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Three crew members spoke to CNBC about their experience.
Twitter Co-founder and former CEO Ev Williams is stepping down from the company's board after 13 years with the company.
Uncharacteristically taking the same side as Amazon, Trump called HQ2 "a big loss for New York City."
It is not clear how many victims are part of the criminal case, but prosecutors said the ages ranged from 13 to 16 years old, NBC News reports.
Outgoing AutoNation CEO Mike Jackson says investors should not buy auto stocks when the industry heads into a period of decline.
Berkshire Hathaway is in advanced discussions to sell its Applied Underwriters workers compensation unit. Buffett's efforts to divest Applied Underwriters come as one of his biggest investments, Kraft Heinz, has soured.
Kraft Heinz says it faced pressure from suppliers, delayed projects and rising costs. Investors wonder if there's a bigger problem.
VW Group posted 2018 full-year revenues of $267.5 billion on Friday.
Producers of the 20th Century Fox Television show "Empire" decided Friday to remove actor Jussie Smollett from the final two episodes of the latest season following the actor's arrest.
Americans spend more time traveling and waiting for health appointments than for any other service, according to a new analysis.
Kraft Heinz wrote down $15.4 billion in value on its Kraft and Oscar Mayer Brands in the fourth quarter. Wall Street analysts are doubting whether the company's cost-cutting strategy can work in today's competitive landscape.
The Skywalker saga may be coming to a close this year with the December release of "Star Wars: Episode IX," but that doesn't spell the end for the franchise's massive toy business.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk is "overpromising" on autonomous vehicles, AutoNation CEO Mike Jackson says.
The German auto makers want to link up urban transport around the world using autonomous cars and app-based services.
The average fare for airline travel within the United States has hit the lowest level since the government started keeping track in 1995, after adjusting for inflation.
"[Rich Barton has] a huge track record" and his return to be the CEO "took the stock up," RBC's Mark Mahaney says. But the internet analyst is still skeptical.