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United Airlines this week will start charging passengers for "preferred seats," those near the front of the coach cabin. The move follows similar changes by rivals Delta and American.
CNBC's "Power Lunch" team breaks down what the consumer of 2025 may look with Nik Modi of RBC Capital Markets.
Four Democratic senators want to know whether White House deputy chief of staff Bill Shine is breaking ethics laws as he continues to get paid millions in bonuses by Fox News, his former employer.
It's been a challenging year for Papa John's. Public scandals surrounding its founder and a massive decline in same-store sales have pressured the company into making major changes to its marketing strategy and rethink how to lure customers back.
The ban of some iPhone models, announced earlier Monday, follows a request for injunction by Qualcomm.
More Americans get news from social networks than from newspapers, according to a Pew Research Center survey of more than 3,000 respondents conducted over the summer.
British toy retailer Hamleys is close to finalizing a deal where it would secure roughly 30,000 square feet at 2 Herald Square, near Macy's and Victoria's Secret, a person familiar with those negotiations tells CNBC.
Revelations of tracking by smaller apps that haven't yet landed under public scrutiny could usher in sweeping changes in the data and advertising industries.
Tesla shares have roared higher as the rest of the market has spiraled down. Piper Jaffray's Craig Johnson says a short squeeze could trigger a 45 percent rally.
Japanese carmaker Nissan wants to keep former Chairman Carlos Ghosn and his family from going back to their apartment in Copacabana for fear they would destroy evidence, The Financial Times reports.
Wall Street's top marijuana analyst likes Marlboro maker Altria's $1.8 billion investment in Canadian pot company Cronos Group, telling clients the move represents a "unique entry into cannabis."
A new survey published Monday found Uber is the most popular ride-hailing app with 60 percent of market share, compared to Lyft's 23 percent. But Lyft ranked higher for driver friendliness and brand image.
Amazon is planning its first physical store in the UK, likely to be in London's West End area, according to a report in The Telegraph. Its sources said the company is looking for sites between 3,000 and 5,000 square feet for the Amazon Go store.
Seijiro Takeshita of the University of Shizuoka says Nissan would like to retain its autonomy, while Renault's focus is on sustaining domestic employment in France. He says there is a "real big gap of target" between the two companies.
Advertisers in India who want to run political ads on Facebook will need to confirm their identity and location to prevent abuse of the system ahead of the 2019 general elections, the social networking site said.
Tesla's Elon Musk says he would consider buying some of the plants that GM plans to wind down. Musk makes no apologies for his erratic behavior over the summer and reiterates his lack of respect for the Securities and Exchange Commission.