The 21st Century Fox CEO stays on message at Business Insider's Ignition conference: Fox News is fair and balanced.
As part of an out-of-court restructuring process, SeaWorld Entertainment (SEAS) will eliminate 320 jobs across its 12 parks.
Stocks make away with slight gains to close out Tuesday as Wall Street shrugs off crude oil's first loss in five session.
Automakers used to spending billions on R&D want to develop their own self-driving systems. Tech giants will have to work hard to convince them to change their minds.
Alaska will be required to reduce the scope of its codeshare agreement with American Airlines,
Wells Fargo & Co. has filed court papers trying to force customers suing over its unauthorized accounts scandal into arbitration. Financial companies often find that arbitration is a good deal.
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Here is how the big management change at the coffee chain will affect investors.
Shares of Bank of America have surged over 30% in the past month.
Shares of this oil refiner could be poised for gains in the months ahead, thanks to pressure from an activist investor.
Amazon's latest retail idea, a store staffed wtih sensors and not people, could be 'huge,' according to Jim Cramer.
The Dodd-Frank Act, intended to curb risky Wall Street practices blamed for the 2008 financial crisis, gave regulators a lot of latitude to write rules. Was it too much?
The data storage device maker upped its outlook for the fiscal 2017 second quarter late Tuesday, beating analysts' estimates.
Five Below's "under $5 strategy" is still nascent, giving the retailer's shares substantial room to run. And Freeport McMoran will benefit from from the Trump building boom.
The ruling won't make Samsung's other smart phone woes go away, however.
Banks have been rallying since Donald Trump won the presidential election, as he is expected to curb regulation in the sector.
The sale of a controlling stake in security IT services firm Optiv KKR comes as Blackstone CEO Steve Schwarzman was tapped to head a business advisory forum for the President-elect.
New data aim to settle an age-old real estate debate - is selling a home in winter a fool's errand?
Barring a reversal and new rally, look for MDLZ to work lower in the weeks ahead.
While the Houston-based integrated oil major is the gold standard among its class, one research firm says peers are closing the gap, making XOM's hefty share price harder to justify.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of the South Korean electronics conglomerate on Tuesday in its ongoing legal fight with the iPhone giant.
Gold is seeing some volatility this Tuesday as markets gear up for next week's big Fed meeting.
Costco's first-quarter earnings are expected to show a strong, healthy trend for the rest of the holiday shopping season.
What TheStreet's Jim Cramer expects from Wednesday's Starbucks investor day.
CNBC's Bob Pisani said that there has been a considerable amount of debate regarding whether strategists and analysts should increase their earnings revisions for 2017.
Stocks made away with slight gains as Wall Street shrugged off crude oil's first loss in five sessions.
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