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CNBC is an American pay television business news channel that is owned by NBCUniversal Broadcast, Cable, Sports and News, a division of NBCUniversal, with both being ultimately owned by Comcast.

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Amazon acquires e-commerce enabler Selz
Technology

Amazon acquires e-commerce enabler Selz

San Francisco, Feb 17 Amazon has quietly acquired Selz, an Australia-based e-commerce platform that helps businesses to have their ...

Bruce Springsteen could appear in court month end over drunk driving
Entertainment

Bruce Springsteen could appear in court month end over drunk driving

Los Angeles, Feb 11 Rock legend Bruce Springsteen saw a major automobile ad campaign featuring him being withdrawn ...

Facebook prompts Apple users to accept device tracking
Technology

Facebook prompts Apple users to accept device tracking

San Francisco, Feb 2 Amid the ongoing Facebook-Apple war over privacy changes in iOS 14, the social networking ...

SEBI debars host of CNBC Awaaz show
Business

SEBI debars host of CNBC Awaaz show

New Delhi, Jan 13 Hemant Ghai, an anchor with CNBC TV 18, has been debarred by the Securities and ...

Ananya Birla alleges famed California restaurant 'threw' her family out
Entertainment

Ananya Birla alleges famed California restaurant 'threw' her family out

New York, Oct 26 Pop star Ananya Birla has alleged that a celebrity chef's restaurant in California "threw" ...

Intel reports 4% revenue drop in fiscal Q3
Technology

Intel reports 4% revenue drop in fiscal Q3

San Francisco, Oct 23 Intel's fiscal third-quarter revenue reached $18.3 billion, down 4 per cent year-over-year as its ...

Twitter finally allows users to share NY Post story about Bidens
Technology

Twitter finally allows users to share NY Post story about Bidens

San Francisco, Oct 17 In a reversal of its earlier stance, Twitter finally decided to allow users to ...

Companies distance themselves from Trump ally for calling Senator Kamala Harris by vulgar name
International

Companies distance themselves from Trump ally for calling Senator Kamala Harris by vulgar name

Days after a Washington consultant, also an ally of US President Donald Trump, called Senator and Democratic Vice Presidential nominee Kamala Harris by a vulgar name, the big companies associated with him have begun distancing themselves, CNBC reported.

Weekly jobless claims rise unexpectedly in US
International

Weekly jobless claims rise unexpectedly in US

Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the number of first-time filers of unemployment benefits in the United States were slightly higher than expected last week with 870,000 initial jobless claims were filed for the week ending September 19.

Apple stock plunges 22%, $500bn eroded in market cap: Report
Technology

Apple stock plunges 22%, $500bn eroded in market cap: Report

San Francisco, Sep 19 A broad sell-off in the overall tech sector amid an 'underwhelming product launch event this ...

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