U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer will meet with officials from the European Union and Japan at the ministerial meeting of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) in Paris.
The United States sees signs the Syrian government may be using chemical weapons, and warned that Washington and its allies would respond "quickly and appropriately" if this were proven.
Trump's latest tariff increase — and Beijing's counterpunch — are hitting U.S. companies in China, according to a survey of American firms in Asia's largest economy.
A Chinese official in Hong Kong is urging the quick passage of legal measures to allow fugitives to be transferred to the mainland.
Shares in Asia were poised to rise at the open on Wednesday following a positive finish overnight on Wall Street, though trade tensions continue to linger between the U.S. and China.
Trump wrote in a letter to Democratic congressional leaders that lawmakers should pass the United States-Mexico-Canada trade pact before taking up any infrastructure bill.
GAC Motor said its delaying its launch in the U.S. but had no timeline when it could launch there.
Talks between the world's two largest economies have stalled after each nation lobbied higher tariffs on the other's imports.
Jim Cramer says there's a shortage of buyable stocks on the market and that money managers are staying out of these sectors.
The California Senate approved legislation to create state-chartered cannabis banks to help the industry get around federal restrictions.
Tesla has reduced the prices of its two most expensive models, raising concerns about fading interest in its cars and whether the company can generate enough cash to pay all the bills.
As of Tuesday, an imminent deal seems unlikely, with both countries refusing to compromise, Cramer said.
President Donald Trump announced his pick for the next secretary of the Air Force Tuesday.
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The scientific community is now struggling to grapple with the ethics of human germline editing as another woman pregnant with a gene-edited baby is soon due to give birth.
Alzheimer's is "very, very difficult to solve and it's going to require new technology to do it, and i just don't think we have the technology," Andreessen Horowitz general partner Jorge Conde said Tuesday at CNBC's Healthy Returns conference.
The cost of the newest alternative meat products, so far, is a tiny bit prohibitive for my fast-casual restaurants, says restaurateur Bobby Flay.
Pure's results for the fiscal first quarter were below analysts' estimates, and revenue guidance was also disappointing.
A New York lawyer and a Napa Valley vintner have admitted to participating in the college admissions bribery scheme.
CBS plans to renew discussions for Starz with Lions Gate in the coming weeks, according to people familiar with the matter. If a deal happens, the remainder of Lions Gate could pursue a deal with MGM for additional scale.
Donaldson was chief of staff to former White House counsel Don McGahn, who on Tuesday defied the Judiciary panel's subpoena to testify about special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe. Hicks is the former White House communications director.
"Single payer is the Democratic equivalent of real and replace. It'll never be legislated because the details are too hard," President Barack Obama's former budget chief says.
California on Tuesday filed a legal challenge to the Trump administration's plans to terminate a grant of nearly $1 billion for the state's high-speed rail project.
The economist thinks the Fed ought to pay more attention to financial markets when setting interest rates.
Turkey must cancel a multibillion-dollar deal with Russia and buy the U.S.-made Patriot missile system or face removal from Lockheed Martin's F-35 program, forfeiture of 100 promised F-35 jets and imposition of U.S. sanctions.
Former Facebook executive Alex Stamos said Mark Zuckerberg should hire a new CEO and turn his focus to building products.
"It would be a violation of trust to broadcast the episode," the director of programming at the station told NBC News.
Microsoft is starting to distribute the first of two major Windows 10 updates for 2019. This version has some useful additions.
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As shopping has shifted online and styles have evolved, Ascena has been grappling with sagging sales and a large debt-load. Looking to stem the losses, Ascena is turning to pruning its less successful brands.
Winfrey stressed the importance of taking small, purposeful steps.
Bezos's comments give a rare glimpse into his interest in the auto industry, in which Amazon made its first entry recently through two investments in auto startups, Rivian and Aurora.
The launch comes as Apple's laptops have been criticized for a keyboard design that users say breaks easily and results in key presses resulting in doubled-up characters or not registering at all.
The Twitter co-founder and Obvious Ventures partner spoke about Beyond Meat on Tuesday at Collision Conference in Toronto.
