The shares are up 3.3% and the company's trademark Service Cloud product generated $1.02 billion in revenue.
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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It's not that being a retailer is a bad thing. But investors want drugstores to reinvent their businesses as Amazon's threat looms.
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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.
Facing a skills shortage and skyrocketing costs in Silicon Valley, more U.S. companies — such as Amazon, Google and Facebook — are going to Canada to tap tech talent and open satellite offices.
CNBC's Jon Fortt and Casey Newton from The Verge discuss WeWork's IPO, ViacomCBS and more.
For 20 years Walmart has struggled to pull its online act together while Amazon.com seized nearly half of the US online shopping market. But Walmart's multibillion-dollar investment campaign now seems to be paying off.
Despite facing attacks from CDs, cassettes, and digital downloads in the past three decades, radio still reaches over 90% of adults. If you think FM music could be dead within a decade, iHeartMedia CEO Bob Pittman says you're missing the point.
CNBC's Jon Fortt, Deirdre Bosa and Sara Rathner from NerdWallet discuss Apple's new credit card.
New research shows that the current training methods for managers are leaving them unprepared to handle serious employee issues in the workplace, like harassment and bias. Companies need to better train managers, or face the consequences.
Turnover of CEOs at FTSE 100 companies is on pace for an all-time record in 2019, with 14 bosses having left or announced plans to leave their posts so far this year.
Over the course of CEO Bob Iger's tenure, Disney has acquired Pixar, Marvel, Lucasfilm and, most recently, 20th Century Fox. The first three acquisitions alone have earned Disney more than $33.8 billion at the global box office.
Teaching entrepreneurship is key for our nation's economic future. STEEM (science, technology, engineering, entrepreneurship, and mathematics) is the academic ecosystem our nation needs to remain globally competitive.
Alan Patricof calls on corporate leaders to come together to apply pressure on Washington to crack down on guns.
CNBC's Jon Fortt sits down with antitrust experts Doug Melamed and Dina Srinivasan to discuss big tech monopolies.
There were 100 million digital cameras shipped in the iPhone's first year, 2007. By 2018, the digital camera market had declined by roughly 80%.So why are the Nikons and Canons of world still trying?
The U.S. is facing a recycling crisis that is burying cities and towns in tens of millions of tons of garbage a day. Companies and municipalities are turning to AI-assisted robots to help sort garbage in recycling plants and boost quality control.
CNBC's Jon Fortt and Farhad Manjoo from The New York Times discuss Facebook's record FTC fine, Amazon's Prime Day and more.
IBM recently completed its biggest acquisition, a $34 billion deal for Red Hat. Deals like that don't happen overnight, but a senior IBM executive says the world is moving so fast that the company does need to be ready to make M&A decisions in hours.
A study released Thursday by HoneyBook examined the vacation habits of self-employed Americans. What they found: 92% of freelancers say they work during vacation to avoid losing pay and clients.
Leaders of venture capital arms at Dell and Microsoft say that corporations have gotten a lot better at competing with Silicon Valley financial VC firms for the attention of hot start-ups, and may even have an advantage today in making investments.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has been known for rash and sometimes reckless decisions. Some have punished Tesla shares. But the EV company has risen ahead of its latest earnings, and Musk's drive and bold vision remain key to the future of the auto sector.
CNBC's @Work is an exclusive three-part event series that examines the impact of new technology on three different disciplines — human resources, finance and IT. This edition of the @Work series, Human Capital + Finance, took place on July 16 in Chicago, and examined the critical role financial leaders play in shaping the workplace of the future.
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.
40% of workers are dissatisfied with opportunities for advancement, according to data from the CNBC/SurveyMonkey Workplace Happiness Survey. Experts say hard work is no longer enough to get a promotion, and the number of promotions is declining.
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.
Delta is gathering more data from customers than ever before in hopes of avoiding customer service problems and increasing customer satisfaction, its CFO says.
The CNBC/SurveyMonkey quarterly Workplace Happiness Index reveals higher-income earners are more satisfied with their jobs, find more meaning in their work and are less likely to consider quitting than those in lower income brackets.
