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CNBC: Business

Coca-Cola CEO on coffee strategy: We're not going head to head with Starbucks

Jim Cramer sits down with Coca-Cola President and CEO James Quincey for a wide-ranging interview about his company's global strategy.

ABC Entertainment president steps down

Channing Dungey, the president of ABC Entertainment, has resigned.

Airlines cancel thousands of flights after winter storm Avery surprises East Coast

Airlines cancelled over 1,900 flights around the country after winter storm Avery hit the Northeast stronger than expected with up to a foot of snow on Thursday.

American CEOs don't see US economic slowdown yet, says head of executive group

Global CEOs are seeing a bit of a slowdown outside the United States, but that's not what U.S. chief executives are saying about the nation's economy, according to Steve Odland, president and CEO of

What will cause the next recession? Gary Shilling explains why it could be the Fed

Gary Shilling has made a career out of predicting bubbles. So what are the big risks he sees out in the global economy now?

Cancer drug company Tesaro shares rise 39% following report that it will explore sale

Tesaro shares soared 39 percent Friday upon a Bloomberg report that the pharmaceutical company will explore the opportunity of a sale.

Senators question Facebook on a report it hired a PR firm to retaliate against critics

The New York Times reported earlier this week that Facebook hired Definers Public Affairs to downplay public statements and deflect public scrutiny onto rival tech companies.

Here's how gamers make money

Esports competitions and livestreaming have turned full-time gaming into a lucrative career path.

Why JP Morgan's top internet analyst expects breakout growth for Facebook and Amazon shares in 2019

Technology stocks were hurt by a "challenging earnings season" last month but that's created a window of opportunity, J. P. Morgan internet analyst Doug Anmuth tells CNBC.

Google Cloud CEO Diane Greene is out, to be replaced by former Oracle exec Thomas Kurian

Google is replacing its head of cloud computing, Diane Greene, with Thomas Kurian, who was previously president at Oracle. Greene joined Google cloud three years ago.

Top VC deals: SAP snaps up Qualtrics; an Amazon Go competitor raises a round; Bain closes $1 billion

A weekly recap of the most interesting venture capital deals, funds and start-ups.

Airbnb booked more than $1 billion in third quarter revenue

Airbnb is expected to hold its initial public offering as early as next year. A source told CNBC the company is on track to be profitable for the second straight year, as measured by earnings before

Toyota is making high-performance versions of its popular, but 'boring,' Camry and Avalon sedans

Swimming against the tide of consumers flocking to SUVs and trucks, Toyota is tuning its 'boring' family haulers for the track.

Nordstrom shares skid 13%, on track for worst week since 2008

Nordstrom's full-price business showed signs of cooling off during the third quarter.

Nvidia 'finally stumbled:' What every major Wall Street analyst said after the chipmaker's earnings

Nvidia shares fell steeply after the chipmaker gave very weak fourth quarter revenue guidance when it reported third-quarter earnings after the close on Wednesday.

He just had $135,000 in student loans forgiven. Here's how he did it.

He just had more than $100,000 in student loans cancelled. Here's his advice to other public servants.

Nvidia tumbles 19% after missing on revenue and guidance

Chipmaker Nvidia fell 18.8 percent Friday after missing analyst expectations on revenue and guidance in its third-quarter 2019 earnings report. Competitor Advanced Micro Devices also fell almost 3.9

VW wants to be the most profitable electric car company in the world

Volkswagen said it will spend 44 billion euros on electric cars, digitalisation, autonomous driving and new mobility services by 2023.

Here's the most dangerous place to do your Black Friday shopping

One in 3 consumers who shop on their phones admit to having done so from behind the wheel, according to a new survey from Root Insurance.