UAW approves labor deal with Fiat Chrysler, closing unprecedented talks with Big 3 Detroit automakers marked by a strike, corruption and litigation
The 2019 labor negotiations with the UAW and automakers had "more drama" than ever, marked by a strike, corruption and litigation.
Baseball commissioner says all 30 MLB teams will expand protective netting for 2020 season
All 30 Major League Baseball teams will expand the protective netting in stadiums starting with the 2020 season, he told CNBC in an interview at the league's winter meetings in San Diego on Wednesday.
Former Snap exec Imran Khan's retail site Verishop has teamed up with a US mall owner to open stores
Verishop, a shopping website and brand incubator launched earlier this year by former Snap exec Imran Khan and his wife, has partnered with U.S. mall owner Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield to open 14 stores through next year.
Lululemon earnings beat estimates, but shares fall on weaker-than-expected outlook
Lululemon on Wednesday reported quarterly earnings and sales that topped analysts' estimates, as more shoppers around the world picked up its yoga pants and sports bras.
FAA won't rule out fining Boeing over 737 Max safety disclosures
The FAA's administrator says he's not ruling out fines against Boeing over 737 Max safety disclosures.
GM hopes to boost No. 1 lead in full-size SUV sales with redesigned Chevy Tahoe, Suburban
The revamped vehicles are the first in a new generation of truck-based SUVs for GM that have become a golden goose for the automaker.
It's the last Christmas for some Forever 21 stores. Here's why the retailer went bankrupt
Forever 21 has long been a staple in America's shopping malls. But its sales tumbled as Forever 21 was pitted against heightened competition, ultimately pushing the business into bankruptcy.
Chewy stock surges as the online pet retailer brushes off lockup expiration worries
The ending of that period can cause a headache for businesses if a large number of employees unload their assets, causing a sell-off in the stock, as has been the case for other companies in 2019.
Peloton shares slip, extending two-day losses
Peloton shares continued to slide Wednesday following a critical short-seller note claiming the company is vastly overvalued.
FAA predicted fatal risks in 737 Max but allowed it to keep flying before second crash, document shows
The FAA predicted, before the second crash, 15 crashes over the course of the 737 Max's lifetime if no software fixes were made.
Pelosi agrees to expand drug price bill to win support from AOC, other Democrats
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has brokered a deal with a key block of Democrats who threatened to derail passage of her sweeping bill overhauling drug prices.
Kroger and Walgreens want to buy products together to cut supplier costs
Kroger and Walgreens Boots Alliance are teaming up to cut costs by sourcing more merchandise together.
FAA chief says Boeing 737 Max recertification process to stretch into 2020
Dickson's comment to CNBC upends Boeing's guidance that regulators would reapprove the plane this year.
FAA plans new safety division as post-Boeing Max scrutiny ramps up
The Federal Aviation Administration says the new division is not directly related to the Boeing 737 Max crashes.
Disney's Bob Iger is named Time's businessperson of the year
In the last 12 months, Iger closed the $71 billion acquisition of Fox and opened two Star Wars theme parks, not to mention launching Disney+.
IHOP introduces new restaurant, Flip'd by IHOP, with faster service and Pancake Bowls
The Dine Brands' chain will launch Flip'd by IHOP in Atlanta. IHOP is also exploring sites in New York, Washington, D.C., Denver, Chicago and San Francisco.
Greta Thunberg is Time's 2019 Person of the Year
The 16-year-old climate activist from Sweden is Thunberg is the magazine's youngest choice ever to be named Person of the Year.
GM unveils new Chevrolet Tahoe, Suburban SUVs
General Motors unveiled new versions of its highly-profitable Chevrolet full-size SUVs Tuesday night that are larger, more tech-advanced and offer a wider range of choices for customers.
Gerrit Cole agrees to historic $324 million deal with Yankees, reports say
Former Houston Astros pitcher Gerrit Cole is headed to New York after reports say he agreed to a historic $324 million deal with the Yankees.
Elizabeth Warren's wealth tax would raise $1 trillion less than she estimates, Wharton study shows
Elizabeth Warren's wealth tax, if implemented in 2021, would raise $1 trillion to $1.4 trillion less the campaign says, Wharton finds.
US slaps sanctions on Iran's biggest airline and shipping group
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo designated the Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines, its China-based subsidiary, E-Sail Shipping, and Mahan Air, saying the companies are aiding the Iranian regime's alleged proliferation of weapons of mass destruction.
Australia's best beaches list includes one that's 170 miles from the nearest ocean
The secret is out on Wagga Wagga, now that the hidden, inland gem has been recognized as having one of the best beaches in Australia.
Everything Jim Cramer said about the stock market on 'Mad Money,' including bullish on Tesla, millennial homebuying
"Mad Money" host Jim Cramer breaks down why Tesla has the green light. Later in the show he reveals signs that the millennial homebuying market is heating up.
Cramer's lightning round: Lockheed Martin is a buy
"Mad Money" host Jim Cramer rings the lightning round bell, which means he's giving his answers to callers' stock questions at rapid speed.
Ex-Credit Suisse exec says she was fired and harassed when she wouldn't bend accounting rules
Colleen Graham, a 20-year employee, alleges the bank wanted her to mislead auditors to avoid multimillion-dollar losses for itself and data firm Palantir.
Recent homebuyer numbers show 'spending is just beginning' for millennials, Jim Cramer says
"After a decade of cocooning, millennials want to buy homes that represent value, which is in keeping with the way they shop for everything else," CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
Jim Cramer turns bullish on Tesla — 'I'm a true believer'
Elon Musk "is a great CEO when he can get out of his own way, and that seems to be what he's doing," the "Mad Money" host says.
Americans say strong economy only helping the rich
A poll by Pew Research Center found that 69% of Americans say the economy is helping the wealthy, while hurting the poor, those without college degrees and the middle class.
Here's what changed in the new Fed statement
This is a comparison of Wednesday's Federal Open Market Committee statement with the one issued on Oct. 30.
Stocks making the biggest moves midday: GameStop, Dropbox, Home Depot and more
These are the stocks posting the largest moves in midday trading.