"Once a case is over, it's not an ongoing investigation," Martin County Sheriff William Snyder told CNBC. "There has to be a specific reason not to release a public record. And the fact that there is sexual activity is not an exemption"
A new Comcast device will allow its broadband-only customers to watch streaming video without an outside connected device.
Apple's stock rose more than 3 percent on Thursday, putting the stock on pace for its ninth positive day in the past 10 days of trading.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell's assertion this week that the U.S. economy remains strong is facing a stern test from the bond market.
MillerCoors filed a lawsuit Thursday against Anheuser-Busch InBev, claiming that its rival's Bud Light ad shown during the Super Bowl is false advertising meant to deceive customers.
Midwest states downstream were set on Thursday for a relentless surge of the Missouri River.
Following a stronger-than-expected initial public offering, Levi Strauss's CEO Chip Bergh is only expecting the beloved denim retailer to grow.
Right now, Wall Street is spending a lot of time debating what year from the past looks most like 2019 – and what that means for the market outlook.
Nearly 20 Russian missiles that the U.S. is currently unable to defend against were recently moved to a military testing site, according to people who have direct knowledge of American intelligence reports.
Dwayne Johnson's "Bend Boundaries" collection launched Thursday with a series of videos showing Johnson working out in his gym.
The billionaire co-founder of Microsoft reveals how he learns from books most effectively.
That refund check may seem exciting, says Orman, but it's actually a red flag.
The case involves a Marine veteran who is demanding that the Department of Veterans Affairs provide him with retroactive disability payments for post-traumatic stress disorder he developed while serving in brutal battles in Vietnam.
The automaker "delivered a strong year of earnings in a highly volatile environment in 2018," says CEO Mary Barra.
Names on the move ahead of the open.
"Sometimes, all you need is the right organization to offer up the opportunity."
Stone's recent gag order in his case lodged by Mueller "inspired a steady rain of support," former Trump political advisor Michael Caputo said.
For Burger King, its new $5 monthly coffee subscription is a way to get customers into their stores in the morning to check out their other breakfast offerings, Restaurant Brands CEO Jose Cil said.
The passwords of up to 600 million users dating back to 2012 were stored as plain text on Facebook servers.
Blue jeans giant Levi Strauss & Co began trading on the New York Stock Exchange at $22.22 a share, after having priced its initial public offering at $17 a share the night prior.
The electric car maker says former employees stole proprietary Tesla documents useful to their new employer Zoox, and used company information to try to poach other Tesla employees.
Republicans are already plotting to retake some of the California congressional seats they lost in 2018 to the Democrats, and one of the issues they're talking a lot about is the Green New Deal.
Rite Aid shareholders have approved the company's reverse stock split, the company announced Thursday, a move aimed at keeping the drugstore chain's shares trading on New York Stock Exchange.
U.S. officials seeking a China trade deal are focused on long-term changes to that nation's economy. But President Trump wants to reduce the trade deficit and wants China to purchase more goods, according to two people briefed on discussions.
T-Mobile is piloting a home web service that will provide 4G LTE braodband to homes, a step toward using 5G to offer internet everywhere.
An IPO and subsequent public disclosures would open the company and its underlying tech up to heightened scrutiny.
Rising oil prices at the start of 2018 prompted Trump to unleash a Twitter barrage against OPEC. History looks poised to repeat itself.
"It's not easy to start. You make your rookie mistakes, you come back. He's a great guy," CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
New Jersey and Philadelphia recently signed into law bills that ban stores that do not accept cash, citing issues of discrimination.
Boeing jets in Ethiopia and Indonesia lacked two safety features in their cockpits because the company charged extra to install them.
If no one wins the ultimate bracket challenge, there's also a guaranteed $100,000 prize.
Apple has launched three new hardware products ahead of a big launch focused on its TV service.
Sales of utility vehicles of all kinds that are dominating the American are critical to the automaker's long promised "renaissance," Cadillac President Steve Carlisle said in an interview.
