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With more mouths to feed than ever before, the world will soon have to balance the competing pressures of meeting the nutritional needs of billions more people.
The investor reaction to Macy's and Walmart's earnings this week — both exceptionally good — was unexpected. Walmart shares soared by more than 9 percent, while Macy's went into an almost free fall. Here's why.
In an interview with The New York Times published Thursday, Tesla CEO Elon Musk said he sometimes takes Ambien because it's "often a choice of no sleep or Ambien."
"I think it's very sad what they've done to Paul Manafort," Trump says as the jury deliberates in the first of two federal criminal trials facing the former Trump campaign boss and lobbyist.
The number of convicted inmates in federal prison without citizenship sunk about 22 percent from fiscal 2011 to 2016 — before Donald Trump was inaugurated as president — according to a government watchdog's new study released Thursday.
Turkey's financial crisis is rippling through the economy, shutting down power plants and threatening the supply of life-saving drugs, The New York Times reports.
Supporters of Peter Strzok, the FBI agent that was fired for sending anti-Trump texts to his girlfriend, have donated more than $325,000 to cover his legal costs, USA Today reports.
Investors pulled money from both stock and bond funds in the past week, and shifted money within U.S. equities to health care and out of tech and financials.
Shares of Tesla tumbles as much as 8.9 percent after a New York Times feature outlined some serious struggles for CEO Elon Musk.
Musk said in the interview he now needs Ambien to sleep, but board members are concerned that the drug isn't having the intended effect for Musk, the New York Times reported.
La Liga plans to bring a regular season club match to the United States, the first to be played outside of Europe.
Campbell Soup has tapped Goldman Sachs to look at the possibility of selling off some of its businesses to help pay down debt left in the wake of its $6.1 billion acquisition of pretzel maker Snyder's Lance earlier this year, people familiar with the review tell CNBC.
The Pentagon announced the decision to cancel the planned November parade hours after CNBC reported that the event would cost $92 million – $80 million more than an initial estimate given in July.
Deere reported weaker-than-expected earnings on Friday as rising costs take a bite out of the tractor company's bottom line.
Raymond James lowers its rating on Walmart stock to outperform from strong buy.
At an internal meeting on Thursday, Google CEO Sundar Pichai told employees that Google was "not close" to launching a search product in China.
Here's why San Francisco is not as ready as one may think when the next big earthquake hits.
The Galaxy Note 9 is the best Android phone you can buy — but it's loaded with features that a lot of people probably don't really need, CNBC's Todd Haselton says.
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Lowinn Kibbey, Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute global head, discusses the toll that helming a company can take on an executive as investors question Tesla CEO Elon Musk's state of mind following the wide-ranging interview with The New York Times.
Paul Meeks, chief investment officer and portfolio manager at Sloy, Dahl & Holst, discusses semiconductor stocks and his top picks now with Sara Eisen.