The company said it is cooperating fully with the SEC. Kraft Heinz also said it is improving internal procedures.
U.S. negotiators are reportedly demanding that China support the yuan — which is something Beijing already wants to do, experts told CNBC.
Rascoff recently oversaw a tumultuous transition for Zillow as the home buying platform moved into mortgage lending and buying and selling homes.
Some Tesla customers say the company left them stressed and stranded, waiting months to be paid back for returned cars or canceled reservations.
China's debt problem is set to get worse this year, predicted Morgan Stanley, but the good news is, it expects that the country will not fall back into the specter of the risky shadow banking sector like before.
Canada's Barrick Gold is said to be considering a hostile bid for Newmont Mining for about $19 billion in stock.
Choupette, the feline companion of Chanel chief Karl Lagerfeld, could be poised to inherit millions of dollars after his death on Tuesday.
Pinterest joins other tech companies like Lyft, Uber and Postmates that are all expected to go public this year.
Harris currently leads Democrat Dan McCready by about 900 votes in the contest.
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Tickets for "Captain Marvel," featuring Academy Award winner Brie Larson in the title role, went on sale in January. They have outpaced presales of DC rival "Wonder Woman," at the same point in the ticket sales cycle.
Dropbox beat estimates in the top and bottom lines and had more new paid users than expected. The stock moved lower after the company gave guidance.
French bank Societe General is planning to cut thousands of jobs at its global banking and investor solutions unit, as it looks to offset cost pressure from regulation, Bloomberg reported.
In an effort to boost falling sales in the region, Apple introduced two-year financing to Alipay users who buy their products.
The Trump administration, which abruptly announced in December that it was pulling out of Syria, said Thursday that it will keep 200 U.S. troops in the country for now.
Venezuela's opposition lawmakers are forging ahead with plans to confront a government blockade that has kept tens of millions of dollars in humanitarian aid, mostly supplied by the U.S., from flowing into the country.
The majority of S&P 500 companies that were concerned about the Jeff Bezos-led e-commerce giant in late 2017 are beating the broader market.
Saudi Aramco has signed an agreement to form a joint venture with Chinese conglomerate Norinco to develop a refining and petrochemical complex in Panjin city.