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Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak told an audience of Silicon Valley veterans that he's still a company employee after four decades. » Read More
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Customers in New York, Boston and Miami will be able to see and sit in the Model 3 for the first time in those cities.
Ethan Perlstein didn't shy away from sharing everything with CNBC, including his personal salary, rejections and revenues.
Rich Templeton is being replaced at the help of Texas Instruments after 14 years.
"I don't imagine there has ever been an investment that big in this country," Trump said.
The study found that the electric weapon reduces the rate of police injury, it also determined police use of firearms remained unchanged.
Mayors and elected officials are already making their pitch.
Apple CEO Tim Cook believes there's plenty of money to go around after the tax bill's passage, according to CNBC's Jim Cramer.
Uber and SoftBank completed their long-awaited investment agreement on Thursday.
Former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick ignored warnings from other execs about self-driving truck company Otto and ex-CEO Anthony Levandowski.
CNBC ranked cities based on key criteria the company cited in its pitch for incentives.
Mike Moritz of Sequoia Capital has joined Y Combinator's Sam Altman in praising China's start-up culture over Silicon Valley's
It’s simple and profound.
Three bids from the Washington, D.C., area made it to the final list for Amazon's second headquarters, the highest representation among all regions.
Whether it's self-driving cars or diagnosing diseases faster than ever before, digital disruption is enabling an intelligent society.
Civil liberties advocates say the bills does too little to safeguard the privacy of Americans.
Value investor Bill Nygren shares his market views in an interview Thursday on CNBC's "Halftime Report."
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