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The electric automaker shares popped after it posted a surprise earnings beat.
"We don't believe in shipping a product before it's ready, and we need a little more time," Apple said.
Wal-Mart wants to make its supercenters easier and more festive to shop this holiday season.
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.
Clinton has jumped out to a nine-point lead in New Hampshire, while she’s tied with Trump in Nevada, NBC News reports.
Samsung Electronics reported operating profit of $4.5 billion after its components business helped offset the hit to the mobile unit.
Sen. Bernie Sanders issued a letter to the Justice Department, asking it to block the AT&T-Time Warner merger.
SolarCity is at least likely to have a neutral impact on Tesla's finances in the near future, says Elon Musk.
Even if Disney sells off on its earnings early next month, one trader sees the stock headed higher into next year.
Jim Cramer explained why he has had it with the Apple analysts.
Money manager Louis Navellier is buying shares of Edwards Lifesciences after the stock plunged 17% on lower-than-expected sales last quarter.
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.
Markets in Asia traded lower on Thursday morning, with energy plays in the region under pressure following drop in oil prices.
Elon Musk all but confirmed that Tesla is looking at creating a car-sharing network using its Autopilot technology.
Jim Cramer was shocked by the lack of respect shown to Apple CEO Tim Cook by analysts on the company's conference call.
The LNG veteran says the answer to the glut of natural gas is even lower prices, which he says his new venture Tellurian will supply.
Oracle CEO Mark Hurd tells CNBC's "Closing Bell" the company offered NetSuite a "fair offer" of $109 a share in a deal valued at $9.3 billion.