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Target held its own special one-day sale in tandem with Prime Day, offering shoppers who spent $100 or more a deal on its Shipt delivery service.
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 ride-hailing business has flipped the taxi industry industry on its head. Companies like Uber and Lyft are raking in billions by disrupting local markets, but drivers on the road have a different strategy to maximize profits – diversification.
Macquarie Research lowered its rating on shares of Twitter to "neutral" from "buy" on Wednesday, saying the stock has achieved the firm's upgrade in April after moving nearly 50 percent move higher.
Harley-Davidson is front and center in Trump's trade war. Here's how big the company really is.
The European Union just hit Google with a record antitrust fine for abusing the dominance of its Android mobile operating system.
New buyers are clearly struggling, and that is apparent in the type of loans for which they are applying.
U.S. government debt prices were mixed Wednesday morning, as investors awaited fresh economic data.
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.
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.
President Donald Trump and his political action committee spent $274,000 on ads on Facebook since early May, the New York Times reports.
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.
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.
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.
Larry Kudlow, Council of Economic Advisors (CEA) chairman, talks to CNBC's Jim Cramer about working in the Trump White House and his vision for the economy.
Self-made millionaire Marcus Lemonis talks about some of his embarrassing purchases and bad investments.
Jason Furman, former Council of Economic Advisors (CEA) chairman, weighs in on the economy and ways to take control of rising deficits.