Deutsche Bank Q1 earnings 2019

Deutsche Bank said first-quarter pre-tax earnings came in at 290 million euros, beating analyst expectations but falling short of the 432 million euros posted in...

2019-04-26 13:13

The Latest: Malaysia's Mahathir vows support for Belt & Road

Malaysian Prime Minister says he is “fully in support” of China’s Belt and Road initiative, after his government decided to resume a China-backed rail link...

2019-04-26 12:24

Cramer Remix: The flood of IPOs is the market's biggest risk right now

The stock market is being flooded with new initial public offerings and many of the best performers in the 2019 class aren't worth chasing at current levels, CNBC's...

2019-04-26 09:42

Firm fined $3.3M for worst California oil spill in 25 years

A judge issued a fine and penalties against Plains All American Pipeline for a 2015 spill that sent 140,000 gallons of crude oil gushing onto Refugio State Beach...

2019-04-26 09:28

Coast Guard Lt. Accused Of Plotting Terror Attack Released On Bail

A federal judge ruled that Christopher Hasson, who is facing weapons and drugs charges, does not meet a standard for continued detention. Prosecutors claim Hasson...

2019-04-26 09:21

Historic SF Hearst Building wins key approval to become hotel

1of8The Hearst Building on Third and Market streets may become a hotel, after the project won Planning Commission approval Thursday.Photo: Scott Strazzante / The Chronicle 2018

2019-04-26 07:56

Cramer breaks down the 7 reasons why Chipotle is making a comeback    21 Mins Ago | 04:57

Chipotle's turnaround is "incredible, given the prolonged downturn caused by these same health care concerns, as well as a perceived decline in quality and cleanliness,"...

2019-04-26 07:34

Amazon spending $800 mln to make free one-day shipping Prime default

Amazon said that Prime members will soon see the default two-day free shipping reduced by a day. CFO Brian Olsavsky said during the company's first-quarter earnings...

2019-04-26 07:20

Cramer's lightning round: This stock can benefit from Intel's pullback    15 Mins Ago | 03:44

It's that time again! "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer rings the lightning round bell, which means he's giving his answers to callers' stock questions at rapid speed.

2019-04-26 07:20

Elizabeth Warren’s Student Loan Forgiveness Plan Mostly Helps the Middle Class, Think Tank Finds

Earlier this week, Sen. Elizabeth Warren became the first major Democratic presidential candidate to support mass student loan forgiveness, rolling out a plan that...

2019-04-26 06:44

Inspectors pan California prison built to boost inmate care

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) - A flagship California prison medical facility built to improve the state’s substandard care is itself providing poor treatment including...

2019-04-26 06:36

'The ship is starting to turn' for Ford, says CFO Bob Shanks

The turnaround at Ford Motor is finally starting to take hold, says CFO Bob Shanks. The automaker is in the midst of an $11 billion restructuring plan and aims to...

2019-04-26 06:07

Tax refunds 2019: More people got one but the checks were smaller

The average refund was $2,725, down 2% from $2,780 over the same period last year. But more people got refunds, with the IRS issuing 95.7 million, up from 95.4 million a year ago.

2019-04-26 06:00

Amazon's profit more than doubles on cloud computing growth

NEW YORK (AP) - Amazon’s push into advertising and cloud computing is paying off, helping the online shopping giant’s first quarter profit more than double from a year ago.

2019-04-26 05:31

Ford posts better than expected results in 1Q

The Dearborn, Michigan-based automaker said Thursday that sales of pickups and sport utilities sparked an improved performance in North America and cost-cutting...

2019-04-26 05:31

New Mexico to market 'green bonds' for energy conservation

SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) - New Mexico plans to issue specialized green bonds as it borrows roughly $12 million to complete efficiency and renewable energy upgrades on...

2019-04-26 05:31

Starbucks raises 2019 profit outlook after earnings beat

The Seattle-based coffee company said Thursday it earned $663.2 million, or 53 cents per share, in its fiscal second quarter, up slightly from the January-March period a year ago.

2019-04-26 05:31

DoorDash, Grubhub, and Uber Eats nixed from school lunch deliveries

Instead of packing lunches, many high school students now pack their cellphones, ordering food delivered to their school with apps like Grubhub, DoorDash and Uber Eats.

2019-04-26 05:24

DealBook|TPG Says Executive Introduced Colleagues to College Admissions Scheme’s Leader

William E. McGlashan Jr., a former executive at TPG Capital, arranged for the ringleader of a college admissions scandal to discuss business ideas with members of...

2019-04-26 05:10

Morgan Stanley to Pay California $150 Million Over Mortgage Crisis Claims

In 2016, Morgan Stanley paid $3.2 billion to settle state and federal claims that it had misled investors about the quality of the loans underlying its mortgage-backed...

2019-04-26 05:03

Mattel soars on earnings report

Mattel soars on narrower-than-expected loss Sarah Whitten | @sarahwhit10 Published 8 Mins Ago Updated 1 Min Ago Source: Mattel American Girl doll by Mattel

2019-04-26 04:21

Here’s what the San Fernando Valley’s housing market looked like in March

The bad news, of course, is in the eye of the beholder. If you’re selling a home, you might be having to make some compromises. But if you’re buying? Low interest...

2019-04-26 04:07

Here's what to expect when Starbucks reports earnings

The coffee chain recently revamped its loyalty program and launched the Cloud Macchiato. Meanwhile, the company is facing increased competition in China from newcomer...

2019-04-26 03:45

Donald Glover, Adidas, Nike, and the Fight for Cool

Recently, in a group chat, I expressed excitement over an unlikely piece of work: a new short film from Adidas. The sportswear corporation, which now also counts...

2019-04-26 03:38

Lara Trump: Refugees 'one of the worst things that ever happened to Germany'

Lara Trump, a senior campaign official and President Trump’s daughter-in-law, said Thursday that Germany opening its borders was “one of the worst things that...

2019-04-26 03:16