Guggenheim downgraded Apple to neutral from buy and removed its prior $245 price target. UBS cut its 12-month price target on Apple to $225 from $240 and lowered iPhone unit sales estimates for the current quarter to 73.5 million from 75 million. » Read More
U.S. stock futures pointed to a higher open on Wednesday after the release of inflation data that were largely in line with expectations.
The White House is delaying auto tariffs while it puts together a report on the impact that imported vehicles has on national security, according to a Bloomberg report.
Consumer prices climbed 0.3 percent in October, with higher prices for gasoline, used autos and housing contributing to the increase.
Small-cap stocks are coming close to entering the dreaded death cross, a technical development that traditionally suggests weakness ahead for an asset. And if history is any indication, that may signal trouble for the broader market.
Uber announced its first consumer-facing loyalty program called "Uber Rewards" that - depending on the level of membership - will reward users with dedicated phone support, complimentary upgrades and access to the highest-rated drivers.
CNBC's Todd Haselton reviews the Amazon microwave, which lets you talk to Amazon Alexa to reheat coffee, defrose frozen meat and more. It can even order more popcorn when you run out. Here's what you need to know, including Amazon's bigger gameplan.
Macy's has been testing new technology and other concepts like mini marketplaces in stores to lure shoppers and grow sales.
Authorities reported six more fatalities from the Northern California blaze, bringing the total number of dead so far to 48.
A Twitter exchange led to Cuban's fund, Radical Investments, putting $250,000 into Perlara's $7.4 million fundraising round. Now, Cuban's investing again to find treatments for an extremely rare disease called Leigh syndrome.
While in private business, acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker walked away from a taxpayer-subsidized apartment-rehabilitation project in Iowa after years of cost overruns, delays and other problems.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Fidelity Investments has new guidelines out to help workers in other countries save for retirement. Here's what benchmarks they should be hitting.
Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff compared using Facebook to a deadly cigarette addiction in a wide-ranging interview with Recode editor Kara Swisher. The interview is set to air on MSNBC on Nov. 18 at 10 p.m. ET.
United Healthcare members enrolled in the Motion program can get an Apple Watch for the cost of taxes and shipping alone, if they reach certain fitness milestones.
The U.K. and European Union are reported to have reached a provisional agreement over Brexit but before anyone gets too excited there are huge hurdles to overcome to get the draft deal approved on all sides.
Randal Quarles, the Fed's vice chair of supervision, said more changes are coming that will allow community banks relief from the post-financial crisis capital requirements
Amazon is opening offices in New York, northern Virginia and Nashville and paying all new employees an average of $150,000.
New research by LinkedIn finds that education boosts workplace happiness and confidence.
Dijana Ilieva manages to live on her own in a two-bedroom Manhattan apartment and still give thousands of dollars to a nonprofit she helps run, #HashtagLunchbag.