Andy Xie, an independent economist, says a lot of China's stimulus measures are for "propaganda purposes" for the government to look like it is helping the economy.
Feb 7- Compass Group Plc beat expectations with a 6.9 percent rise in organic first-quarter revenue helped by sporting and music event contracts, sending shares in the world's largest caterer to lifetime highs. Compass shares were up 4.48 percent to 17.72 pounds in London at 1127 GMT, having hit an all-time high of 17.77 pounds. But it's only a quarter, "Chief...
David Rolfe, Wedgewood CIO and Apple shareholder, and Tim Long, BMO Capital Markets U.S. managing director and senior analyst, join CNBC's "Squawk Alley" to discuss Apple's earnings.
King Lip of Baker Avenue Asset Management says the days of "robust" growth are behind Apple and there's no catalyst on the horizon that could turn this trend around.
Social media platforms have made it easier than ever to complain directly to companies when you need to vent as a frustrated consumer, but which platform — Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn or Twitter — gets the best results?
CNBC's "Squawk Alley" panel discusses the new iPhone billboard outside the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas as well as the new partnership between Apple and Samsung.
Loup Ventures's Gene Munster and Financial Times U.S. Managing Editor Gillian Tett speak with CNBC's "Squawk Alley" team on the heels of a deal between Apple and Samsung.
Rishad Tobaccowala of Publicis Groupe says his company needs to execute its strategy in a way that aligns with what its clients want as consumer preferences evolve.
RBC Capital Markets retail analyst Brian Tunick and SunTrust senior internet analyst Youssef Squali discuss this year's record Cyber Monday sales and predict who will be the winners and losers this holiday season.
Dickie Wong of Kingston Securities says Meituan Dianping's stock price is "simply not cheap" and he will take a "wait and see approach" to investing in it.
NEW YORK, Nov 16- A decade ago, Alli Webb was a hair stylist who made house calls, driving all over Los Angeles to shampoo, style, and blow-dry clients hair before big nights out. Huge demand for her services led her to open Drybar, a Brentwood hair salon that exclusively offers blowouts. Today, the business she built operates over 95 salons across the United States, with...
There's a growing demand for smart intelligent equipment and advanced manufacturing devices among Chinese companies, says Vice Director-General of the China International Import Expo Bureau Zhong Xiaomin.
Jimmy Chang of Rockefeller Capital Management says China's economy may require "constant stimulus" to keep its growth rate above 6 percent.
Jim Cramer speaks to the incoming CEO of ANGI Homeservices, Brandon Ridenour, about how he's approaching his new position at the helm of the growing service provider.
Customers can now buy J. Crew's classic clothing on Amazon Fashion.
Charlie Souhrada from North American Association of Food Equipment Manufacturers says that small and medium sized businesses are less able to absorb or pass on costs.
Dream Hotel Group's Abid Butt, who is CEO for Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa, says that with the emerging middle class in Asia, tourism will continue to be strong.
Ruslan Kogan, CEO of online retailer Kogan.com, discusses his recent selldowns of shares in the company.
Andrew Simmons, founder of Vision Personal Training, says there are three things to focus on to achieve a healthy lifestyle: work, family and exercise.
The Consumer Discretionary and Tech sectors have performed well so far this year. Using history as a guide, this is what that means for the rest of 2018.