Billionaire hedge fund manager J. Tomilson Hill has a keen eye for great art that's also made for some incredible investments. Hill shared some of his personal rules for buying art with CNBC.
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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.
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
What’s the key to innovating? It’s simple, GE CEO says
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.
IPOs, especially successful ones like Pinterest, can make instant millionaires out of early employees, but they can also be the demarcation point for a new kind of workplace. There is a culture shift with a focus on shareholder concerns.
Bernardo Hees leaves at a critical time for Kraft Heinz, which is struggling to boost sales in the slow-growing food industry.
The Avengers provide notable traits to be efficient leaders. These traits include confidence, determination, and so much more. Here are the top leadership characteristics that you can learn from this beloved group of superheroes.
The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for the market open.
The open-office floor plan, now the standard for companies across the U.S., is supposed to encourage creative collaboration. So why are more workers putting on headphones to escape?
In a surprise move Spiesshofer, CEO since 2013, agreed with the board to step down and a search has begun for a successor, ABB said.
One of the first randomized clinical studies of a corporate wellness program tracking 30,000 workers reveals companies may need to temper expectations on better health outcomes and lower health-care spending. There's still more promise than payoff.
The emergence of sensor and other technologies that let businesses track, listen to and even watch employees while on company time is raising concern about corporate levels of surveillance.
Ren Zhengfei says the benefits from Trump's tax cuts could be offset by tactics that discourage foreign investment into the U.S.
Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei told CNBC the arrest of his daughter Meng Wanzhou "will make her stronger and prepare her for even greater things ahead."
5G pioneer Huawei has has never sold its Balong 5000 chip to rivals — but now it's open to selling to Apple, company CEO Ren Zhengfei told CNBC.
There are more workers over 65 now than ever before. Yet the legal safeguards shielding them from age discrimination have weakened. The Protecting Older Workers Against Discrimination Act is trying to fix that, and it has notable bipartisan support.
A new survey finds that 81% of women feel child-care cost, availability, flexibility and trust made a big difference in their decision to be in the workforce.
Eight in 10 tech companies now offer formal gender diversity training programs, a number that's been increasing steadily upward for the last three years as companies face criticism from investors, employees and the public to address the issue.
A majority of workers across the US say they do not feel their job security is threatened by technology, according to a new CNBC/SurveyMonkey workplace analysis. They may be overconfident.
Basecamp co-founder and CEO Jason Fried is speaking out against endless meetings, emails, being on call 24/7 and 80-hour workweeks. Nothing will change, he says, until people raise their hands and voices and demand: 'We need to have a life.'
CNBC's @Work Talent + HR conference convened earlier this week in New York City, featuring panel discussions on the future of work. Topics ranged from finding new sources of talent to maximizing retention and improving workforce diversity.
IBM AI can predict with 95 percent accuracy when an employee is about to leave their job. That should not scare workers, but human resource managers in today's tight labor market that do not understand how to keep employees on a clear career path.
IBM is investing $1 billion in initiatives like apprenticeships to train workers for what it calls 'new collar' jobs.
Women's Equal Pay Day is today, marking the extra three months women have had to work in 2019 to match the amount of money men made in 2018 alone. A new CNBC survey on America's workplace shows women continue to receive lower pay. That's a problem.
When professionals make decisions that harm an organization, it's often the result of an overtaxed schedule and autopilot existence. Here are 4 ways to train your mind to cultivate clarity and mental space so you can become a super-achiever at work.
Surprisingly, only 41% of respondents polled for the first CNBC/Survey Monkey Workplace Happiness Index say a higher salary is the one change that would most improve their job satisfaction. The majority chose from other, non-monetary job benefits.
The first quarterly CNBC/Survey Monkey Workplace Happiness Index measures how workers feel in five key categories — pay, opportunities for advancement, recognition, autonomy and meaning. It is an optimistic 71 out of 100.
The college admissions cheating scandal rocked higher education and dozens of individuals involved in the investigation. Jon Fortt and a panel of experts break down what it means for the future of the admissions process.
