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He said the high price of a stake in Uber is part of what pushed him to back Lyft.
Under Armour's Kip Fulks will take a sabbatical from the company, The Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday.
Mayors of London, Los Angeles, Paris and other major cities are pledging to ban gasoline and diesel vehicles from "large parts" of their cities by 2030.
News comes as online artisan Etsy attempts a turnaround amid activist pressure.
Starting in November Amazon customers can order take-out from local restaurants directly through the Amazon app.
CNN launches a "Facts First" campaign in response to criticism from the White House.
Developing countries are at risk of losing cheap manufacturing if leisurewear companies accelerate automation, Financial Times reports.
Users are prompted to select one of the payment methods stored with Google, and Pay with Google does the rest.
Until recently, direct competition between Alibaba and Amazon has been rare. Southeast Asia could offer a test on neutral turf, NYT reports.
Prince Alwaleed shares his views on electric vehicles in a CNBC "Squawk Box" interview Monday.
"We are going into the fourth quarter with a lot of optimism," said Rick Gomez, Target's chief marketing officer.
CNBC gets behind the wheel of the Toyota 86, a competitor to the Mazda Miata.
If you're looking for pumpkins in Florida and Texas this year, there's a chance some stores may not be stocking them.
Car makers are trying to jolt the electric market, but an analyst explains to CNBC why the death of gas cars may be exaggerated.
Stitch Fix's IPO will test investor appetite for e-commerce start-ups that are trying to be unlike Amazon.
The move comes as the electric car maker spends heavily to fix production bottlenecks of its new Model 3 sedan.
Jet's private-label offerings include toilet paper, coffee and laundry detergent.
Tesla bashed Consumer Reports for predicting the new Model 3 will have average reliability, but the automaker may not understand what the magazine does.
After leaving the parent company of Saks Fifth Avenue, Jerry Storch will return to his advisory firm Storch Advisors.
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