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As third-quarter reporting season approaches for automakers and suppliers, analysts have been shaving earnings forecasts for a group that has already been slammed by profit worries and trade war concerns.
Innovative new technologies are giving leaders the tools to shape more sustainable, profitable businesses and better engage with both employees and customers.
Officials remain convinced that continuing to gradually increase interest rates is the best formula to preserve a steady economy, according to minutes released Wednesday, despite what the president thinks.
Tesla has lost more than a dozen executives in the last twelve months. Gilbert Passin, the company's VP of manufacturing who held several roles during his nine-year tenure, is among them, sources say.
Barclays estimated Netflix is on pace to add 27.4 million subscribers this year — an "incredible" rate of subscriber growth the firm said is nearly as many as HBO has added in the U.S. across the last 40 years.
In swing districts such as New York's 19th, Democrats have tried to leverage health care to their advantage while taking care not to move too far to the left on the issue and open themselves to GOP attacks.
The proposal is largely symbolic, since Zuckerberg holds absolute control of the board.
A U.S. Treasury employee has been arrested and charged with leaking mulitple reports about suspicious financial transactions to media outlets. The woman, Natalie Mayflower Sours Edwards, will face criminal charges in New York.
The market doesn't put enough value on the contribution of the conglomerate's massive $200 billion stock portfolio, according to analysts from J.P. Morgan.
Canadian cannabis companies have already struck multibillion-dollar partnerships and joined major U.S. stock indexes, while marijuana remains illegal at the federal level in the U.S.
Netflix's cash burn hit a record level last quarter as the company increased its spending on original content.
President Donald Trump's comments follow remarks from Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Tuesday, in which he blamed rising budget deficits on social safety net spending rather than the GOP's tax cuts.
American and Chinese officials have suggested that the leaders of the two countries may be able to advance talks at the upcoming G-20 summit in Argentina. Asked about that possibility, Ross suggested it was unlikely that much would be accomplished there.
Twitter had previously identified Iran and Russia as the source of fake accounts and coordinated misinformation campaigns, but had largely limited the scope to around the 2016 U.S. presidential election and the upcoming midterm elections.
Indicted California GOP Rep. Duncan D. Hunter's father came out swinging Tuesday against his son's Democratic challenger in a bizarre press conference where he called the Latino Arab-American candidate a "security risk."
Campbell Soup heirs who hold roughly 41 percent of the company's shares come out in support of the soup giant in its battle with activist investor Dan Loeb.
A spokesperson for the Irish Data Protection Commission told CNBC on Tuesday that the Facebook security breach in September, in which hackers accessed information from user accounts, affected 3 million European citizens.
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President Donald Trump's new tweet denying a financial stake in Saudi Arabia comes amid a growing furor over suspicions that the country's rulers ordered the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi in the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul.
CNBC's Kate Rogers reports that Alcoa announced a $200 million stock buyback.
CNBC's Mike Santoli and Steve Grasso of Stuart Frankel discuss the state of the markets after stocks rebounded from session lows on Wednesday.
Paul Meeks, who ran the biggest tech fund in the world during the dot-com boom, explains why a tech rebound is unlikely.