NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says Colin Kaepernick is always welcome to have discussions with the league.
A food delivery start-up working with refugees from Myanmar and Syria sold more than 40,000 meals in 18 months, made a profit and grew.
GGP rejected a $14.8 billion buyout offer from its biggest shareholder, Brookfield Property Partners, people familiar with the matter said on Sunday.
Brookfield had made a $23-per-share cash offer for the U.S. mall owner last month.
CNBC reviews the 2017 Toyota C-HR XLE SUV.
President Donald Trump has demanded and received an apology from a Washington Post reporter over a photo of Trump's Florida rally on Friday.
The SYMBIOZ demo car is Renault's vision of what cars could look like in 2030.
The experience of opening a physical card is different from an e-card in your inbox. But could physical cards actually make a comeback?
Two recent court cases have ruled in retail landlords' favor, ordering Starbucks and Whole Foods to either stay open or reopen a store.
A 5-inch robot based on a tiny Amazonian monkey is the surprise toy hit of the holiday season. This is how the Fingerling gripped us.
Macy's CEO Jeff Gennette will replace Terry Lundgren on a board of 10 directors.
J.C. Penney is the latest retailer to jump on the subscription box bandwagon.
Skipping the grocery store and shopping online could put impulse purchases at risk, but big companies may be equipped to tackle the shift.
The parent of Smith & Wesson brand sank more than 12 percent after warning about a tougher firearms market and cutting yearly guidance.
The investment would earn the Chinese e-commerce giant a 25 percent stake in Bigbasket and a foothold in two burgeoning e-commerce markets.
When you buy American, you help create jobs and build the U.S. economy. Here are 15 Made in America gifts for everyone on your holiday list.
Some cities are better for driving than others — and that largely has to do with traffic and gas prices, according to a Waze study.
The furniture company announced an independent investigation into its accounts and said its CEO was leaving.
Michael Dunne, president of Dunne Automotive, said China could facilitate an autonomous driving market quicker than the United States.
At a private party on Thursday, Elon Musk spoke boldly about Tesla's upcoming custom artificial intelligence hardware.
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