CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports live from the brick and mortar Amazon book store in New York City.
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Senator Elizabeth Warren says President Obama was wrong - the system is more rigged than people realize.
Wall Street speaking engagement follows $65m book deal for ex-president and first lady.
Military advising has never been easy — particularly in Syria and Iraq — and it's not going to get any easier now.
The key to success is often information gathering, Gurley said on Thursday from the LAUNCH Festival in San Francisco.
The Former U.S. president weighs in on the country and on its leader.
Alec Baldwin is teaming up with Kurt Andersen to write a new satirical book based on President Trump.
U.K. book retailer Waterstones' has adopted an usual approach to branding as it jostles with Amazon for market share.
Readers will get a glimpse in to the Obama's memories in the White House through their own words.
One British book chain store has come under fire for setting up shops in small towns without its signature branding.
Co-author of “Unshakable” Tony Robbins, motivational speaker, discusses the polarization of America, his investment portfolio and advice for President Trump. With Peter Mallouk, Creative Planning Inc. president and CIO.
Co-authors of “Unshakable” Tony Robbins, motivational speaker, and Peter Mallouk, Creative Planning Inc. president and CIO, share their advice for investors.
Discussing shares of publishing company Pearson sinking about 30 percent, with CNBC's Mike Santoli.
BeyondGlobal CEO, Sandra Navidi talks about “superhubs” emerging in the U.S., with comment on Donald Trump’s incoming administration.
BeyondGlobal CEO Sandra Navidi talks about company sentiment towards “doing the right thing” and following “the letter of the law”.
Comedian and author David Walliams talks about the inspiration behind his new children’s book “The Midnight Gang.”
At a time of bitter disputes over rising income inequality, no one seems to resent the author’s runaway success, the New York Times reports.
Art by writer and veteran Kurt Vonnegut is the center of a new exhibit at Chicago's National Veterans Art Museum, which opened on Veterans Day.
A federal jury awarded $3-million in damages to a former University of Virginia associate dean on Monday.