation will be injected into conversations on Messenger, The Information reported.
Opposition to the Affordable Care Act has dropped by seven percentage points since early January, before Donald Trump became president.
Some conspiracy theorists believe we're living in an alternate universe where Trump has become president, caused by particle physics experiments.
Cowen says TripAdvisor will generate 2017 earnings per share of $0.94 versus the Wall Street consensus of $1.26.
Tesla shares have been on fire, and traders are betting the stock could go even higher after its earnings report.
President Trump's immigration orders are likely meant to discourage new illegal immigration, but Jake Novak says it will be a brutal battle.
Berkshire Hathaway chairman and CEO Warren Buffett didn't flop in the failed Kraft Heinz bid for Unilever; he dodged a bullet.
International mining giant Freeport-McMoRan is up 104 percent in the past year, but some analysts say it’s still a buy.
From beloved brands like My Little Pony and Star Wars to breakout hits like Pie Face, the show provides insight into what kids will be placing on their wish lists this year.
Dropbox, Reddit, Stripe and Airbnb checked every box.
For the second straight year, owners of vehicles at least 3 years old are reporting more problems with their cars, trucks and SUVs.
The company apologized for customers' experience with the Peggy Collection and will offer full refunds or replacements, Buzzfeed reports.
But many investors -- including Mark Cuban -- are willing to give the Snap CEO's explanation the benefit of the doubt, for now.
Jim Cramer says investors might be getting a bang for the buck after retail helped lead a recent rally.
New reports show Scott Pruitt, now the EPA administrator, had close ties with oil and gas producers to reduce environmental regulations. NYT reports.
"Culture starts at the top," Kate Mitchell, co-founder and partner at Scale Venture Partners, told CNBC.
The story behind the failure of Kraft Heinz to win over the Anglo-Dutch giant.
The four largest announced U.S. acquisitions of overseas companies all occurred in the last five months, according to S&P Global Market Intelligence.