Musk has been historically anti-union, opposed to a billionaire's tax and is a vocal critic of President Biden.
Major retailer Target warned of rising cost pressures in its business right after Walmart, triggering the sell-off.
Cisco has gone from growth to flat revenue, and now it's calling for a decline as it sees costs mounting from the war between Russia and Ukraine.
Kohl's said it's losing two of its top executives, as the retailer searches for a potential buyer amid pressure from activists to sell the business.
Under Armour said its president and chief executive officer, Patrik Frisk, will be stepping down, effective June 1.
Bath & Body Works cut its profit outlook for the year, in part due to expected increases in inflationary pressures.
Joyn Bio, a synthetic biology start-up, is working to engineer a microbe that would reduce demand for fertilizer and therefor reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
The S&P said that Tesla's "lack of a low-carbon strategy," and "codes of business conduct" affected the company's score.
Four major retailers — Walmart, Target, Home Depot and Lowe's — reported quarterly financial results this week.
Amazon's Twitch, Discord, 4chan and 8chan will be among the platforms her office will probe.
The home improvement retailer's profit topped Wall Street estimates for the quarter, even as sales missed the mark.
The big-box retailer said it saw a healthy customer, but a shift to experience-based purchases, such as toys for birthday parties and luggage for trips.
New York Gov. Kathy Hochul on Wednesday announced a state agency has filed a complaint against Amazon
Since Facebook's debut 10 years ago, revenue has expanded by more than 25 times, but the business is once again reliant on a risky bet on the future of tech.
Hasbro is going on the offensive against an activist investor wants to add new members to the company's board and spin off its lucrative Wizards of the Coast.
At Block's first investor day since 2017, executives describe how crypto and music-streaming businesses make up an "ecosystem" beyond the original card reader.
This company got off to a solid start this year, reporting at the end of last month a strong first-quarter earnings beat and a full-year outlook raise.
Venture capital has been so flush start-ups still have plenty of cash, but it won't last and it's time for Silicon Valley founders to get a reality check.
Martin Shkreli will his securities fraud sentence in September. He gained infamy for raising the price of a drug by more than 4,000%.
These are the stocks posting the largest moves in midday trading.
Parents and caregivers are paying exorbitant prices for baby formula that never arrives, according to the Federal Trade Commission.
Jim Cramer says the retailers should have preannounced the bad news.
The Conference Board measure of CEO sentiment showed that 57% expect the economy to sustain a "very short, mild recession."
U.K. inflation soared to a 40-year high of 9% in April as food and energy prices spiraled.
Delivery start-up Gopuff announced Wednesday that it's bringing on former Disney CEO Bob Iger as an investor and advisor to the $15 billion company.
The high grading of our portfolio continued Wednesday morning, with the moves made on American Eagle Outfitters and Johnson & Johnson.
E Source estimates battery cell prices will surge 22% from 2023 through 2026, peaking at $138 per kilowatt-hour.
Controversial Republican Rep. Madison Cawthorn was endorsed by former President Donald Trump.
U.S. households are now spending the equivalent of $5,000 a year on gasoline, up from $2,800 a year ago, according to Yardeni Research.
U.S. stock futures dropped Wednesday as rising inflation slammed another retailer.
Although no one can predict what is going to happen next, there are strategies that investors can consider to help manage their portfolios through volatility.
Here's a list of countries that have banned food exports in the months after the Russia-Ukraine war started, according to the International Food Policy Research Institute.
New research from the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance shows that Chinese bitcoin mining activity has quickly rebounded.
Dissenting voices in Russia are rare, but one well-known military analyst gave a damning assessment of the invasion this week.
Goldman Sachs analysts cut their forecast for China GDP to 4% after data for April showed a slump in growth as Covid controls restricted business activity.
Justin Ellen decided to not pursue college and focus on his baking business full-time. CNBC Make It finds out why that has paid off for the 19-year-old.
Petrochemicals business Borouge will list on the Abu Dhabi stock exchange next month, marking the latest in a series of mega public offerings across the Middle East.
U.K. inflation soared to a record high of 9% in April as food and energy prices spiraled, official figures revealed Wednesday, escalating the country's cost-of-living crisis.
Japan's economy shrank 1% annualized in January-March as compared with the previous quarter, government data showed Wednesday.
Southeast Asian tech giant Sea's shares rebounded, but its e-commerce site could slow due to macro uncertainties.
Toyota Motor Europe, CaetanoBus and Air Liquide have signed a memorandum of understanding.
Russian inflation came in at a two-decade high of 17.8% year-on-year in April, up from 16.7% in March, but price increase began to show signs of slowing.
Seaweed is found in everything from food and cosmetics to gardening products and packaging.
Record-high coal and gas prices have pushed prices up for consumers and businesses alike, but there could be a silver lining.
Following a meeting with top executives, Liu He, China's vice-premier, pledged support for the technology sector and plans for internet companies to go public.
The vote won't immediately affect the compensation of Intel's executives.
Turkey, which joined the alliance in 1952, is a crucial player in NATO, boasting the second-largest military in the 30-member group after the United States.
Fed Chair Jerome Powell said he will back interest rate increases until prices start falling back toward a healthy level.
Tether's circulating supply has slipped from about $83 billion a week ago to less than $76 billion on Tuesday.