Digital sales growth led Chipotle Mexican Grill to beat on earnings, revenue and same-store sales, but with shares of the restaurant chain back at a market value it last saw in its 2013-2015 pre-foodborne illness heyday, investors may focus on risks.
Investors with $1 million or more in the market expect the pace of stock market gains to slow over the remainder of 2019. But these wealthy self-directed brokerage account holders are not trading as if the bull market is anywhere close to over.
Delta says the next big area of competition in air travel is not in the passenger cabin but in the airport experience. Biometric screening at security, remodeling of terminals and the addition of tiered lounges are remaking the ground experience.
Wendy Borlabi, performance coach for the Chicago Bulls, says that the path to big-money deals for NBA stars does not start with a focus on dollar signs. Players who succeed use a mental approach that can be adopted in any walk of life.
Good sleep should not only be for the elites. Lack of sleep and sleep disorders take a steep toll on worker productivity and health. Burning the midnight oil to get ahead is the worst way for employees to think and act.
Many Americans think manufacturing jobs are "something other people's kids do." Only 30% of Americans want to work in manufacturing, a problem that Snap-On CEO Nick Pinchuk says is a bigger threat right now than robots.
The celebrity college-cheating scandal shows what people with money will do to get their kids into college. But for most affluent Americans, the No. 1 way to increase admissions odds is encouraging participation in extracurricular activities.
Colorado just reached $1 billion in total marijuana state revenue. Total marijuana sales have surpassed $6.5 billion since the state legalized cannabis in 2014.
CNBC's latest Millionaire Survey finds that America's wealthy remain confident in stocks and the economy even as trade wars persist and President Trump and the Federal Reserve spar over interest rates.
Beyond Meat CFO Mark Nelson says that growth for the plant-based protein company is occurring everywhere from the U.S. to Canada and Europe, but it is in Asia that the need for alternative meat is "desperate."