The comments appear to run slightly counter to Sen. Elizabeth Warren's proposal to dismantle some of Silicon Valley's giants.
Uncle Sam would shave tens of millions of dollars off the windfall before it even reaches the winner.
Facebook said its artificial intelligence requires a large amount of content to learn patterns that would help it detect harmful content.
Here are the biggest calls on Wall Street on Thursday
The Trump administration is preparing a new push to help U.S. companies build the next generation of nuclear power plants overseas.
"It's kind of like this retirement loophole trick," says one CFP.
The jobless claims report pointed to still strong labor market conditions, though the pace of job growth has slowed after last year's robust gains.
The move in mortgage rates followed Fed Chairman Jerome Powell's announcement that the central bank would end the so-called run-off of bonds from its balance sheet sooner than most expected. That caused the yield on the 10-year Treasury to tumble.
Shares of clothing company Guess tanked nearly 14 percent in the premarket Thursday after reporting earnings that missed analyst expectations.
After months of waiting, the 2019 IPO pipeline will finally open on Thursday with Levi Strauss. It is a perfect moment for the long-stalled IPO market.
Current CFO Bob Shanks is retiring at the end of the year, as had been widely expected.
Names on the move ahead of the open.
After pulling out of the American market in the early 1990s due to poor sales, Fiat staged a comeback in 2011. Despite grand expectations, a number of analysts are questioning the flagship brand's long-term viability in the U.S.
Snow sport seasons are getting shorter, due to warmer temperatures. That is already having a distinguishable financial impact on residential and resort properties that profit from snow.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is now investigating the plane's original certification process.
Financials are in a funk. There is one name in the group that is setting up for a breakout, though, according to Todd Gordon of TradingAnalysis.com.
Darden Restaurants, Olive Garden's parent company, reported earnings Thursday before the bell.
CNBC's Todd Haselton reviews the long-awaited Apple iPad Mini, a powerful but compact tablet that fans of the more compact form factor will love.
Beau Jessup has made a name for herself in China with her lucrative baby naming service.
President Donald Trump aimed new blasts of invective at the late John McCain, even claiming credit for the senator's moving Washington funeral and complaining he was never properly thanked.
European leaders are meeting on Thursday to decide whether to grant the U.K. an extension to its Brexit departure due on March 29.
J.P. Morgan says there's still room for a global run-up in equities — but "the most important thing" is whether the world economy responds to efforts to spur its growth.
The 10-year Treasury yield returned to its lowest level since January 2018 after the Fed hinted it won't need to hike rates again this year.
The findings are likely to fuel worries over the possibility that Russia may influence upcoming EU elections.
Analysts are urging investors to stay away from shares of Chinese tech firm Meituan Dianping, with the company's stock in the doldrums since it listed last September.
U.S. stock index futures were lower on Thursday morning, as investors are still digesting the Fed's latest comments.
U.S. President Donald Trump has on several occasions hit out at the Federal Reserve for raising interest rates, claiming that such an action was harmful to the U.S. economy.
Despite the rally in global equity markets, revenues in the first-quarter of 2019 was one of the worst in recent years, CEO of Swiss-bank UBS told CNBC.
Countries including Germany and Thailand have not banned Huawei from their 5G networks despite the U.S. government urging allies to do so.
Shares of semiconductors companies in South Korea soared during Thursday's trading session after earnings results from Micron.
New crash tests show pickups with some of the oldest designs could struggle to protect passengers riding in the front seat.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says New Zealand is immediately banning assault rifles, high-capacity magazines and "military style semi-automatic rifles" like the weapons used in last Friday's attacks on two Christchurch mosques.
"I call this a lucky game that went wrong," says contestant Tony Oriente.
Chris Kong has cooked for celebrities such as Guy Savoy, Daniel Humm and, reportedly, Beyonce. But, last year, the 32-year-old quit the glitz and glamour of Michelin-starred kitchens for his own.