A new survey of American workers from CNBC reveals that offering employees a mentor is critical to workplace satisfaction. Nine in 10 workers who have a mentor say they are happy.
A majority of workers consider the meaning of their work to be the most significant contributor to their overall happiness. However, there is a life-cycle component to what workers want from their job.
Dell and Microsoft venture capital arms are investing in AI start-ups that have products to help companies manage data and harness machine learning to gain a competitive advantage.
A new survey of American workers from CNBC and SurveyMonkey reveals that one-third of employees have considered quitting in the past three months. Just 16% of these workers say they're "very satisfied" in their current job.
"I don't want to do business at all because it is a national security threat," Trump told reporters.
Trump said Cook made a "good case" that it would be difficult for Apple to pay tariffs, when Samsung does not face the same hurdle because much of its manufacturing is in South Korea.
The MacBook Pro recall and its subsequent ban from flights underscores the increasing brand risk from problems with lithium-ion batteries.
Coinbase security chief Philip Martin explains, "Possession of a key is possession of your currency. What that means is that you can't revoke a cryptocurrency key, if that key is lost, compromised, there is no ability to get [the value] back."
Experts say the timing of Amazon executives' contributions to Rep. David Cicilline likely reflect the company's heightened urgency over growing regulatory scrutiny.
The company's S-1 lays the groundwork for what is widely expected to be one of the largest initial public offerings of the year.
Despite aggressive technical strides, Waymo needs one thing before its self-driving cars become a seriously useful transportation system: people. We talked to the ones closest to it.
Trump's tweet comes a day after Apple put out a press release describing the money it spends on U.S.-based suppliers and vendors.
Daniel Povey, a professor who was fired by Johns Hopkins University, said he will no longer go work at Facebook after the company asked him to work as a contractor while it investigated circumstances around his firing.
As part of his new proposal to combat hate and violence, O'Rourke wants to make social media companies liable for users' hateful content.
The report follows several other executive shake-ups in the past year.
YouTube posted jobs seeking candidates for "Strategic Partner Managers" for both progressive and conservative political publishers.
Siri outperformed Google Assistant in correctly responding to commands, the study's authors said.
Air travelers faced delays at U.S. airports on Friday afternoon after a computer issue snarled processing of international arrivals.
An image in Apple's iOS 13 beta release to developers could offer a clue to its fall event date where it is expected to announce its newest iPhones.
Rising competition from Chinese rivals, a shift to more advanced OLED panels and slowing demand for smartphones have led to falling off take and weak prices of LCD panels for South Korean display makers.
Several technology companies have been building up chip-development capabilities. For Jensen Huang, most of them are not yet at any meaningful size.
Nvidia's revenue was down year over year again, but it still beat estimates, sending the stock upward.
Jeff Bewkes, former CEO of Time Warner, sold his company to AT&T in a deal that closed last year. But Bewkes told CNBC that he believes vertical integration is a "fairly suspect premise."
Former AOL CEO Jon Miller revealed to CNBC that he held talks to acquire both YouTube and Facebook in 2006 but never got support from the Time Warner board to close the deals.
Chinese government-controlled enterprises are opting to work with local vendors rather than American-owned companies, says Cisco Systems CEO Chuck Robbins.
Google now lets you set assigned reminders, so you can ask someone else to pick up the milk on their way home.
Sen. Gary Peters asked Facebook's CEO to respond to questions about the company's audio collection practices and cast doubt on his testimony.
Cloudflare has been at the center of controversies. Now it's looking to capitalize on having such a major user base.
Here's how to find your Apple Card number on your iPhone if you need to make a purchase that requires you to enter in a card number, expiration date and security code.
Tencent reported second-quarter revenue on Wednesday that missed analyst expectations, but the company beat forecasts on earnings.
The Vision Fund said it completed a $110 million investment in Swiss start-up Energy Vault, which creates renewable energy storage products.
Walmart's latest quarterly earnings report just revealed how the biggest retailer in the world is being even more aggressive to take on Amazon.
The new Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) Donations program is meant to encourage third-party sellers to donate unsold inventory, rather than having Amazon destroy it.
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