Jon Fortt discusses Apple's new subscription services, with Fast Money editor-in-chief Stephanie Mehta, Finji CEO Rebekah Saltsman, and Quartz editor-in-chief Kevin Delaney
The wellness industry has been valued at $40 billion globally, and money continues to pour into start-ups focusing on health and wellness. Early results have been encouraging, but there is much to learn about job productivity and the bottom line.
Once thought of as a last chance to vent and say good riddance to a former employer, an exit interview — when done correctly — can be used as a smart, strategic tool to propel your career forward.
Coinciding with Lyft's stock market debut on NASDAQ on Friday, the founders plan to increase the company's workforce of independent employees. This is reigniting debate in Silicon Valley about how to compensate contract workers.
Lyft claimed 39 percent of the U.S. ride-hailing market at the end of 2018.
Tim Sloan was a "great" CEO for Wells Fargo, and it's "unfair" that he has to step down, says Yale's Jeffrey Sonnenfeld.
Tesla braces investors for another quarter in the red
Microsoft kicked off tech earnings season and the stock jumped after revenue topped estimates.
Executives braced investors for another loss in the second quarter before returning to profitability in the second half of the year.
Facebook said it took a one-time charge of $3 billion due to an ongoing Federal Trade Commission inquiry.
Wirecard's report comes on the heels of an announcement that SoftBank will invest $1 billion in the company.
If Jack Dorsey could go back and build Twitter again, there are certain things he would do differently, the CEO told Ted 2019.
When asked during a Wednesday earnings call if Tesla is considering launching an insurance program, Musk says the company is working on one.
The Federal Trade Commission launched a probe into the company following the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
Popular payment app Venmo has ushered in 40 million users to its platform, its parent company PayPal announced on Wednesday.
Snap fell Wednesday after beating analyst estimates for its first quarter of 2019 as analysts anticipate a longer path to profitability.
Zuora CEO Tien Tzuo breaks down for Jim Cramer why more companies are picking up on the subscription economy to better serve their customers.
San Francisco District 4 Supervisor Gordon Mar plans to propose a 1.12% payroll tax on stock-based compensation for the November ballot.
Activist investor Elliott revealed a $1.3 billion stake in SAP on Wednesday and said it supported a new management efficiency drive, sending shares in the German business software company to a record high.
New AirPods could give a significant sales and average sales price boost to Apple's most successful new product in years.
Pew estimated that 80% of all tweets from U.S. adult users come from just the top 10% of Twitter users, who are mostly women.
AT&T posted a surprise gain in first quarter net wireless subscribers who pay a monthly bill.
Steven Spielberg felt his feelings toward streaming services were misrepresented, The New York Times reported based on sources close to him.
On Wednesday, Zipline International — the autonomous medical-delivery service that launched in Rwanda just three years ago — announced it has officially expanded its operations to Ghana. Its reach will now serve nearly 22 million people.
Venmo has changed the way people reimburse each other. But have you ever wondered whether and how the app makes money?
Salesforce invested $100 million in the Zoom IPO, following a strategy it took last year with Dropbox and SurveyMonkey.
Tesla investors await updates on service improvements, the Shanghai Gigafactory and Model 3 margins.
With Facebook set to release quarterly results Wednesday afternoon, Wall Street wants to know how well the company is preparing to make money beyond ads.
iFixit tore open Samsung's foldable phone, and found that it had gaps that could allow debris inside.
Wing has already launched a commercial drone delivery service in Australia.
Focals are the best smart glasses to hit the market. They're from a company called North, which got backing from Amazon, Intel and others. CNBC's Adam Isaak tried them out.
Apple shares are trading above their average price target, but analysts are still the most bearish they've been on the stock in 15 years.
Trump on Wednesday tweeted that a former CIA analyst, Larry Johnson, had accused Britain of spying on the Trump campaign.
Goldman Sachs underscored its lukewarm thesis on Apple and said it believes the company will ship fewer iPhones than Wall Street expects.
The two nations have unveiled an alliance designed to press governments and tech firms to unite against online extremism.
Melinda Gates, in an interview with CNBC's Becky Quick, says people living in developing countries "want to live in these types of capitalistic societies."
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