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J. Tomilson Hill, one of the world's top art collectors, said the art market is unlikely to cool or crash anytime soon, due in part to soaring demand from new museums in China.
Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan said that the adoption of technology at the second-biggest U.S. lender has allowed him to cut 100,000 workers in less than a decade.
Sears says liquidation sales are coming soon for 142 stores. It wasn't immediately clear which locations would be going dark.
Delta Air Lines has started selling tickets on its new Airbus A220 jets. Flights will begin in January from New York aboard the planes whose sale Boeing disputed last year, saying they were illegally dumped in the U.S. below cost.
J.P. Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon, BlackRock CEO Larry Fink, Blackstone CEO Stephen Schwarzman and now Mastercard CEO Ajay Banga will not be attending an investment conference in Saudi Arabia later this month, CNBC has learned.
Evercore ISI upgrades shares of McDonald's to outperform from in line.
The Apple Watch could prove useful for patients undergoing knee and hip replacement surgeries by tracking their activity level after the procedure.
U.S. retail sales barely rose in September as a rebound in motor vehicle purchases was offset by the biggest drop in spending at restaurants and bars in nearly two years.
The 73-year-old bottle of French Burgundy sold at a Sotheby's auction for more than 17 times its original estimate of $32,000.
Amid popular backlashes against globalism, Michelin chief executive Jean-Dominique Senard believes corporations have a duty to dedicate more of their resources to sustainability and ethical practices.
In one of Wall Street's starkest divergences, the shares of big asset managers have been trampled during this year's bull run.
If the history of corporate relocations teaches us anything, it's that CEOs often move their companies near their homes. After buying The Washington Post in 2013, Bezos bought the most expensive home in Washington, D.C., paying $23 million.
David Tepper downplayed the prospect of another financial crisis in the short run.
"Counter to what most people think, many of the extreme actions we took were not done to make a profit; they were done to support our country and the financial system," the CEO said to employees in the message obtained by CNBC.
The Vikings new “Huddle” may just be the solution for both the NFL and America. Vikings COO Kevin Warren tells us more at our Net/Net Minneapolis event on September 12th.
More than half of the Fortune 500 companies from nearly 2 decades ago cease to exist today. Here’s what Fred Haberman has to say about innovation that keeps companies afloat at the latest Net/Net event in Minneapolis on September 12.
At our Net/Net dinner in Minneapolis, Vikings COO Kevin Warren and former NFL linebacker Pete Najarian sit with Tyler Mathisen and dive into the reaction to the Nike ad.
GE CEO John Flannery talks about turning around GE, why he never stops asking why and the reason he won’t run GE from the center
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Gary Kelly shares the number one skill he needed to learn after moving from CFO to CEO
Why Tilman Fertitta won’t take his company public again
Southwest Airlines CEO and CFO share their secrets on innovation, leadership and how they fuel that famous Southwest company culture
The full interview with Steve Ballmer.
VC Jim Breyer discusses the transformative promise of artificial intelligence with CNBC's Kelly Evans. Also, his take on Facebook, Amazon and the Valley.
Jim Cramer explains why it's only a matter of time before investors come around on Alphabet.
Jim Cramer speaks with Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson, who says that his coffee giant's business in China has been built "in China, for China."
Culp tells CNBC GE has "got plenty of opportunities through assets sales" to reduce the company's leverage.
Jim Cramer speaks with Funko CEO Brian Mariotti, who says his toymaker's popular big-headed dolls and other products serve as "an index fund of pop culture."
Tesla tapped Telstra CFO Robyn Denholm, already a Tesla independent board member, as its new chairman. Critics say she will be a rubber stamp for Musk; others that she may be able to counterbalance his impulsive ways.
Jim Cramer explains how FANG's movements can be attributed to being in an ETF.
Jim Cramer sits down with Take-Two Interactive Software Chairman and CEO Strauss Zelnick to discuss the release of his video game company's newest blockbuster.
Jim Cramer sits down with DowDuPont CEO Ed Breen to talk about the industrial giant's upcoming split.
Alibaba CEO Daniel Zhang is preparing to take over the role of chairman from company co-founder Jack Ma.
Google's 'bungee program' allows employees to step into the full-time roles of peers, such as those on maternity leave. The concept promotes the work/life balance and development opportunities that are important to retaining top millennial talent.
Jim Cramer reveals why the White House remains the best source for stock opportunities.
Jim Cramer sits down with Etsy President and CEO Josh Silverman after earnings to hear how his online handmade goods retailer is faring.
Jim Cramer consults the charts to see where the tech company is headed after recent declines.
Jim Cramer speaks to John Ferriola, the chairman and CEO of steel producer Nucor, about his company's recent performance and the nationwide demand for steel.
The stock purchases come just one week after IBM announced a $34 billion proposed acquisition of Red Hat.
With many tech companies enjoying worldwide prominence, many headquarters have now become architectural wonders in their own right. Both the state-of-the-art buildings and lifestyle are fascinating to outsiders.
Jim Cramer explains why he thinks McDonald's has even more upside after its latest earnings report.
