When Warren Buffett teamed up with private-equity firm 3G Capital in 2013 to acquire Kraft Heinz, he faced questions about doing a deal with a PE firm, a sector Buffett had long criticized. He insisted it was different. It doesn't look that way now.
Tesla is experiencing the same kind of skepticism that Amazon faced in its early days, says ARK Invest chief Cathie Wood.
Tesla will have the technology to pick up passengers and drive them to destinations by the end of the year, said CEO Elon Musk said on a podcast with an investor.
A majority of small-business owners expect a recession within a year, according to the CNBC/SurveyMonkey Small Business Survey. Recession fears are higher among women, Democrats and Independents.
Small-business confidence declined in the Q1, according to a new CNBC/SurveyMonkey survey. After reaching an all-time high in the Q3r 2018, entrepreneurs across the U.S. have grown more concerned about business conditions, revenue and hiring.
Warren Buffett has long supported liberal political causes, but it is not likely the billionaire would agree with the new war against stock buybacks. Buffett believes stock buybacks are an important investment option for corporations.
The market already knew the bad that would be in Apple's earnings after it preannounced weak quarterly iPhone sales, and now the tech stock is rallying, but not because the company gave investors anything to be excited about.
Netflix has outperformed the closely followed group of technology stocks known as the FAANGs in 2019. Its recent earnings showed strong subscriber growth, but there is a long-term concern that should worry investors.
A majority of corporate leaders say they are not confident they are handling collection and analysis of employee data in a responsible way, according to a new survey released by Accenture at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
Investors with at least $1 million in a brokerage account are bearish on the economy and market, according to an E-Trade survey.