Airlines waived change fees ahead of winter storm Harper. Travelers can change their tickets to travel as late as next week as the storm approaches the East Coast, bringing snow, sleet and heavy rain. » Read More
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Tesla's layoffs show the company needs to cut costs and move toward making some cheaper options. European deliveries can offset demand in the next few months, says one analyst. » Read More
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The FDA says doctors need more information about treating kids for nicotine use since most cessation products are only for adults. » Read More
The FDA cannot accept any new funding during the shutdown, now in its 28th day, forcing the agency to stretch its remaining money to last only about five more weeks. » Read More
Jim Cramer and technician Larry Williams inspect the charts of IBM, which seem to show the beleaguered tech stock on the cusp of a rally.
Jim Cramer hears from Hasbro Chairman and CEO Brian Goldner about the toy and game maker's ongoing foray into the world of esports.
Jim Cramer and Hasbro Chairman and CEO Brian Goldner discuss how the ongoing trade dispute between the United States and China affects the toymaker's business.
Jim Cramer says the escalation in the United States' trade war with China could end in an outright cold war that debilitates parts of the stock market.
SurveyMonkey, a maker of survey software, debuted on the public market less than a month ago. Rival Qualtrics filed its IPO prospectus on Friday and showed that it's bigger and growing faster than SurveyMonkey.
Curtis "Bob" Burns, the man who began the TSA's wildly popular Instagram account, has died at age 48. Burns' career started in Cincinnati as a baggage handler in 2002, and he started the agency's Instagram account in 2013.
"We're sitting here with a Goldilocks economy, and nobody wants it to be damaged by the increase in interest rates," says The Conference Board's Steve Odland.
Facebook has seen a number of notable executives leave its ranks in 2018, including founders from its notable, multi-billion Instagram, WhatsApp and Oculus acquisitions.
President Trump's latest $200 billion worth of tariffs and threats of more to come puts China in a tough spot, says data analyst Leland Miller.
YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki calls on content creators to "take action immediately" to protest a controversial EU copyright law.
Brendan Iribe, the former CEO of Oculus, announced on Monday his departure from Facebook, following the footsteps of his co-founders and those of Instagram and WhatsApp.
Facebook is least popular among the youngest of users, hinting at tougher years ahead in capturing the key demographic.
Billionaire hedge fund manager J. Tomilson Hill has a keen eye for great art that's also made for some incredible investments. Hill shared some of his personal rules for buying art with CNBC.
Facebook's approach to its cybersecurity issues is missing the larger point, says Elevation Partners co-founder and early Facebook investor Roger McNamee.
AWS CEO Andy Jassy said in a tweet on Monday that Bloomberg should retract its story about Chinese spy chips. He was agreeing with Apple CEO Tim Cook, who told Buzzfeed last week that the story was wrong.
YouTube wants to expand learning opportunities on its platform, which also helps it add more brand-safe content marketers want to advertise next to.
Instagram passes Snapchat as the most-used social platform by teenagers in Piper Jaffray's fall 2018 survey, released Monday.
Reintroducing the Ford Ranger and Bronco to the U.S. market is part of the company's gambit to take advantage of America's shift in consumer sentiment toward pickups, SUVs and crossovers.
Repl.it is a start-up whose technology lets software engineers quickly write and ship code from a web browser. The company just raised $4.5 million in funding from Andreessen Horowitz and others.