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Airbnb CEO and fellow co-founder Brian Chesky has said that the company has big ambitions for this year.
OPEC, Russia and other major producers could help drive oil prices back to $60 per barrel, but that would be a green light for shale.
Steve Eisman is now betting on individual stocks mostly rising in a relatively healthy financial market.
The S&P and Nasdaq reached record levels shortly after the open on Tuesday.
Amazon's first smartphone was a dud, but Alexa and other additions could help make a second device a real winner.
A chaotic seven days in the White House started with the abrupt firing of then-FBI Director James Comey.
Dr. Robert Pearl tells CNBC he would prioritize updating old technology and overhauling the way doctors and hospitals get paid.
Airbnb is now worth more than all but one hotel company. Its next big market to upend may be air travel, and your flight booking.
James Altucher gives his best advice to the class of 2017.
All of these leaks against Trump suggest one thing: There may be a coup attempt brewing in Washington to oust him, says Jake Novak.
Still, Canaccord Genuity upped its Apple price target to $180 in anticipation of increased iPhone sales in 2018.
Manafort's company never paid $36,000 in taxes that would be due on the loan, NBC News reports.
TipRanks identified the top analysts covering the technology sector and their top picks right now.
Here is how CNBC chose the 2017 Disruptor 50 list of private companies that are revolutionizing their industries — and the world.
MKM Partners reiterates its buy rating for Alibaba and expects "strong results" when it reports earnings on Thursday.
Starbucks' payment system was reportedly down and baristas were unable to complete transactions, according to Twitter users.
I did Reykjavik on the cheap and still had a blast.
Don't weep too much for the $3 trillion industry's magnates: there were still plenty of billions to go around.
The Food Network star shared her advice exclusively with CNBC.
Sorry, Wall Street. There never really was a Trump trade, says financial advisor Josh Brown. Here's what's really driving the market.