Weight Watchers announced Winfrey won't attend the company's 2017 shareholders meeting.
The Ripple Maker combines 3D and ink-jet printing technology to create a work of art on top of the foam of a latte.
AmazonFresh Pickup will offer a drive-in type grocery shop.
Harvard Law School professor Hal Scott, weighs in on financial deregulation, stress tests and banking regulation.
With Trump in the White House, tech companies should repatriate money parked overseas, early Uber investor Jason Calacanis told CNBC.
On Monday eBay said that it will guarantee three-day delivery on millions of items for U.S. customers this summer.
TipRanks identified the top analysts covering consumer goods and which stocks they like right now.
Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky spoke Monday at a luncheon held for the Economic Club of New York.
The Japanese may finally get to spend less time at work, but that doesn't mean they'll use it for shopping.
The "Fast Money" traders discuss financial service stocks after American Express revamps credit card rewards program.
Shares of weight loss service Nutrisystem skyrocketed after the company reported fourth-quarter earnings and full-year guidance that topped expectations.
Analysts use annual report to estimate the number of Amazon Prime subscribers the company may serve.
The airline plans to reinstate free meals for economy class passengers on some long domestic US flights.
Temasek may be betting China’s consumers will eschew retail therapy in favor of hitting the road, cutting its Alibaba stake and buying Ctrip shares.
Carlsberg CEO Cees ‘t Hart talks about whether the political environment has impacted the company, and why consumer confidence is key.
Next month, the TSA will limit frequent fliers' access to its expedited screening PreCheck program.
The tech giant launches a new rewards credit card for Prime members that combines 5% back with other perks.
The CFPB says the companies tricked consumers about the usefulness and cost of credit scores.
Winemakers and wine merchants believe trade in this industry will continue, despite the anti-globalization rhetoric emerging.
The services sector will account for 25% of world trade by 2030. HSBC Head of Corporate Banking Dan Howlett discusses.