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"The reversal yesterday was a bit ugly," Art Cashin tells CNBC.
European regulators handed Alphabet a fine of 2.4 billion euros (about $2.7 billion), the record-breaking result of a seven-year-long investigation.
Darden Restaurant's CEO doesn't think Amazon's planned acquisition of Whole Foods will stop millennials from eating out at restaurants.
JPMorgan resumes coverage of Alibaba with an overweight rating, saying its new marketing data services will boost its financial results.
"Many think that Sprint really had its back against the wall" with T-Mobile, Wells Fargo analyst Jennifer Fritzsche says.
The company's Board of Directors will begin searching for his replacement immediately.
The company plans to appeal the fine and penalties levied against it by the EU on Tuesday.
Google is fined a record 2.4 billion euros for the company's shopping business practices.
Uber's tumultuous six months of scandal is likely to mark the first of many equality crises in the tech industry, Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff told CNBC.
Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff told CNBC that despite an unprecedented rally among high-growth technology giants, some FANG stocks still remain undervalued.
Benioff revealed on Tuesday that he has been at his most aggressive with President Donald Trump when advising him to implement apprenticeship schemes.
Google has been hit with a record 2.4 billion euro ($2.7 billion) fine for competition abuses related to its shopping business. What does this mean for the world's largest search engine?
The travel industry seems to always have its hand out — sometimes literally.
Apple released the first public preview of iOS 11 on Monday, which we've been playing with for a couple of days. Here's a first look.
If businesses and governments aren't careful, innovation could exacerbate inequality, business leaders warned at "Summer Davos" in Dalian, China.
Fintech firms are worried Brexit could see the UK lose passporting benefits and access to talent, says TransferWise CEO Taavet Hinrikus.
André Borschberg, chief executive of Solar Impulse, says electric propulsion technology can address criticisms of the aviation industry.
Brad Keywell of Uptake Technologies, whose clients include Warren Buffet's Berkshire Hathaway, said companies need to be more vigilant.
Johnson Controls CEO, Alex Molinaroli, says in spite of slowdown worries, he remains upbeat about achieving double digit growth in China.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg hasn't said he's running for president, but his travels and speeches look and sound like someone who is.
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