As the U.S. exchanges blows with global trading partners in a widening series of conflicts, candidates across the country have had to adapt to a changing trade landscape. » Read More
The president's assertion that Russia was no longer targeting America with cyberattacks put him at odds with his own intelligence agencies for the second time in as many days.
Sanders may also take questions on comments the president made on Tuesday regarding U.S. security guarantees to Montenegro.
Chanos also denies Musk allegations about sharing insider information and paying journalists.
The bulls rushed in to save Netflix from the worst of its post-earnings drop and that's a bullish sign to one equity strategist.
Greenhaven Associates' Edgar Wachenheim III believes that shares of Citigroup are set to double.
With Satya Nadella at the helm, Microsoft has oriented itself around products that are growing faster than Windows. The company's stock has responded well to Nadella's changes.
In the early morning on Sunday, July 15, Intel broke the Guinness World Record for simultaneously flying 2,018 unmanned aerial vehicles. The previous record of 1,374 was held by China's Xi'an City Wall with drones made by EHang.
Geopolitical risks like rising trade tensions between the U.S. and other nations could crimp demand for corporate travel.
The Mexican peso and Canadian dollar both moved slightly higher after President Donald Trump said the U.S. may do a trade deal with Mexico and then do a deal with Canada later.
Hedge fund manager Samantha Greenberg is a big believer in the future of Take-Two Interactive.
Carlyle Group's David Rubenstein said House win for Democrats tougher because of continued strength of the economy.
Stores that sell car batteries, mufflers and other parts are facing new pressure since Amazon started selling auto parts online last year. Big retailers like Walmart have also jumped into the fray, in part, to compete against Amazon. So far, auto parts retailers have been spared from sharing the same fate as Barnes & Noble, Toys R Us and so many other companies rendered redundant by Amazon.
A number of districts detailed how the uncertainty over escalating trade disputes between the United States and China, Europe, Canada, Mexico and elsewhere, were already hitting firms to varying degrees.
The yield on the 10-year Treasury note, the benchmark used to price all kinds of loans, is acting like it is ready to break out.
Facebook users may not care if the company gets the fake news problem right, but getting it wrong exposes the company to long-term legal risk.
Google has been hit with a record fine for competition abuses related to its mobile operating system, Android. What does this mean for the world's largest search engine?
Corning just released its latest product: Gorilla Glass 6. It is tougher than Gorilla Glass 5 and will be available on consumer devices later this year. CNBC got a behind-the-scenes look at how Corning makes some of the toughest glass in the world.
Butina is charged with conspiring to act as an agent of a foreign government, and is accused of conspiring with Russian agents to infiltrate a U.S. gun rights organization as part of "a covert Russian influence operation."
The head of the Federal Reserve ripped into cryptocurrencies on Wednesday, saying they present serious risks to investors.