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Student-loan servicer Navient Corp has rejected a $3.2 billion takeover bid from two investors as it believes the offer undervalues the company.
Innovative new technologies are giving leaders the tools to shape more sustainable, profitable businesses and better engage with both employees and customers.
Medical device maker Medtronic on Tuesday beat Wall Street estimates for quarterly profit, driven by higher sales in its surgical products unit and restorative therapies group.
The first tax filing season under the new federal tax law is proving to be surprising, confusing — and occasionally frightening — for some Americans.
Papa John's investors will be disappointed as the company struggles to balance declining transactions and slumping profitability.
The U.S. auto industry urged President Donald Trump's administration on Monday not to saddle imported cars and auto parts with steep tariffs.
Stephens upgrades McDonald's shares to overweight from equal weight, saying the company's lowered expectations for 2019 "provides room for positive surprises."
Sen. Elizabeth Warren is planning to unveil a universal child care plan that would guarantee American families access to child care.
A fresh round of talks between the U.S. and China will take place in Washington, followed by higher level talks later in the week.
In a court filing, Roger Stone said his post about Judge Amy Berman Jackson was "improper."
Trump said he wanted a peaceful transition of power in Venezuela but that all options remained open.
Netflix is cancelling The Punisher and Jessica Jones in a further split from Marvel Studios as Disney prepares a streaming service of its own.
"The president does have broad authority. But he does not have authority to violate the Constitution," California Attorney General Xavier Becerra said Monday.
Kuo's predictions for 2019 include a new MacBook Pro laptop and new iPhones.
A former MLB executive vice president explains why he made the jump to esports
Techies are finding new uses for consumer devices to help monitor their aging parents, who are increasingly opting to live independently.
Brady is a Super Bowl winner and league MVP, but he's not the highest-paid player in this year's game.
The last big DC team-up "Justice League" grossed the least amount of money among DC superhero films. But that bomb was followed by huge wins with "Aquaman" and "Wonder Woman." The future of the Justice League, and Superman and Batman, is uncertain.
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Walmart beat the Street's expectation for its fourth quarter on comp sales, revenue and EPS. CNBC's Kate Rogers reports on the details of the company's guidance laid out in the conference call.
Sucharita Kodali, principal analyst at Forrester Research, and Michael Feroli, chief U.S. economist at J.P. Morgan Chase, join "Squawk Box" to break down Walmart's fourth quarter earnings report and what they are paying attention to going into the first quarter.
Alan Patricof, founder and managing director at Greycroft, joins "Squawk Box" to discuss what IPOs he's expecting in 2019.