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CNBC: Top News

Uber growth slowed and losses widened between Q2 and Q3, as company expands into new businesses

Uber's losses have ticked up and growth has slowed from last quarter according to the company's self-reported financials.

EU's Cecilia Malmstrom says she hopes European Union nations will approve the draft Brexit deal

If British Prime Minister Theresa May did indeed get the government in the U.K. with her, "that's certainly a positive development," Malmstrom says.

Obamcare early enrollment rate drops in first sign-up season since GOP changes

Obamacare sign-ups on the federal health insurance marketplace fell by 20 percent in the first two weeks of this enrollment season compared to last year, according to new federal data.

A record number of tick diseases were reported last year, US officials say

U.S. health officials say more than 59,000 cases of tick-borne diseases were reported last year.

How Michelle Obama used scrutiny over her style to her advantage

"I tried to reframe it as an opportunity to learn," wrote Michelle Obama in her new book.

Pot stocks: Still 'better at growing their bank accounts than growing cannabis'

Cannabis companies Tilray, Canopy Growth and Aurora Cannabis all took big stock hits after earnings losses outweighed revenue growth. While demand is high, marijuana growers are struggling to increase

Short seller Andrew Left has his doubts about Canadian pot stocks, says he's betting against Canopy

Citron Research's Andrew left reiterated his bet against the Canadian cannabis industry, telling CNBC that he's short Canopy Growth and Cronos Group in addition to his already disclosed wager against

Amazon says it will bring 50,000 jobs to its two new headquarters—here's how to land a job there

CNBC Make It spoke with Sean Kelley, Amazon Worldwide Operations Talent Acquisition Director, about what it takes to land a job at the company.

Mitt Romney is telling friends he wants to be on the Senate Finance and Commerce committees

Utah Republican Senate elect Mitt Romney plans to submit requests to join at least three Senate committee posts, including the Finance and Commerce committees.

Rep. Kevin McCarthy elected GOP leader in the House for next Congress

The California Republican and current majority leader put down a leadership bid from Rep. Jim Jordan.

As Macy's shrinks its stores, CEO Jeff Gennette says this is what he will do with the extra space

Macy's is testing smaller stores to save money, leaving it with room to bring in other retailers or mini fulfillment centers, according to CEO Jeff Gennette.

At least 13 countries are interested in buying Russian missile system despite threat of US sanctions

Several of the countries want to avoid regulatory hurdles that come with dealing with the U.S., according to a person with knowledge of the matter.

Brent crude is going back to $75 after likely OPEC supply cut, Goldman commodities chief says

Jeff Currie, head of commodity research at Goldman Sachs, believes investor positioning and one particular trading strategy are largely responsible for deepening the oil market rout in recent days.

10 states where Medicare Advantage will be the cheapest in 2019

Nevada is home to low taxes, casinos and affordable Medicare Advantage plans.

This chart of soybean prices signals traders see US-China trade deal progress

Soybean prices may be signaling some optimism about trade, ahead of President Donald Trump's meeting at the G20 with Chinese President Xi Jinping.

UK's May to give short Brexit statement after cabinet meeting

British Prime Minister Theresa May will give a short statement to media later on Wednesday after she finishes a meeting of her senior ministers to win their approval for a draft Brexit divorce deal.

SurveyMonkey stock shoots up as more businesses buy in

Wednesday's surge reverses a downward trend for the recent IPO company.

Everybody's taking pictures with the iPhone's fancy new Portrait Mode — here's how to use it

People always talk about how great the Portrait Mode camera is on Apple's new iPhones. CNBC's Todd Haselton will walk you through how to use Portrait Mode on your iPhone, and how to even adjust some

Safety group releases 'worst toys' list for this holiday season

The Massachusetts-based World Against Toys Causing Harm released this week its annual list of toys it says could present choking, strangulation, eye and other hazards.