Volkswagen's incoming chairman warned managers that the automaker's diesel-emission scandal poses "an existence-threatening crisis for the company."
VW's board will meet on Wednesday to appoint finance chief Hans Dieter Poetsch head of the company's 20-member controlling panel.
Ken Griffin, the billionaire chief executive of Citadel, has gone on a multicity real estate shopping spree, The New York Times reports.
Volkswagen's decision to nominate a long-serving executive as chairman has thrown more scrutiny on its corporate governance and culture, the FT reports.
The UAW has struck a tentative deal that will avoid a strike at a key Ford assembly plant.
The Fed needs to get over its fears and stop subsidizing borrowing and penalizing savers, Howard Marks said.
South Africa's struggles have been lost in the din of the commodities rout, but a growing number of analysts have taken notice.
A top Bank of America strategist says the junk bond market is a slow-moving train wreck, one that's picking up speed.
A shooting in Oregon has reignited the discussion over gun control. CNBC follows the money on both sides of the issue.
A new survey suggests Uber may be impacting customer decisions on whether or not to purchase a new car.
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Chuck E. Cheese's is attempting to change the way a generation of Millennials think about the chain.
Warner Bros. is selling more DC Comics shows after series like "Gotham" and "The Flash" became hits.
Is as good as it gets for the automakers? Analysts see reasons why strong auto sales can continue.
EPA officials have not formally ordered a recall of 482,000 VW products, but that step is likely to take place, spokesperson said.
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Traffic at Volkswagen dealerships remained "quite good" last month, Mike Jackson said.
In a letter sent out to employees on Friday, Wal-Mart CEO Doug McMillon announced that 450 employees would be cut from headquarter operations.
Analysts are warning that the VW scandal could hamper growth in emerging parts of Europe.
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke discusses low economic growth in the U.S., and what it has to do with monetary policy.
Mark Grant, Hilltop Securities, weighs in on raising interest rates and reducing the Fed's balance sheet. Also Grant explains why he does not believe the jobs numbers.
CNBC's Becky Quick reports on the historic storm to hit South Carolina over the weekend.
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