Binky Chadha, chief equity strategist at the firm, expects the market to pull back over the next three months before quickly bouncing back up.
Comcast is working on a device to monitor people's health at home, as well as some media and communications services, according to people familiar with the plans.
Connecticut state Sen. Alex Bergstein's divorce case with her husband, Morgan Stanley managing director Seth Bergstein, has exposed her new romantic relationship with her former campaign manager, Nichola Samponaro.
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Stock pickers are having their best year in a decade, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
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Craig Irwin of Roth Capital Partners said Apple tried to buy Tesla six years ago for a higher price than where the stock now trades.
The rigorous work schedule and pressure faced by U.S. doctors have them "stressed to the point of breaking" and struggling with the highest suicide rates among any profession in the U.S.
The White House has threatened to slap another round of 25% tariffs on roughly $300 billion in Chinese goods that would include apparel and footwear, leading retail executives to speak out about how this would hurt their businesses.
Speaking with CNBC's Jim Cramer from the "Healthy Returns" conference in New York City, Novartis CEO Vas Narasimhan says cannabis is "not a focus" for the pharma company.
Japanese automakers say they generated more than 1.6 million jobs in the U.S. at manufacturing plants, dealerships and suppliers. Of those jobs, more than 94,000 people are directly employed by the companies.
The California state Senate is considering legislation that would ban law enforcement's use of facial recognition technology in body cameras.
Sterling jumped on Tuesday afternoon following a report that Prime Minister Theresa May will allow lawmakers a free vote on a second Brexit referendum.
The Time's Up Legal Defense Fund, the American Civil Liberties Union and fast-food workers coalition Fight for $15 said Tuesday that they have filed 23 new complaints against McDonald's.
CNBC's Jim Cramer says Morgan Stanley cutting its worst-case forecast on Tesla so drastically from $97-per-share appears to be a gimmick.
Nicorette is launching its first major product innovation in 10 years, a coated ice mint lozenge. The brand was first approved to help people quit smoking in 1984.
Tesla shares are careening out of control this year, and charts suggest another double-digit drop before hitting their next level of support.
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Fans wondering if "Game of Thrones'" ending was the "true" ending of George R. R. Martin's "A Song of Ice and Fire" novels got an answer from the author himself Monday night. Yes and no.
"Let me be clear: this committee will hear Mr. McGahn's testimony, even if we have to go to court to secure it," Nadler said.
The move, which was expected, has set up an early legal test of the president's strategy of fighting off congressional oversight by rejecting the legitimacy of subpoenas he argues are motivated by politics.
Sales of existing U.S. homes fell 0.4% in April compared with March to a seasonally adjusted annualized rate of 5.19 million units, according to the National Association of Realtors. Sales were 4.4% lower compared with April 2018.
A California Democratic lawmaker on Monday formally introduced a bill to offer tax breaks to film and television productions that relocate from states with restrictive abortion bans.
Coca-Cola is partnering with Netflix to bring back New Coke to promote the third season of "Stranger Things."
The Fed should take its cues from falling bond yields and lower short-term interest rates, says conservative economist Art Laffer.
The FDA struck the wrong balance on its oversight of the e-cigarette industry, former commissioner Scott Gottlieb said Tuesday at CNBC's Healthy Returns conference.
Sanders plans to introduce a measure that would give hourly Walmart workers a seat on the retailer's board, according to The Washington Post.
"We are now embarking on a new Long March, and we must start all over again!" Xi Jinping said.
"Shaking up entrenched industries can do [a] world of good," says Richard Branson, whose first venture was a mail order record business that he built into Virgin Records.
Susquehanna has a neutral rating on the stock and a price target of $42 per share.
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The return of point-of-sale loans is shaking up the way consumers, especially millennials, are making purchases.
Boeing shares rose Tuesday after a Wall Street Journal report said aviation officials believe a bird strike may have caused the crash of a 737 Max in Ethiopia in March.
For every 5% drop in Greater China sales, Apple's earnings per share should fall about 15 cents, Credit Suisse tells clients.