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CNBC: Business

Cramer Remix: Why China has much more to lose in a trade war

Jim Cramer explains how China's manufacturing-based economy leaves it vulnerable to U.S. trade tariffs.

Cramer's lightning round: With those fundamentals, I can't recommend GameStop here

Jim Cramer shares his take on callers' favorite stocks at lightning speed, including a video-game retailer that could soon be acquired.

With Caviar, Square is trying to bring the 'omnichannel' experience to restaurants: CFO

Jim Cramer hears from Square CFO Sarah Friar, who explains how her company leverages small business data to make transactions more seamless.

Cramer: Wall Street short-sellers are losing because they're overestimating the trade war

Jim Cramer says hedge fund managers are looking at the U.S.-China trade war the wrong way.

FedEx: Amazon's new delivery service 'should not be confused as competition'

FedEx executive VP Rajesh Subramaniam downplayed Amazon's logistics threat during the company's most recent earnings call, saying its new delivery service "should not be confused as competition with

Tesla is 'headed for the graveyard,' predicts former GM exec Bob Lutz

Tesla CEO Elon Musk is a nice guy who doesn't know how to run a car company, says Bob Lutz, former vice chairman of General Motors.

Microsoft is upping its A.I. battle with Salesforce

Microsoft is coming out with easy-to-use software to make sense of incoming customer-service inquiries and respond to questions.

Netflix shares up 5 percent after solid Emmys performance

Netflix took home 23 Emmys during Monday's award ceremony, tying HBO's haul this year.

Elon Musk considers going to the moon: 'Maybe I would join on this' SpaceX flight

The founder and CEO of SpaceX was thinking about whether he would launch himself on his company's rockets.

Women in Silicon Valley own less than half the startup equity men own, a new study says

The study shines a light on an early-stage disparity that could cripple women's voting power and piece of the proverbial pie.

Papa John's new TV ads put the focus on the company's other faces

On Tuesday, Papa John's revealed its latest television ad campaign dubbed "voices," which features 24 employees, managers and franchisees talking about their experiences with the brand.

Look out, UPS, FedEx — Amazon just ordered 20,000 delivery vans

Amazon just ordered 20,000 delivery vans. And, while it didn't mention UPS or FedEx by name, it pretty much just put those companies on notice, Louisville Business First reports.

AbbVie shares fall after California insurance regulator sues company over alleged kickbacks

AbbVie shares fell almost 3 percent on Tuesday following a lawsuit by the California Department of Insurance alleging that the pharmaceutical company gave health-care providers kickbacks to prescribe

After 12,000 test runs, United takes on gate overcrowding with new boarding process

United Airlines launches new boarding process with two lanes instead of five

Bob Woodward's 'Fear' sells 1.1 million copies in first week, a record for publisher Simon & Schuster

Bob Woodward's Trump administration tell-all "Fear: Trump in the White House" had the highest first-week sales of any book in Simon & Schuster's 94-year history, the publisher said on Tuesday.

Auto industry outlook hinges on China sales holding up under tariff pressure

Auto sales are still expected to grow in China and emerging markets, but U.S. sales face some downward pressures, said a new report from Moody's.

Tesla says Justice Department requested documents on CEO Musk's take-private tweet

Tesla said the Justice Department requested documents regarding CEO Elon Musk's Aug. 7 tweets about taking the company private. The shares sank earlier Tuesday after it was reported that DOJ has

McDonald's employees stage first #MeToo strike

At least 10 McDonald's employees have filed charges against the company, according to Law360. Support from the Time's Up Legal Defense Fund has helped pay for their legal fees.

Jack Ma, Chuck Robbins, and other tech leaders sound off on US-China trade tensions

President Donald Trump announced a new round of tariffs on Chinese goods Monday night.

Macy's CEO Gennette says China tariffs situation 'has not gone the way we hoped'

The department store chain has been working with suppliers in Asia to prepare for potentially higher tariffs in the administration's escalating global trade war, the Macy's CEO told CNBC's Courtney