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Natural gas prices surged in panicky and volatile morning trading, after the latest cold weather forecasts raised fears that the U.S. is heading for a potentially colder-than-expected winter with too little gas supply.
Innovative new technologies are giving leaders the tools to shape more sustainable, profitable businesses and better engage with both employees and customers.
With billions of dollars pouring into original programming for over-the-top services, Disney is stepping into the middle of a "food fight," Malone said.
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan said Wednesday he is "beginning to see the first signs" of inflation in the U.S. economy, speaking in an interview with Bloomberg on Wednesday.
The Justice Department told Trump, before he tapped Whitaker for the job, that he could appoint Whitaker as acting head of Justice. Whitaker was named to the post a week ago, after Trump fired Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
A newly released proposal from Atlanta shows that it offered Amazon the chance at its own train car to deliver goods throughout the city if it was selected as the location for HQ2.
Billionaire Steve Cohen sees the U.S. economy slowing and predicted a bear market is coming as early as 18 months from now, according to a report by the Financial Times on Wednesday.
Randal Quarles is the Federal Reserve's vice chairman for supervision and oversees the nation's banking industry. He is speaking to the House Financial Services Committee for an update on where the banking industry stands.
Uber announced its first consumer-facing loyalty program called "Uber Rewards" that - depending on the level of membership - will reward users with dedicated phone support, complimentary upgrades and access to the highest-rated drivers.
Randal Quarles, the Fed's vice chair of supervision, said more changes are coming that will allow community banks relief from the post-financial crisis capital requirements
Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff compared using Facebook to a deadly cigarette addiction in a wide-ranging interview with Recode editor Kara Swisher. The interview is set to air on MSNBC on Nov. 18 at 10 p.m. ET.
UnitedHealthcare members enrolled in the Motion program can get an Apple Watch for the cost of taxes and shipping alone, if they reach certain fitness milestones.
Macy's has been testing new technology and other concepts like mini marketplaces in stores to lure shoppers and grow sales.
The former central banker said the Fed is normalizing its policy rate at around half the speed it had in previous years.
The White House is delaying auto tariffs while it puts together a report on the impact that imported vehicles have on national security, according to a Bloomberg report.
Big U.S. pension funds and private money managers are asking gun makers, dealers, retailers and others involved in the firearm industry to engage with them on a set of principles they have developed to promote gun safety.
The U.K. and European Union are reported to have reached a provisional agreement over Brexit but before anyone gets too excited there are huge hurdles to overcome to get the draft deal approved on all sides.
Later this month, Bloomingdale's will open a store within its flagship department store in New York on 59th Street for high-end LG Electronics appliances. It will also sell those items on its website.
Richard Yu, CEO of Huawei's consumer business, told CNBC that the augmented reality glasses could be ready in "one to two years."
Liberty Media chairman John Malone speaks with CNBC’s David Faber on Netflix’s success in the media industry and on Wall Street.
Ed Morse, global head of commodities research at Citigroup, discusses the recent downturn in oil prices.