Sustainable products and social responsibility are "integral" to Unilever's operating model, the company's CEO Paul Polman told CNBC.
The driver of a Tesla vehicle involved in a crash in Minnesota on Saturday has denied that its Autopilot system caused the incident.
IBM has launched a new mainframe system capable of running more than 12 billion encrypted transactions per day, in a bid to wade further into the financial cybersecurity market.
Taurus Wealth Advisors' Michael Preiss says the Fed faces a dilemma as stock markets have hit new highs, but the average consumer doesn't feel better off.
Finding truly great deals on Amazon, even though it's the much-hyped Prime Day, might be harder than you think.
New banking regulations involving customer data sharing and data protection are a "headache for everyone", according to a fintech advisor at the Royal Bank of Scotland.
Big retail players are failing to capture the benefits of global growth, Will Hayllar, head of consumer goods practice at OC&C said on Thursday.
Negative watch on Qatar's sovereign credit is the result of uncertainty in the country, said Bashar Al Natoor, head of Islamic finance at Fitch Ratings.
CNBC's Bob Pisani looks ahead at the day's market action.
Britain's consumers have suffered a sharp loss of confidence amid rising inflation and weakening wage growth, a survey showed on Friday.
Japanese May retail sales rose 2.0 percent on-year, government data showed on Thursday, below the 2.6 percent growth forecast.
The Consumer Confidence Index rose in June to 118.9, despite expectations for it to drop, The Conference Board announced Tuesday.
LONDON, June 27- British consumer confidence plunged during the political crisis sparked by Prime Minister Theresa May's election flop, hitting the sales of general retailers such as Debenhams just as shoppers' spending power is undermined by the pound's fall. Two major surveys showed confidence among British consumers and retailers had fallen back to...
*Thomson Reuters/ INSEAD Asian Q2 sentiment index 74 vs 70 Q1. SHANGHAI, June 21- Business confidence in Asia rose to a three-year-high in the second quarter of the year, propelled by a slew of favourable economic data across the region and easing concerns over the health of China's economy, a Thomson Reuters/ INSEAD survey showed. The Thomson Reuters/ INSEAD Asian...
Mark Bittman, "New York" columnist and cookbook author, shares his thoughts on Amazon's acquisition of Whole Foods.
Morgan Stanley's Adam Jonas expects a large drop in used car prices, due partly to advances in technology.
NEW YORK, May 30- The dollar fell against most currencies on Tuesday, weighed by a drop in U.S. "There is a whiff of risk aversion about the markets," said Shaun Osborne, chief FX strategist at Scotiabank in Toronto, after Japan's Nikkei dropped, European stocks fell and U.S. equity indexes slid. In the euro zone, falls in inflation in Spain and several German regions as...
The index last fell to 120.3 in April, according to monthly data from The Conference Board.
CNBC's Rick Santelli reports the latest read on consumer confidence
While stocks are trading at record levels, helped by strong first-quarter corporate earnings, investors are keeping a close eye on data as well as political developments in Washington. The U.S. Conference Board is likely to report that its consumer confidence index was little changed in May. "We are expecting confidence to slip as the political turmoil in...