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'Tesla killers' aren't killing Tesla at all

'Tesla killers' aren't killing Tesla at all

Investors and auto industry insiders have long warned of a fated onslaught of rivals to Tesla's much-hyped electric cars. Several automakers are releasing electric vehicles beginning in 2020. For now, though, Tesla dominates EV sales in the U.S..

Need a crawfish peeler or sleep consultant? Your hotel has a concierge for that

Need a crawfish peeler or sleep consultant? Your hotel has a concierge for that

Travelers booking hotel stays will now find concierge and butler service available for everything from caring for pets and choosing a cannabis experience to using the in-room fireplace.

Review: The Kia Telluride is the best three-row SUV on sale

Review: The Kia Telluride is the best three-row SUV on sale

The Kia Telluride is not revolutionary because it does anything new. It's revolutionary because of how holistic its dominance is. In every metric, the Kia either matches the rest of the segment or beats.

France has seen a 30% to 40% fall in tourists following the coronavirus outbreak: Finance minister

France has seen a 30% to 40% fall in tourists following the coronavirus outbreak: Finance minister

Bruno Le Maire, France's finance minister, said the drop off in tourist numbers is an "important impact" on the country's economy.

Coronavirus updates: Austria halts train traffic with Italy, Turkey closes Iran border

Coronavirus updates: Austria halts train traffic with Italy, Turkey closes Iran border

Turkey will close its border with Iran as a precautionary measure after the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak in the country worsened.

2020 Chevrolet Corvette: 5 unique features of the mid-engine supercar

2020 Chevrolet Corvette: 5 unique features of the mid-engine supercar

In addition to improving the performance of the vehicle and moving the engine from the front to behind the driver, General Motors added a lot of new and unique features for drivers.

Disney+ just slashed the price of a yearly streaming subscription in Europe

Disney+ just slashed the price of a yearly streaming subscription in Europe

Disney reduced the price of an annual subscription from £59.99/€69.99 ($77.42) to £49.99/€59.99. It's a limited-time offer — people must subscribe by March 23 and the price is for the first year only.

Coronavirus live updates: Buffett warns of virus impact, global markets roiled

Coronavirus live updates: Buffett warns of virus impact, global markets roiled

As of Monday, more than 79,400 cases of coronavirus have been reported, resulting in at least 2,621 deaths.

Warren Buffett says he talked to his 'science advisor' Bill Gates about the coronavirus

Warren Buffett says he talked to his 'science advisor' Bill Gates about the coronavirus

Warren Buffett said he's spoken to fellow billionaire and Microsoft founder Bill Gates about the virulent coronavirus.

The Netflix and Spotify tax: States are making streaming services more expensive

The Netflix and Spotify tax: States are making streaming services more expensive

Half of the states in the U.S. have passed laws to tax subscriptions to digital streaming services like Netflix and Spotify to raise revenue, and more are likely to follow.

A buoy-like device designed to produce electricity from the ocean is being developed in Scotland

A buoy-like device designed to produce electricity from the ocean is being developed in Scotland

Technology has been described as a "submerged wave power buoy"

Warren Buffett says bank stocks are 'very attractive compared to most other securities I see'

Warren Buffett says bank stocks are 'very attractive compared to most other securities I see'

Berkshire Hathaway chief Warren Buffett called out bank stocks as one of his favorite equity holdings in the U.S. market.

5 things to know before the stock market opens Monday

5 things to know before the stock market opens Monday

U.S. stock futures were pointing to about an 800-point or 2.9% decline at Wall Street's open on Monday for the Dow on widening coronavirus concerns.

China's Xi rallies people back to work as country continues to battle virus outbreak

China's Xi rallies people back to work as country continues to battle virus outbreak

The Chinese government is rallying the people to get back to work even as the country continues to battle the virus outbreak, amid city-wide lockdowns and quarantines in the worst-hit regions.

North Korea reportedly quarantines 380 foreigners in bid to prevent coronavirus outbreak

North Korea reportedly quarantines 380 foreigners in bid to prevent coronavirus outbreak

North Korea has reportedly quarantined 380 foreigners as part of efforts to prevent the coronavirus outbreak.