Jim Cramer and Foursquare CEO Jeff Glueck discuss the under-the-radar location technology company's latest deals and competitive advantages.
Jim Cramer and Just Capital co-founder Paul Tudor Jones explore how the private sector can bring social change.
Jim Cramer and billionaire hedge fund manager Paul Tudor Jones discuss the possibility of stocks entering a bear market.
The Securities and Exchange Commission and Department of Justice are investigating Tesla's Model 3 production projections, the company says in a filing.
NBC News canceled Kelly's morning talk show last week after she made controversial on-air comments about blackface.
Jim Cramer details how big advertisers are key to the social media company's revival.
Jim Cramer sits down with Wingstop Chairman and CEO Charlie Morrison, who speaks to his company's technological initiatives.
The letter, and first-time inclusion of Canada, suggests Facebook's legal challenges are far from over — and potentially broadening.
Schools can no longer insulate its students from the unpredictability of technological progression and disruption. The result: new, nontraditional education options are beginning to proliferate.
Mark Zuckerberg tells analysts that video, messaging and Stories are the key to Facebook's future.
As advancing technology continues to drive the demand for tech skills, companies are getting fiercely competitive when it comes to snagging — and keeping — the best talent on the planet. Yet there is a basic way for smaller companies to win the war.
The taxi app Careem recently secured $200 million in fresh funds from Saudi Arabia.
Jim Cramer breaks down the action in Facebook's stock after its earnings report.
U.S. stocks fell on Monday as a decline in Apple shares, a strong dollar and lingering worries about global trade offset positive news on the dealmaking front.
Jim Cramer explains why it's only a matter of time before investors come around on Alphabet.
Lumentum is not the only supplier that's going to be negatively affected by Apple's woes, AlphaOne Capital Partners' Dan Niles says.
Jim Cramer unpacks Monday's sell-off and says a combination of seven factors will help the stock market find a bottom.
Retail giant Amazon will have two additional headquarters in New York City and Northern Virginia, the Wall Street Journal reported Monday night.
As Amazon sets out on a hiring spree with the launch of its new HQ, Sandi Lin, one of the company's former "bar raisers," explains what interviewers are looking for.
Salesforce has chosen a Microsoft executive to lead its customer service business after giving up on its small-business product.
Chipmaker Advanced Micro Devices is up 85 percent this year, but the stock got pummeled Monday, leading the broader sector lower.
Lee was the creator of dozens of now-iconic comic-book heroes, including Spider-Man, X-Men, the Avengers, the Fantastic Four and Black Panther.
The fact that all the FANG names were down 2 percent to 3 percent, and the industrial and energy sectors were down 1.5 percent each, points to a bigger problem.
One of Apple's facial recognition suppliers cut its outlook based on a reduced shipment request from one its largest customers. Shares of Apple slid 5 percent on the news.
Quarterly concerns around iPhone demand have become close to routine for Apple — as global smartphone sales slow and upgrade cycles grow longer.
Shares of Facebook fell on Monday to their lowest close since April 2017 as U.S. stocks declined across the board. The company has endured a turbulent year in 2018 tied to the spread of fake news and its handling of user data.
Trump's tweet follows a call earlier Monday by the American Cable Association for the Department of Justice to investigate Comcast.
In recent months, Facebook, Google and Twitter have faced intensifying claims of online censorship and an environment that's not welcoming to right-leaning employees.
A study conducted by academic researchers found that students who limited their daily use of Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat to 10 minutes each per day experienced significant declines in depressive symptoms. This study claims to be the first to find a direct causal link between cutting back on social media use and improvements in loneliness and depression.
Square's $25 million investment in Eventbrite is now worth $61.9 million, according to a public filing last week.
Nick Bell led Snapchat's media efforts, including its Discover vertical and recent investment in more original content.
Apple and other big tech names need to recover for the overall stock market to rebound, says CNBC's Jim Cramer.
TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said Apple will ship 70 million iPhone XR units, 30 million fewer than Kuo originally expected. Kuo's note explains why he believes Apple will ship fewer than he originally anticipated.
Amazon closed in a bear market Monday as the e-commerce giant added to a 20 percent decline from all-time highs reached back in September.
SAP is buying Qualtrics, nabbing the company just before its planned IPO.
The stock traded as high as $37.80, just shy of the $38-per-share price that Vista offered to take the company private.
SurveyMonkey stock rises following Sunday's news that SAP plans to acquire chief rival Qualtrics for $8 billion in cash.
We're getting closer to the time where a cyber event will prove to be business ending, and Moody's wants to be able to find companies with the most exposure
Apple topped the list of mobile phone vendors with the highest gross merchandise value, beating Chinese companies like Huawei and Xiaomi.
The acquisition values Athenahealth at $135 per share in cash.
CNBC reviews the 2018 Chrysler Pacific Hybrid, the best family car you can buy right now. If you need cargo space, skip the crossover SUV and consider this instead.
Virgin Hyperloop One's newly appointed chairman said he hoped talks with Saudi Arabia would take place "in the next few months."
Research from the World Economic Forum looked into what executives in different regions class as the biggest threats to firms.
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