In the past 30 days, Yes on Prop 22, backed by Uber and Lyft, has spent $3.7 million on Facebook ads in California.
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra joins "Squawk Alley" to discuss the legal battle over California's gig economy laws and the proposition up for a vote in November.
The unusually late and intense fire season in Colorado is part of a larger problem of worsening destruction fueled by climate change.
An upcoming ballot measure could still undermine the entire case.
California theme parks are exploring legal action in order to pressure the state into allowing amusement parks to reopen.
The U.S. banking sector, including the largest Wall Street firms, is far more vulnerable to the impacts of climate change than banks are letting on, according to new research.
The Supreme Court appeal by the Trump administration could affect the number of seats held by California in the U.S. House of Representatives.
A bare movie calendar and continued lackluster attendance has left AMC's business hemorrhaging cash.
Many analysts fear that these blockbuster films won't return until there is a viable coroanvirus vaccine or California and New York reopen more theaters.
These cities have the largest gap between income and costs.
Tesla is a big seller of renewable-energy credits tied to EV sales and zero emission vehicles, boosting revenue and profits. Elon Musk's company expects this trade to double in 2020 as auto rivals are slow to manufacture EVs.
As we face another record fire season, firefighting tactics remain largely stagnant, even though humans cause nearly 85% of U.S. wildland fires. Here’s a breakdown of how the U.S fights fire from land and air and why innovation is sorely needed.
Firefighting tactics remain largely stagnant as some of the largest wildfires ever recorded rage across the west and dangerous smoke reaches as far as Europe. With humans at fault for nearly 85% of wildland fires in the U.S., what are the ways we're trying to get them under control? From better fire mapping on Google to new ways of attacking from both land and air, innovation needs a major boost if it will ever catch up with the rapid rate at which the west is burning.
Roughly 60% of Americans say $1 million is the amount they need to feel “comfortable” in retirement.
Many Americans have “significantly less” savings than they need to buy a home.
With many families working and studying at home, “schoolcations” are enticing travelers with promises of tutoring, round-the-clock tech help and after-school activities that are more fun than what's available back home.
CNBC's Aditi Roy reports there are 19 new wildfires in California as well as several wineries destroyed due to ongoing blazes in the state. She joins 'Closing Bell' to discuss.
A northern California wildfire raging in the foothills of the Cascade range has claimed three lives, officials said. A separate blaze prompted mass evacuations and spread turmoil to the famed wine-producing regions of Napa and Sonoma counties. The three fatalities occurred in the so-called Zogg Fire in Shasta County, which erupted on Sunday near Redding, about 200 miles north of San Francisco.
Nine states are considering higher taxes on the wealthy to help fill growing budget holes, and the list is likely to grow, a legislative group said.
Public financial records show Kamala Harris and her husband's combined assets to be worth $2.8 million to $6.3 million.