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Jim Cramer took a trip down memory lane to 30 years ago, when the market suffered its worst one-day plunge ever.
There's no mistaking what Tesla thinks of Consumer Reports.
CNBC's Eric Chemi had an exclusive sit-down with basketball legend Kobe Bryant, who gave his thought on some of the newsworthy items of the day.
Stitch Fix will test public market reception to the newest breed of e-commerce apparel.
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.
GM on Thursday agreed to pay $120 million to resolve claims from 49 U.S. states and the District of Columbia over faulty ignition switches.
New technology in cars and trucks is making them less reliable, a Consumer Reports survey found.
Consumer Reports is using data from Tesla's Model S to make its determination on the Model 3.
There's yet another complication in Alphabet's relationship with start-up giant Uber.
Many cities see Amazon's second headquarters a once-in-a-lifetime chance to grab an economic golden ticket, USA Today reports.
To court Amazon's second headquarters, some cities got downright wacky with their efforts, USA Today reports.
The iPhone X, eagerly awaited by fans, will go on sale from Nov. 3 and may also be weighing on demand.
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.
Goldman lowers its rating for Nike to neutral from buy, citing an intense promotional environment for the company's products.
Last year a crash test raised questions about front seat passenger safety in small SUVs. New tests paint a more encouraging picture.
Jim Cramer finds great buys pegged to the Trump administration's actions, but few that are tied to tax reform.
Blue Apron on Wednesday said it cut about 6 percent of its workforce, nearly four months after the meal-kit company went public.
General Electric CEO Jeff Flannery is expected to announce thousands of corporate-level job cuts as part of a strategic review.
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