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Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne's deteriorating health forced the company to replace him on Saturday. The company's president told employees in an emotional letter obtained by CNBC.
Genesis vehicles have been widely praised, but dealer troubles and a lack of awareness are big challenges.
Democrats have a prime opportunity to take a House majority in November and the path likely has to go through eastern Pennsylvania districts that benefit the party following redistricting.
A closer look at Elon Musk's recent comments raise a reason for concern: The prospect that new orders may not be keeping up with Tesla's long-awaited production ramp-up.
The top U.S. military commander on the Korean peninsula said Saturday that the material needed for North Korea to make nuclear bombs is still intact.
Mark Sanford, who lost his primary to a pro-Trump insurgent, warned the president's style was making the GOP the "party of Donald Trump."
Board members of the pizza chain are in a battle with founder John Schnatter. The company may consider a tactic to prevent him from taking control.
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Sergio Marchionne, the maverick auto executive who created and oversaw nearly a decade of growth at Fiat Chrysler, has been replaced as CEO of the automaker amid ongoing health struggles.
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Trump's own legal team decided to release a tape of Trump and Michael Cohen discussing a possible payment to a Playboy model, which had been deemed "privileged" in a federal court, a source with knowledge told CNBC.
Hillary Clinton added to the chorus of President Donald Trump’s critics of his recent summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin, which she called “alarming on many levels."
An arcane pilots' union rule is capping the number of seats United will be able to put on its new regional jets.
The cyclist he expects the podcast will bring in between $700,000 and $1 million over the course of this year’s three-week Tour de France.
Maria Butina, an alleged agent of the Russian government, participated in meetings with U.S. Treasury and Federal Reserve officials in 2015, according to Reuters.
Last year's tax bill made some changes to ABLE accounts, an easy and relatively inexpensive way to save for the future needs of someone with a disability.
A ride-sharing driver in St. Louis who reportedly live streams his passengers has been suspended by Uber and Lyft for violating guidelines.
The bond market event that investors need to be following isn't Trump's sudden attack on the Federal Reserve or the rising interest rates that current Fed policy is dictating, but the risk of an inverted yield curve. It is a recession precursor.
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