Weaker-than-expected GDP data and a sharp Thursday selloff couldn't dent Chinese stocks on Friday. » Read More
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a higher open on Friday as Wall Street tried to rebound from steep losses in the previous session.
There is no border wall, no Obamacare replacement, no infrastructure program. GOP candidates instead lean on a strategy of linking Democrats with financial ruin, cultural disorder, and physical danger.
Tesla's CEO announced that the car "Costs $35k after federal & state tax rebates in California," but the list price is more than $10,000 higher.
The maker of everyday household goods like Tide laundry detergent, Pantene hair products, Crest toothpaste, and Charmin toilet paper has been defending its market share against heightened competition from private-label brands and upstart companies.
"Let the other guys keep dreaming about the future. We'll be the ones building it," actor Bryan Cranston says against a variety of scenes that seem to poke fun at today's high-tech visionaries while touching on Ford's historical American roots.
PayPal reported third-quarter earnings and revenue that topped Wall Street estimates on Thursday.
Until both countries resolve their economic and political differences, defense ties are expected to remain brittle, according to strategists.
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The European Union needs to be "sensible" in how it deals with the Italian budget crisis or the entire project could come to an end, one strategist told CNBC Friday morning.
Alibaba kicked off the festival for its annual Singles Day shopping event on Friday and hopes its "New Retail" strategy can help make it the biggest edition yet.
China has been trying to reduce its reliance on debt as well as fiscal and monetary stimulus to fuel economic growth, but the pain of the trade war with the United States is forcing a reversal.
Italian sovereign debt yields hit fresh multi-year highs Friday morning, as investors grew cautious over lending to the embattled government after it unveiled new budget plans.
The Chinese stock market is getting wiped out. That tsunami of selling has inflicted heavy technical damage on the Shanghai Composite, says one technician.
President Donald Trump praised a Republican congressman for body-slamming a reporter last year, calling him a "tough cookie" and saying he thinks it might have helped him win election in Montana.
Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon speaks with CNBC's Wilfred Frost about the markets, the U.S. economy and the Federal Reserve, U.S. relations with China and Saudi Arabia, and his transition to the CEO role.
Honeywell reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit on Friday, driven by strong sales in its aerospace and warehouse automation businesses.
He didn't understand two core business terms.
European Union negotiator Michel Barnier said on Friday a Brexit deal with the United Kingdom was 90 percent done, although there was still a chance no accord would be reached due to ongoing stumbling blocks over the Irish border.
The largest U.S. brokerage by sales force Morgan Stanley told its top brokers on Thursday that if they commit to handing off their clients to another broker at the firm when they retire, they can score bigger retirement bonuses.