Satellite radio company Sirius XM is acquiring music streaming service Pandora in a $3.5 billion all-stock deal, the companies announce.
In a story published Sunday, The New Yorker reported that Senate Democrats are investigating a new allegation against Kavanaugh from when he attended Yale University in the early 1980s.
Brent crude breached $80 a barrel on Monday on the back of a tightening oil market and OPEC leaders signaling they won't be immediately boosting output.
U.K. broadcaster Sky has recommended its shareholder accept an offer from Comcast for a $40 billion takeover.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Some investors aren't buying the dip in Micron, which is down 15 percent this month and warned about tariffs' impact on its earnings.
Saudi Arabia remains committed to listing shares of state-owned oil giant Aramco on the stock market, but CEO Amin Nasser says he can no longer offer a timeline for the initial public offering.
After five years of complications in his personal life and injury woes, Tiger Woods reasserted his status as the best front-runner in the history of golf.
Randgold Resources Ltd said on Monday it agreed to the terms of a recommended share-for-share merger with Barrick Gold Corp.
Shares of Amarin were more than 290 percent higher in premarket trading Monday.
U.S. fashion group Michael Kors has sealed an agreement to take control of Italy's Versace, sources told CNBC on Monday.
After the bell Friday, around $2.8 trillion in equities reshuffled into the newly created communications services sector. Those changes leave the tech sector looking a little different to investors.
The bank is opening 50 new branches in Philadelphia, Delaware and southern New Jersey over the next five years.
Elan Musk unveiled prototypes of Tesla's solar roof tiles in October 2016, but the announcement came before the product was ready for mass production.
Don't annoy your boss or colleagues.
The latest round of taxes targeting U.S. and Chinese goods went into effect Monday, raising the stakes in an escalating trade war between the world's two largest economies.
A 1,200-page bill to reauthorize the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) would require the FAA to set minimum dimensions for passenger seats and prohibits airlines from involuntarily removing passengers from flights.
One New England city offers nearly $80,000 worth of incentives.
The world's second-largest economy is in the midst of an intensifying trade war, but that's just one of many challenges it has to face.