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Amazon shares have slid since the election as investors consider whether a President Donald Trump will go after Jeff Bezos.
Since their Election Day close, the electric carmaker's shares had fallen as much as 7.5 percent by Thursday morning.
Viacom may need to ramp up its curation efforts, Tom Rutledge, president and CEO of rival Charter Communications, said on Thursday.
StyleSeat's Melody McCloskey still swears by this habit.
The markets were expected to tank if Trump won. Here's why that's not happening ...yet, says Vox writer Timothy B. Lee.
Former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan tells CNBC the political structure has been in chaos for years, and fixing the economy will take tough measures.
"[Jobs] taught me a lot in those two hours," says the CEO.
Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal also tells CNBC he doesn't regret calling Trump a "disgrace" last December.
After learning that Washington Post reporters were looking into his past, Trump railed against Amazon chief Jeff Bezos in a tweetstorm.
The number of properties with a foreclosure filing jumped 27 percent in October compared with September, fueled by FHA loans.
CNBC's Jim Cramer talks Donald Trump's election and how financial, energy and infrastructure stocks are responding.
Over the past year, Google publicly set its sights on the artificial intelligence market.
Bank of America upgraded IBM to buy from neutral, listing a plethora of catalysts that could propel the stock 20 percent in the next 12 months.
Druckenmiller tells CNBC "I don't think Donald Trump is Ronald Reagan."
Liberty Media Chairman John Malone speculates on major moves in the media industry from giants like Disney, Facebook and Apple.
Jim Cramer broke down buyers into eight groups and explained their motivations for buying stocks.
The billionaire's science-backed trick takes him from his desk.
The telecommunications executive said AT&T will gain another revenue stream at a time where consumers are cutting the cord.
The already simmering online grocery rivalry between Amazon and Wal-Mart Stores is expected to heat up over the upcoming holidays.