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Tesla will discontinue its cheapest Model S, the rear-wheel drive 75, on Sunday.
In 2016, total Halloween spending hit $8.4 billion, another record at the time.
Wine is now the best-performing collectible of the world's wealthy collectors, according to a new report.
Amazon will take 360,000 square feet of space at one of buildings within New York City's Hudson Yards development.
Ford designers are using 3-D goggles in order to virtually imagine an entire car in the middle of the factory floor.
TGI Fridays is testing alcohol delivery alongside its food delivery in Texas this holiday season.
The Global X Lithium & Battery Tech ETF drew $49.8 million in inflows Tuesday, nearly 10 percent of the now $651 million fund.
It's not just security lapses that need patching in the U.S. credit reporting system, experts told CNBC.
Jim Cramer says an Apple Watch glitch and earnings from General Mills and Bed Bath & Beyond all sent related stocks tumbling.
The deal is Albertsons' first big strategic move since Amazon's acquisition of Whole Foods Market earlier this year.
German firms may have technology even more sophisticated than Tesla's current version of Autopilot.
Retail consignment shops are using social media to compete with e-commerce sites, USA Today reports.
Bill Ackman says he is "hoping people are going to be pleasantly surprised" by Chipotle's same-store sales results.
Best, a supply chain technology company, was listed under the symbol "BSTI" on the New York Stock Exchange.
Jefferies corrects its price target for Tesla to $240 from $280.
"E-commerce is not going to eliminate the retailing sector of the country," FedEx CEO Fred Smith says.
Insurance and repair fraud are common after natural disasters like Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.
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