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In an interview with CNN Tuesday night, Mark Zuckerberg said he will not step down as chairman of Facebook's board. He also praised COO Sheryl Sandberg's work at Facebook when asked if she would be leaving the company. » Read More
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Campbell Soup has pushed back against two of Third Point's nominees, former Campbell executive Bill Toler and Third Point executive Munib Islam. Third Point has nominated five executives for Campbell's board. » Read More
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Jim Cramer sits down with Dag Kittlaus, the creator of Apple's voice-enabled assistant Siri and Samsung's counterpart, Bixby.
Jim Cramer lists the various pressures that could stop the Federal Reserve from raising interest rates three more times in 2019.
NASA will conduct a safety review of Boeing and SpaceX, months after the latter company's founder and CEO Elon Musk smoked marijuana on a podcast, according to the Washington Post on Tuesday.
Facebook shares ended Tuesday down nearly 40 percent from its peak in July following a report last week detailing the company's use of a Washington-based opposition research firm. The share price has been rocked throughout a turbulent year that has been filled with scandals.
Most major retailers were confident in recent third-quarter earnings calls that shoppers will show up at stores and online in full force this holiday season. But unconvinced investors sold off their shares en masse Tuesday.
The reportedly wide-ranging talks include the possibility of expanding a clinic partnership.
Facebook's ad tools manager was not allowing media buyers to buy ads for clients the week of Black Friday and Cyber Monday. It could potentially affect sales if retailers are unable to place ads.
Amazon will end 2018 capturing about 48 percent of U.S. e-commerce sales, or $252 billion, compared with 43.1 percent in 2017, according to a study by eMarketer.
Ghosn's swift fall from grace places the carefully constructed alliance he built between Nissan, Renault and Mitsubishi at risk and will have far-reaching repercussions across the industry, auto executives and analysts say.
While sales throughout the year are important, some retailers rely more heavily on sales during the holiday season.
Inspired by recent walkouts, Cathy Fitzpatrick pressured Google to clarify its internal process for requesting disability accommodation. She says more employees should speak out about workplace issues.
The private equity firms that owned Toys R Us before the company declared bankruptcy earlier this year have each pledged $10 million to create the TRU Financial Assistance Fund, which aims to distribute funds to former employees.
Ghosn will remain chairman and CEO, but COO Thierry Bollore will run the company while Ghosn is 'incapacitated.'
Facebook and Google parent company Alphabet are now year-to-date posting losses as tech stock continue their slide.
Earlier this year, Target CEO Brian Cornell raved about the U.S. economy, saying it was one of the best he'd ever seen in his career.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos announced 24 recipients of $97.5 million in grants for their work in helping the homeless population. The news comes one week after Amazon's HQ2 announcement sparked fears around affordable housing displacement.