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Embattled bank announces third-quarter net income hit 278 million euros, which compares favorably to a 6 billion euro loss this time last year.
Tech giants Alphabet and Amazon are set to report earnings after Thursday's bell, and traders expect to see some big-money moves on the events.
Statutory group profit before tax at £837 million - beating estimates for £811 million but below the £1.27 billion reported in the last quarter.
Using hedge fund analytics tool Kensho, CNBC PRO looked to see how Apple traded one week and one month after a post-earnings, single-day drop of more than 2 percent.
Challenges can take months to play out, but not in the election of a president: the Constitution sets strict deadlines.
Deutsche Bank's negotiations with the U.S. Department of Justice has created uncertainty and hit strategy planning for the bank, the bank's CEO John Cryan said.
IBM's Watson first appeared on "Jeopardy" five years ago, and since then, Watson has become the "silver thread" tied into much of IBM's success.
The electric automaker shares popped after it posted a surprise earnings beat.
Volkswagen has raised its guidance for group revenue this year and is targeting slightly higher profitability after posting higher autos sales in the third quarter.
Procter & Gamble CEO David Taylor talks to CNBC's Sara Eisen about his first year at the helm.
Profit growth in China's industrial firms slowed in September from the previous month's rapid pace as several sectors showed weak activity.
"We don't believe in shipping a product before it's ready, and we need a little more time," Apple said.
Bet on sliding stocks ahead of earnings, Goldman’s options team suggests. Jake Weinig of Malachite Capital and Bill Baruch of iiTrader discuss with Morgan Brennan.
Wal-Mart wants to make its supercenters easier and more festive to shop this holiday season.
The Cubs won game two of the World Series, thanks in large part to three players who represent the various stages of Chicago's renaissance.
With the "American dream" in tatters, only a return to democratic traditions and investment will restore greatness, Oliver Bäte writes.
Following three solid years of sales for tacky Christmas sweaters, Wal-Mart has increased its selection of holiday and novelty items.
Hedge fund billionaire Julian Robertson said he is "apoplectic over the thought of" a Hillary Clinton presidency.
Three straight quarters of steady growth rates in China have raised suspicions but the country doesn't need to fake data, Xinhua says.