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U.S. stock index futures pointed to a slightly higher open Wednesday morning, as investors monitor a flurry of corporate earnings and a fresh batch of economic data. » Read More
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European Union regulators will slap Alphabet-owned Google with a $5 billion antitrust fine for abusing the dominance of its Android mobile operating system, according to reports. » Read More
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Strategists are looking for stocks to recover their highs and set new records across the board, following Nasdaq’s push to an all-time high on what could have been an ugly market day.
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 EU is expected on Wednesday to slap Google with a big fine and order it to make some changes to how it packages its Android mobile platform with other apps. Some suspect it won't change the market.
David Solomon will get a pay raise when he steps into the role of CEO at Goldman later this year.
One of the country's largest indoor vertical farms is located east of the Las Vegas Strip and plans to produce about 9,500 servings of mixed salad per day for local restaurants.
There has been a surge in accidents tied to drugged driving in the past decade and yet there's no legal test or set penalties for driving while drugged, The Hill reports. That may change soon.
Smaller sellers on Amazon are getting suspended for inexplicable reasons.
Allies of John Kasich say he's showing the American public why he could be an alternative to President Trump if he chooses to run in 2020.
Tesla's stock took a beating Monday on the heels of a quickly-deleted tweet from Musk attacking a Thai rescue diver.
Gold has lost its shine, falling to a one-year low. But for contrarians, this may be the time to buy.
Chairman Richard Templeton will reassume the roles of president and CEO. TI said his appointment is "not temporary, and the board is not searching for a replacement."
Sara Fagen said there would need to be harsher criticism from the full body of the Senate as well as House leaders and the resignation of one or two very senior White House officials to sway President Trump's base.
Average asking rents in a dozen of 16 main retail corridors in New York monitored by commercial real estate company CBRE fell over the past 12 months.
Issues with Google Cloud Platform hit several major websites and apps on Tuesday
Uber has made big moves in the transportation space recently, adding bike-sharing and e-scooters to its platform and Uber’s Rachel Holt, who runs these “new modalities” talked to CNBC about Uber’s future strategy in the space.
Crocs unveiled a new high-heeled style of its rubber shoes and they have already sold out on Amazon. The internet can't handle it, USA Today reports.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell waded gingerly into the debate over tariffs, saying that countries embracing protectionism fare worse than those that are more open.
According to Catchpoint — a firm that monitors retailers' web performance — the glitch lasted until roughly 10 p.m. ET Monday.
The launch of the new PetCoach store comes as the pet-goods industry overall has been under increasing pressure.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports Amazon 'Prime Day' has wrapped after a rocky start but that didn't slow down the retailer's sales event.
Julian Emanuel, BTIG chief equity and derivatives strategist, and Chris Retzler, Needham Funds portfolio manager, share their outlook on the markets and where they are seeing investment opportunities.
European regulators say that Google's mobile device strategy unfairly strengthens its dominance in search, reports CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin.