Rivian on Wednesday announced an equity investment of $500 million from Ford Motor Company.
Melinda Gates, in an interview with CNBC's Becky Quick, said people living in developing countries "want to live in these types of capitalistic societies."
Domino's reported earnings before the bell on Wednesday.
Tesla investors await updates on service improvements, the Shanghai Gigafactory and Model 3 margins.
Residents of Pecan Acres are some of America's first climate refugees. The plan to move them could become a blueprint for other endangered towns.
Caterpillar is reporting first-quarter earnings before the bell on Wednesday.
Boeing's first-quarter earnings report is expected before the market opens on Wednesday.
AT&T posted a surprise gain in first quarter net wireless subscribers who pay a monthly bill.
Homebuyers had been brushing off the slight rise in rates over the past few weeks, but as those rates move even higher, buyers are now pulling back.
U.S. government debt prices were higher Wednesday morning, as market focus remains on corporate results.
Market focus is largely attuned to earnings season, after better-than-feared figures from major companies in the previous session helped the Nasdaq and S&P 500 indexes reach record closing highs.
U.S. automakers barely have a presence in Japan, the world's third-largest car market. Some blame protectionism, others cite the tastes of Japanese consumers and a lack of investment.
Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont, who is seeking the Democratic presidential nomination, draws a pension for having once been the mayor of Burlington. His campaign co-chair, Rep. Ro Khanna of California, previously criticized such double-dipping.
Many Democrats have seized on the Mueller report, declaring it a damning account of executive incompetence and unethical conduct.
Pelosi said she is "very optimistic" about finding a bipartisan path to passing both an infrastructure proposal and a measure to cut drug prices.
Kraft Heinz's announcement that Miguel Patricio is replacing Bernardo Hees as CEO raises questions over what went wrong and what to do to fix things.
Biden will announce his candidacy through an online video Thursday and he will hold his first public event as a candidate Monday in Pittsburgh, according to a Biden aide who declined to be named.
Apple's CEO is still upset about a court battle with the FBI from 2016 following the San Bernadino terrorist attack.
Zoom rallied 72% in its first day of trading on Thursday and has continued to rise.
Ore-Ida is the latest brand Kraft Heinz is considering shedding as it scrambles pay off debt and restructure following a disastrous quarterly report.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Tuesday that President Donald Trump only avoided obstruction of justice charges because of the Justice Department's rule barring the indictment of a sitting president.
China makes use of nine satellites in orbit around the Earth, built by American companies, to boost government capabilities, the WSJ reported.
President Donald Trump's effort to stack the Federal Reserve with ideological allies has run into a familiar foe.
The event served as a distraction from Tesla's recent operational, regulatory and financial troubles, which will be in full focus during the company's first-quarter earnings report on Wednesday.
The LGBTQ community and major employers say a bill passed by the Texas Senate is a license to discriminate, giving professionals the right to turn away people based on religious beliefs. Amazon, Dell, Apple and Facebook urged Texas to drop the bill.
Elizabeth Warren, Andrew Yang and other proponents of forgiving student debt argue it will jolt the economy. But it may not benefit who you think.
Apple CEO Tim Cook said that the tech industry very much needs to be regulated but he's "not confident" in U.S. lawmakers to do it right.
Philip Morris International, the tobacco company that sells Marlboro cigarettes around the world, is getting into the life insurance business.
A Florida judge has temporarily sealed videos allegedly showing New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft receiving sexual services for pay at a massage parlor.
The fed funds rate rate has inched up to its highest level in 11 years even though the central bank has sent said it is done tightening.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Tuesday that he planned to bring forward a resolution calling for a "new community" in the disputed Golan Heights to be named after President Donald Trump.
Kushner declined to say if the plan would call for a two-state solution between Israel and Palestine.
With Coca-Cola Coffee and its acquisition of Costa, Coke is making a big push into coffee this year.
The FDA put Walgreens "on notice" in February, accusing the pharmacy chain of violating rules that prohibit selling cigarettes and other tobacco products to underage buyers.
