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Barry Sine, Drexel Hamilton, and Jonathan Chaplin, New Street Research, debate whether to buy Verizon after the company reported an earnings beat.
Oliver Chen, Cowen & Co., discusses Target's growth strategy and its place in the retail space.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports from Herald Square in New York City where Target is opening a new small store as part of its growth strategy.
Credit card giant MasterCard is eliminating the need to sign for purchases made on the card at retail, USA Today reports.
CNBC caught up with Kobe Bryant to talk about his post-basketball career as a businessman, investor, creative visionary and storyteller.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on the three most reliable auto brands as reported by Consumer Reports.
The New York Yankees just became the latest in a growing number of traditional sports franchises to get into the esports space.
United Continental CEO Oscar Munoz said the airline "dug ourselves in a hole" in regard to competition.
Brian White, Drexel Hamilton analyst, discusses buying the dip in Apple with claims that iPhone 8 sales are dragging as consumers wait for the iPhone X release.
There's yet another complication in Alphabet's relationship with start-up giant Uber.
Musk said the second boring machine will be "Line-Storm."
Many cities see Amazon's second headquarters a once-in-a-lifetime chance to grab an economic golden ticket, USA Today reports.
Oscar Munoz, CEO of United Continental, said the company went 28 days in the third quarter without bumping passengers.
To court Amazon's second headquarters, some cities got downright wacky with their efforts, USA Today reports.
CNBC's Jim Cramer discusses his outlook on Apple shares as investors look at iPhone order data.
Glucose-filled yeast made proteins found in tumors grow faster, USA Today reports.
The iPhone X, eagerly awaited by fans, will go on sale from Nov. 3 and may also be weighing on demand.
The A330neo is designed to take the fight to Boeing's 787 Dreamliner.
Cities are offering Amazon.com at least as much as $7 billion in tax breaks ahead of a deadline as they compete to house its second headquarters.
The start-up August Home, which is being acquired by Stockholm-based Assa Abloy, raised $25 million as recently as the summer.