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Michael Roth is happy to see representatives from Amazon, Twitter, Snap, and other players in digital advertising at Cannes.
The UK's Media Secretary said the revised undertakings will "help to ensure that Sky News remains financially viable over the long term, free from any potential outside influence."
Union Square Hospitality Group faced criticism after testing cashless operations at select restaurants.
The department store chain is also about to start testing mini Sears shops, selling appliances, inside its Kmart locations.
Varsity Brands' foothold on the school spirits industry includes everything from cheerleading uniforms, class rings and helping schools improve their pride.
Videogame and electronics retailer GameStop is holding talks with private equity firms about a potential transaction after receiving buyout interest, Reuters reports.
Actor Mary McCormack has shared video of her husband's Tesla car shooting flames while in Southern California traffic.
The Munich prosecutors office has said Stadler was arrested because of a risk he could suppress evidence.
The station, which looms over Detroit's Corktown neighborhood, has stood empty since the last train left in 1988.
CNBC reviews the 2018 Chevy Traverse, a fantastic family crossover, with massive amounts of usable space and a user-friendly design.
Apple has hired senior self-driving car engineer Jaime Waydo from Alphabet's Waymo unit.
Even as Tesla shares rally, short-sellers believe Elon Musk can't raise new equity or debt.
Didi's Australia move marks the firm's second direct expansion abroad, with the first being in Mexico.
Jim Cramer reveals why FANG doesn’t need a strong economy to deliver powerful numbers.
Jim Cramer sits down with Thor Industries CEO Bob Martin as shares of his RV maker hover near year-to-date lows.
Musk is "masterful" in the way he fights back against the short sellers of Tesla stock, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
The Boring Company said it beat a consortium that included the engineering firm Mott MacDonald and an infrastructure fund backed by basketball star Earvin "Magic" Johnson.
Musk bought another chunk of his own company a day after Tesla said it will cut 9 percent of its employees.