A top executive at FedEx is flagging serious concerns in the global economy.
FedEx issued weak full-year 2019 earnings guidance, the second time it has slashed its outlook since December.
Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao on Tuesday sent a memo to Calvin Scovel, inspector general of the department, formalizing the request.
The nomination would come amid intense scrutiny over the FAA's approval of the Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft involved in two fatal crashes.
The administration is granting Iraq a renewed 90-day waiver exempting it from U.S. sanctions on Iran, a State Department official told CNBC on Tuesday.
Insta360 sells cameras that are able to film 360-degree video. The company raised $30 million and its CEO, JK Liu, told CNBC that it is now looking ahead to an initial public offering in 2020.
Zulresso is an IV injection used to treat the sometimes life-threatening condition of postpartum depression, which is a major depressive episode that occurs following or leading up to childbirth.
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A list of interns who worked on President Donald Trump's new "Economic Report of the President" includes the "real-life" names of Batman, Spider-Man and Captain America, "Monty Python" member John Cleese, and "Star Trek" character Kathryn Janeway.
Tesla and its CEO face dozens of investigations and lawsuits from government agencies, former employees, shareholders and more.
For the first time in more than three decades, investors can buy shares of Levi Strauss & Co., the world's biggest jeans seller.
California's attorney general joined a coalition of two dozen other state attorneys general on Tuesday in opposing the Trump administration's efforts to delay a consumer protection rule for payday lenders.
Lyft won't list on the Nasdaq until the end of March but one Montana-based investment firm is already rating it a "buy."
The State Department on Tuesday announced the U.S. signed an agreement that would allow American rocket companies to operate from Brazil.
Music publishers are suing Peloton after the maker of video-streaming exercise bikes allegedly used more than 1,000 musical works without permission.
Ivanka Trump says the changes would make American higher ed more "affordable, flexible and outcomes-oriented," but critics say the plan doesn't address the root causes of the college affordability crisis.
Jim Cramer says all of the rising on the market is not justified, but investors have some breathing room.
The Dow closed lower while investors puzzled over conflicting reports over the progress of U.S.-China trade negotiations.
Atlassian is seeking to make some money from some free users of Trello, its task-management app.
Lyft has set an indicative IPO price range of $62 to $68 per share and is set to price the IPO on March 28.