• By CNBC   -   Feb 22, 2018

    BARCLAYS CEO JES STALEY HAS 'NO PLANS TO LEAVE' DESPITE WHISTLEBLOWER INVESTIGATION

    Barclays CEO Jes Staley has no plans to leave the British bank despite an ongoing investigation by regulators.

  • By CNBC   -   Feb 22, 2018

    GOLDMAN SACHS SEES A GREATER THAN 95% CHANCE OF A FED RATE HIKE IN MARCH

    Goldman Sachs is all but certain the Federal Reserve will hike interest rates next month.

  • By CNBC   -   Feb 22, 2018

    EXPLOSIVE DEVICE THROWN AT US EMBASSY BUILDING IN MONTENEGRO

    An unknown person threw an explosive device at the U.S. embassy building in Podgorica, Montenegro, before blowing himself up.

    U.S.
  • By CNBC   -   Feb 22, 2018

    WALMART HAS A PLAN TO SELL MORE FURNITURE ONLINE

    Walmart is offering its first glimpse of a redesigned Walmart.com, starting in the home department.

  • By CNBC   -   Feb 22, 2018

    FED'S QUARLES PUSHES FOR GRADUAL RATE HIKES, REVIEW OF CRISIS-ERA BANK REGULATIONS

    Inflation running slightly below target shouldn't deter the Fed from raising interest rates, Fed Governor Randal Quarles said in a...

    Running
  • By CNBC   -   Feb 22, 2018

    TOP US TREASURY OFFICIAL SLAMS CHINA'S 'NON-MARKET BEHAVIOR'

    A top U.S. Treasury diplomat accused Beijing of "non-market behavior".

    U.S., Market
  • By CNBC   -   Feb 22, 2018

    BOND YIELDS MOVING FROM 'SWEET SPOT' TO RISKIER AREA WHERE THEY COULD THREATEN STOCK MARKET GAINS

    The 10-year Treasury yield is getting dangerously close to 3 percent, which would set off alarm bells for some stock investors.

    Market
  • By CNBC   -   Feb 22, 2018

    UNLIKE OTHER SOCIAL APPS, IRL WANTS TO PRY TEENS AWAY FROM THEIR PHONES

    A new app called IRL aims to get teens to break their addiction to selfies and likes.

  • By CNBC   -   Feb 22, 2018

    HOUSE REPUBLICAN OVERSIGHT CHAIR SEEKS EPA CHIEF'S TRAVEL DETAILS

    Gowdy questioned a statement made by an EPA spokesman that Pruitt had a "blanket waiver" enabling him to fly first class, which he...

    Travel, Republicans
  • By CNBC   -   Feb 22, 2018

    BUSINESS LEADERS SHOULD TAKE A STAND ON SOCIAL ISSUES SUCH AS GUN VIOLENCE, SAYS YALE MANAGEMENT GURU

    CEOs have a social responsibility to take a stand on gun violence, says Yale management guru.

  • By CNBC   -   Feb 22, 2018

    DEFINITION OF WHAT'S ACTUALLY AN 'ASSAULT WEAPON' IS A HIGHLY CONTENTIOUS ISSUE

    Exactly what constitutes an "assault weapon" is a very contentious issue and something that riles up some gun advocates.

  • By CNBC   -   Feb 22, 2018

    US IS LOOKING AT POTENTIAL NEW SANCTIONS AGAINST RUSSIA

    US is considering new sanctions against Russia in response to election meddling and a cyber attack last year.

    Election
  • By CNBC   -   Feb 21, 2018

    HERE'S HOW TRADERS TALKED THEMSELVES INTO A SELL-OFF

    If the Fed meeting had been held now, with all the information that's come out since January, traders believe it would have been more...

  • By CNBC   -   Feb 21, 2018

    TRUMP'S PICK TO HEAD INDIAN HEALTH SERVICES DROPS OUT AMID CONTROVERSY OVER RESUME AND FINANCES

    Robert Weaver's claims of management experience at a Missouri hospital have been questioned.

    Health, Finance
  • By CNBC   -   Feb 21, 2018

    TRUMP SHOWS SUPPORT FOR ARMING TEACHERS TO PREVENT SCHOOL SHOOTINGS

    President Donald Trump spoke with survivors of school shootings at the White House on Wednesday.

    Donald Trump
  • By CNBC   -   Feb 21, 2018

    KYLIE JENNER SLAMS SNAP REDESIGN ON TWITTER, THEN TWITTER BOTS PILE ON

    A Kylie Jenner bot latched onto a tweet by the real reality TV star, spamming her and her followers with links to a hazardous website.

  • By CNBC   -   Feb 21, 2018

    TELEGRAM IS HOLDING A SECRETIVE SECOND PRE-ICO SALE

    The company is raising even more cash for its controversial blockchain-powered network.

  • By CNBC   -   Feb 21, 2018

    FACEBOOK IS USING A.I. TO PREDICT WHEN USERS MAY BE SUICIDAL

    Facebook has started using artificial intelligence to spot people who could be at risk of suicide.

  • By CNBC   -   Feb 21, 2018

    RISING BOND YIELDS STOMP OUT STOCK RALLY AFTER FED REPORT CONFUSES MARKET

    Stocks and bonds duked it out over how to interpret the Fed's latest minutes, and it seems the bond market is winning.

    Market
  • By CNBC   -   Feb 21, 2018

    AMAZON CLOSES UP 1% AFTER STOCK SOARS PAST $1,500 FOR THE FIRST TIME

    Amazon shares hit a new all-time high on Wednesday, surpassing the price of $1,500 apiece for the first time.