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Shares of Walmart soared on Thursday after the retail giant reported second-quarter earnings. After beats of similar magnitude, the stock continues to outperform.
Bobby Bose, co-founder and CEO of payments platform, Ezetap, explains why encouraging employees to sell, even if it's outside the job description, is critical to the business.
Rich American couples who have about $5 million are more likely to have an amicable divorce, says one divorce lawyer. This insight comes from writer Lauren Vinopal's exploration on Fatherly of why the upper middle class — dubbed "the fighting class" — fights the most about money. Couples
One of Wall Street's most bullish Nintendo analysts raises his forecast for the video-game maker's stock price. Nintendo will launch mobile-game Dragalia Lost, Switch Online and 1P Switch games soon and gain China market share. Jefferies, one of the biggest Nintendo bulls on Wall Street, says
Apple usually launches new Apple Watch models in September. Rumors suggest the new Apple Watch could have a larger screen, better battery life, and new health features. A new government filing from the Eurasian Economic Commission suggests that Apple is preparing six new Apple Watch models for launch
Ringing today's opening bells are Bernhard Langer, 2018 Payne Stewart Award recipient, ringing the NYSE bell for Southern Company, and Dr. Tom Leighton, Akamai Technologies CEO, ringing the Nasdaq bell to celebrate the company's 20th anniversary.
Hedge funds are making record bets against long-term US Treasurys. Jeff Gundlach, the founder of DoubleLine Funds, warns that these investors could be in for pain if Treasurys in fact rally. Speculators have nailed the drop in Treasurys (and rise in yields) so far this year, but their record wagers
The Nintendo Switch is finally getting the support from third-party developers and publishers that fans have been craving for years. Unfortunately, many high-end third-party games are difficult to port to the Nintendo Switch — and that will only become more challenging when the next versions of the
Too much enthusiasm can be unappealing to potential investors, who would rather see an entrepreneur who's highly prepared. Some research suggests that passion can grow over time the more effort an entrepreneur puts into their business. Wasserman is the founding director of the Founder Central Initiative
Today's bell ringers are Bernhard Langer, 2018 Payne Stewart Award recipient, ringing the NYSE bell for Southern Company, and Dr. Tom Leighton, Akamai Technologies CEO, ringing the Nasdaq bell to celebrate the company's 20th anniversary.
Saudi Arabia has been in talks with the electric-car maker Lucid Motors, Reuters reported Monday. JPMorgan cut its price target for Tesla to $195 from $305 on Monday, citing the fact that funding for a go-private deal had not been secured as CEO Elon Musk originally said. Tesla shares sank more than
Fitbit has unveiled the Charge 3, a new fitness tracker and an upgrade to the two-year-old Charge 2. The Fitbit Charge 3 has a touchscreen displace, is waterproof, and has more in-depth fitness and wellness tracking. Fitbit said that "true" fitness trackers continue to sell nearly as well
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Tom Leighton, Akamai Technologies co-founder and CEO, joins the 'Squawk Box' team to discuss the company celebrating its 20th anniversary.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on Trump's latest tweet about White House counsel Don McGahn and a story about him in The New York Times.