Netflix has said it expects to reach its peak cash burn in 2019.
Food stamp recipients will be able to use online delivery services to buy groceries under a two-year pilot program that just launched in New York.
Qualcomm is already on a tear after settling its dispute with Apple.
Japanese billionaire Masayoshi Son, the founder of Japanese conglomerate SoftBank, personally lost over $130 million when he sold his position in bitcoin, the Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday.
If you signed up for Apple News+ on March 25, you'll be billed $9.99 on April 25 to continue using the service.
Nearly three dozen men and women filed a federal class-action lawsuit alleging Florida authorities unlawfully videotaped them as they received legal massages at a parlour where New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft allegedly paid for sex.
The first round of Lyft analyst notes is bullish on the newly public company as brokerages clamor to recommend the stock.
Buckingham Palace announces that President Trump has accepted an invitation from Queen Elizabeth II to visit the U.K.
The new AdvisorShares Pure Cannabis ETF, ticker YOLO, allows investors to invest in "pure plays" in the cannabis space under an actively managed structure.
Names on the move ahead of the open.
Lockheed Martin delivered first-quarter earnings on Tuesday that were far above what Wall Street anticipated.
Toymaker Hasbro reported a surprise rise in quarterly revenue on Tuesday as the box-office success of the "BumbleBee" movie drove sales of its Transformers action toys, sending its shares up nearly 9%.
Coca-Cola reported earnings before the bell Tuesday.
P&G is coming off a strong fiscal second quarter in which its bet on raising prices paid off, helping to drive sales past investors' expectations. Analysts this quarter are expecting modest sales growth of half a percent.
Twitter is set to release its first quarter 2019 earnings on Tuesday.
U.S. government debt prices were higher Tuesday morning, as market participants looked ahead to economic data and Treasury auctions.
U.S. stock index futures were slightly higher Tuesday morning, as market participants await a flurry of corporate earnings.
Presidential candidate Sen. Kamala Harris, D-California, late Monday called on Congress to take steps toward the impeachment of President Donald Trump.
A bill that would have taxed sugary drinks in California stalled Monday when the lawmaker who authored it shelved it until next year.
Human trafficking from Central America to the U.S. brought smugglers up to $2.3 billion in 2017, but cartels may not be the big culprits, Rand reports.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk said on Monday that he's "very confident" predicting autonomous robotaxis will hit the market in 2020.
As Buttigieg's national profile rises amid his underdog bid for the Democratic presidential nomination, a closer look at his record as mayor of South Bend, Indiana, reveals vulnerabilities he might face among the party's black and minority voters.
Facebook said Jennifer Newstead is joining the company as general counsel, succeeding Colin Stretch
The Republican National Committee has hired a tiny unknown firm that's run by an Army veteran and leader of a private intelligence firm for 2020 opposition research, CNBC has learned.
Procter & Gamble, Coca-Cola and PepsiCo are just some of the consumer staples giants set to report earnings this week, and experts say the group's still worth considering.
President Trump's landmark tax legislation will benefit rich households in red states more than those in blue states, a new study finds.
The Harvard-educated Marine veteran is emphasizing jobs, climate change and national security as core issues he'll address in his run for the White House.
Food companies have struggled to create growth on their own, and there is little left for them to buy.
Sales of existing homes were weaker than expected in March, but behind the headline numbers, an even more disconcerting dynamic is playing out. Both the high end and the low end of the market are faring worst due to completely different factors.
"There were no crimes by me (No Collusion, No Obstruction), so you can't impeach," the president wrote on Twitter.
A 5G-equipped iPhone with a faster cellular internet connection would give consumers a reason to upgrade from older models.
The release of Samsung's Galaxy Fold is delayed after test units broke, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Beyond Meat plans to be valued at more than $1 billion after its initial public offering.
The CDC confirmed 71 new cases of measles last week, bringing the total for the year to 626 cases. In 2010, the worst year on record since measles was said to be eradicated, the CDC confirmed 667 cases.