The 2020 Oscar nominations show the Academy Awards is still a white man's game
Despite efforts from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to expand its membership to more women and more people of color, issues of representation persist, as reflected in this year's nominations.
Best Buy board investigating CEO Corie Barry for alleged misconduct
Best Buy's board is probing allegations that the CEO Corie Barry had an "inappropriate" relationship with another company executive, the Wall Street Journal said Friday.
Toyota shifts Tacoma pickup production from Texas to Mexico; continues $13 billion US investment
Toyota Motor will shift all production of the Tacoma midsize pickup from Texas to Mexico as it restructures its North American footprint and invests $13 billion in U.S. manufacturing operations through next year.
Wall Street expects Boeing to take another big, ugly charge on 737 Max. BofA estimates total cost of crisis as high as $20 billion
Repeated delays to the return of the 737 Max will likely lead Boeing to take another charge when it reports later this month, analysts say.
American Eagle's first expansion to the UK didn't work. Here's why it's trying again
The UK fashion market is notoriously tough for international retailers to break into. Retail experts say American Eagle didn't differentiate itself from the competition.
Labor costs for Detroit automakers expected to increase upward of $1 billion by 2023
Labor costs for the Detroit automakers are expected to increase by up to roughly $1 billion in the coming years as a result of contracts ratified last year with the United Auto Workers union.
4 restaurant chains that are opening spinoffs for faster dining
IHOP, Applebee's, Outback Steakhouse and the Cheesecake Factory are all opening fast-casual spinoffs as the full-service restaurant industry sees customer traffic decline.
America is about to get a powerful tool in the war against cancer
The country's first carbon ion therapy center to treat cancer is being built in partnership with Hitachi on the campus of the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida.
The CDC and Homeland Security begin screening for Chinese Coronavirus at three major US airports as outbreak spreads in Asia
Travelers on direct and indirect flights from Wuhan, China to international airports in New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles will be screened for the Chinese Coronavirus starting Saturday.
DoorDash takes the lead in the food delivery wars as the landscape dramatically shifts in 2019
While digital delivery sales overall have increased at a double-digit pace in each of the past five years, according to data from the NPD Group, the growth of the average check has fallen sharply from more than 4% in 2015 to zero growth in 2019.
Disney reportedly ditches Fox name from branding, emails and logos
Nearly a year after acquiring 21st Century Fox's film and television assets, Disney is finally dropping the Fox name from its studio's names.
Adidas is banking on Beyonce for growth with Ivy Park athletic wear line debut
Adidas is banking on pop icon Beyonce, who's dominated the airwaves for more than two decades, to do the same for the company with her new adidas x Ivy Park athletic wear collection, which makes its debut in adidas stores and online at midnight.
Walmart shuffles executives after holiday season, chief merchant departing
Walmart is shuffling its executive team after the 2019 holiday season, according to a memo that was obtained by CNBC.
NFL owners don't like Carolina Panthers' $60 million deal for new head coach Matt Rhule. Coaches love it
The deal attracted a lot of attention because, unlike other highly paid NFL coaches, Rhule's never coached an NFL team in his career.
Dallas Mavericks finalize multi-year jersey patch deal with Chime
The Dallas Mavericks will wear its first jersey patch on Friday after finalizing a sponsorship with private banking service, Chime.
Restaurants take aim at improving manager turnover rates
Shake Shack, Red Robin Gourmet Burgers and Yum Brands' Taco Bell are among the restaurant chains trying to keep their managers sticking around longer.
Tennessee Gov. Lee to sign anti-LGBTQ adoption bill despite Amazon, Nike opposition
Companies including Amazon, Nike, Warby Parker and Marriott express disappointment after Tennessee Gov. Lee's announcement he will sign an anti-LGBTQ adoption bill into law.
OPEC secretary general says oil demand has 'upside potential'
OPEC Secretary-General Mohammed Barkindo said Friday to CNBC that worldwide oil demand could surprise to the upside over the course of 2020.
Eli Lilly targets quarterly deals of $1 billion to $5 billion in 2020, CFO says
Eli Lilly aims to announce roughly one $1 billion to $5 billion deal every quarter in 2020, its chief financial officer told Reuters, as the U.S. drugmaker looks to build up its pipeline of future products.
Fiat Chrysler and Foxconn plan Chinese electric vehicle joint venture
Italian-American automaker Fiat Chrysler and the parent of iPhone assembler Foxconn plan to set up a joint venture to build electric cars and develop internet-connected vehicles, the two groups said.
Procrastinators abounded this Christmas. And more retailers pushed people to stores to pick up online orders
Target CEO Brian Cornell said one of the biggest trends he spotted this holiday season was the fact that more shoppers were "comfortable shopping later in the season."
Gap is no longer spinning off Old Navy, sending shares higher
Gap Inc. has called off plans to split Old Navy into a separate public company, the company announced Thursday.
'Dolittle' is 'shockingly unfunny,' 'sloppy' and 'unpleasant,' critics say
Heading into its opening weekend, "Dolittle" has been so widely panned by critics that the conservative $20 million to $25 million debut analysts had predicted could shrink even lower.
'They're trying to impeach the son of a bitch, can you believe that?' Trump tells LSU championship football team before Senate trial
Trump's comment about impeachment came at a White House meeting with the LSU national college football championship team, which defeated Clemson in the title game.
Carlos Beltran is out as New York Mets manager as the MLB cheating fallout continues
Beltran, who played for the Houston Astros in the 2017 season, joined the Mets as manager in November. He is the third manager to be removed following the investigation.
Royal coin 'hidden for decades' sells for $1.3 million to mystery collector
A rare British coin featuring the profile of abdicated King Edward VIII has sold for a record £1 million ($1.3 million).
Airbus releases photos of automatic takeoffs
The planemaker looks to have brought pilotless commercial jet flight one step closer.
Anti-abortion group Susan B. Anthony List to spend $52 million to help Trump win in 2020
Anti-abortion group Susan B. Anthony List launched a $52 million effort to support Trump's reelection, a day after Planned Parenthood pledged $45 million to support abortion-rights candidates.
Stocks making the biggest moves midday: Alphabet, Boeing, Dave & Buster's, Snap & more
Check out the companies making headlines in midday trading on Friday.
Wall Street expects gains for Alphabet and the rest of the $1 trillion gang to slow from here
Apple, Microsoft and Alphabet are each valued $1 trillion but Wall Street doesn't expect any of the tech stocks to climb much from here.