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"That company needs professional management, and it needs it now," said former GM vice chairman Bob Lutz.
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CNBC's Aditi Roy reports on DoorDash completing another funding round to the tune of $250 million and whether the food delivery space is getting frothy.
Omarosa Manigault Newman pioneered the role of reality television villain. Now, she has reinvented herself as a Trumpian prophet of doom, eager to warn the world of the US president's racism and destructive capabilities, the Financial Times reports.
More big-box retailers are carrying bulletproof backpacks for kids, as demand soars following several deadly school shootings this year, including massacres at high schools in Florida and Texas.
Panera Bread founder Ron Shaich heads up Act III Holdings, the investment fund that offered to help finance Cava's acquisition of Zoes. Should the deal go through, he will become chairman of the private company.
Bob Lutz, former GM vice chairman, and JP Eggers, NYU management professor, discuss the possibility of someone else leading Tesla after CEO Elon Musk told the New York Times, "if you have anyone who can do a better job, please let me know. They can have the job. Is there someone who can do the job better? They can have the reins right now."
Shares of Sears Holdings skidded to a record low Friday after the company disclosed earlier in the week that a hedge fund owned by CEO Eddie Lampert offered to buy the troubled retailer's Kenmore appliance division for $400 million.
Boris Hirmas, Southam Freeze-Dry, and Carlos Barroso, CJB and Associates, discuss the growing popularity of superfoods and plant-based diets.
African-American consumers sometimes spend thousands of dollars a year on their hair, contributing to the multibillion-dollar black hair care industry.
Amazon is known to scare investors and send stocks tumbling with news of a planned entrance into a new industry.
Charles Elson, University of Delaware Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance director, and CNBC's Phil LeBeau discuss Tesla CEO Elon Musk's ability to successfully run the company, following an emotional interview with The New York Times that revealed the personal and physical toll his duties have taken on him.
The investor reaction to Macy's and Walmart's earnings this week — both exceptionally good — was unexpected. Walmart shares soared by more than 9 percent, while Macy's went into an almost free fall. Here's why.
The "Halftime Report" traders debate Raymond James downgrading Walmart to "outperform" from "strong buy."
Morgan Stanley lowers its price target for General Motors shares, citing a car sales slowdown in China.
Ben & Jerry's efforts to increase its social activism come at a time when major players in business and politics are exploring questions about conscientious business.