Howard Schultz, the former Starbucks CEO, threw his hat into the ring of 2020 presidential contenders with a call to confront the nation's debt problems. But former Obama administration official Jason Furman told CNBC the billionaire's got it wrong.
Using data from Factset, CNBC took a look by decade to find out which of Corporate America's behemoths have given the most back to their shareholders.
By all appearances, the Amazon juggernaut can’t be slowed. However, a recent report suggests the company's growth may actually be reaching its peak.
Snaps has made progress after many missteps, but an unpredictable CEO and a yet-to-be-seen product redesign still signals caution.
What it's like to come back to Facebook after a six-month absence, and some suggestions about how it can further improve the platform.
Genesis Mining is a company aiming to help mine bitcoin as the process gets more expensive and energy-intensive.
Don't let the markets' glum response to Apple's second quarter earnings report fool you — there are a number of reasons Apple investors should be upbeat.
In the battle for social media dominance, two investors give their take on how Facebook and Snapchat are faring against one another.
Don't let tranquil markets lull you, some professional investors are warning.