Italian stocks plunge almost 5% as coronavirus shuts down towns, schools and soccer matches

Italian stocks plunge almost 5% as coronavirus shuts down towns, schools and soccer matches

Italian stocks plunged Monday morning, as the euro zone's third-largest economy grappled with the largest coronavirus outbreak outside of Asia.

BNP Paribas names the Asian stocks to buy during — and after — the coronavirus outbreak

BNP Paribas names the Asian stocks to buy during — and after — the coronavirus outbreak

Some Asian markets and sectors could be immune from the economic fallout resulting from the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, said BNP Paribas.

Here are the most wish-listed Airbnb properties of the past decade

Here are the most wish-listed Airbnb properties of the past decade

Approximately 2 million people stay in Airbnb properties every night. But what are the most sought-after places? Here are the most wish-listed homes from the past decade, all of which are still available for rent.

Citi says fear of coronavirus in South Korea is spreading 'at a much faster rate' than the virus itself

Citi says fear of coronavirus in South Korea is spreading 'at a much faster rate' than the virus itself

The total number of cases rose to 833 on Monday afternoon, compared to the 31 reported as of Feb. 18, according to the Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Coronavirus updates: Global stock markets tumble as death toll climbs past 2,500

Coronavirus updates: Global stock markets tumble as death toll climbs past 2,500

Stock markets around the world are selling off Monday morning, amid spiking coronavirus cases in Italy, South Korea and the Middle East.

Project Blackjack: GM's top-secret redesign of its mid-engine Corvette was disguised in an Australian pickup truck

Project Blackjack: GM's top-secret redesign of its mid-engine Corvette was disguised in an Australian pickup truck

Most notably, the eighth-generation Corvette started its life as an Australian-made pickup called the Holden Ute, codenamed internally as "Blackjack."

South Korea raises alert level to maximum, Italy and Iran cases spike

South Korea raises alert level to maximum, Italy and Iran cases spike

Mainland China's total is now 76,936 cases, and 2,442 deaths. Cases in South Korea and Italy continued to spike.

Boeing to expand 737 Max inspections, sources say

Boeing to expand 737 Max inspections, sources say

Teams looking in the fuel tanks of brand new Boeing 737 Max planes for foreign object debris will expand their inspections, sources familiar with the checks told CNBC on Friday.

New coronavirus cases in Iran, Italy fuel concerns the disease cannot be contained

New coronavirus cases in Iran, Italy fuel concerns the disease cannot be contained

With several localized coronavirus cases popping up in places such as Iran, Italy, South Korea and Japan, some experts are beginning to wonder: Is the genie out of the bottle?

Cruise ships to house Wuhan medical workers; South Korea coronavirus cases spike

Cruise ships to house Wuhan medical workers; South Korea coronavirus cases spike

South Korea reported that two people have died as the country's total cases rose to 433.

IMF lowers global growth forecast, cases surge in South Korea

IMF lowers global growth forecast, cases surge in South Korea

The World Health Organization confirmed that over 77,794 people are infected with the coronavirus, with 2,348 deaths in China and 11 deaths outside of China.

TurboTax maker Intuit near deal to buy Credit Karma for $7 billion, WSJ reports

TurboTax maker Intuit near deal to buy Credit Karma for $7 billion, WSJ reports

The deal, which will be in cash and stock, would push Intuit further into the growing online consumer finance sector. The company is expected to announce the agreement on Monday, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Economic impact of coronavirus will be clearer in 'three or four weeks,' Mnuchin says

Economic impact of coronavirus will be clearer in 'three or four weeks,' Mnuchin says

U.S. officials will have a better idea of how the coronavirus outbreak will impact the economy in "three or four weeks," U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Sunday.

Flight delayed? This firm wants to get you paid

Flight delayed? This firm wants to get you paid

Berlin-based firm AirHelp has helped 16 million passengers in 35 countries file claims for compensation against airlines for delays, cancellations and overbooking under rules such as the European Union's Flight Compensation Regulation. Passengers on disrupted domestic flights in the U.S., however, remain largely unprotected by consumers rights law.

DuPont ramps up safety suit production as coronavirus causes shortages in China

DuPont ramps up safety suit production as coronavirus causes shortages in China

At DuPont's largest manufacturing facility in Richmond, Virginia, CNBC got an inside look at how the company is making changes to its operations to accommodate the rise in demand for protective suits.