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EBay CEO: Get used to shopping with your voice

As retail is getting personal, shoppers are also adapting to ordering items online with voice technology.


Uber CEO just gave a big (obvious) clue on how to get a great rating on Uber

Uber's CEO just gave a pretty big, though obvious, hint on how to get a great rating as an Uber rider.


As digital advertising overtakes TV, could better value be found in niche outlets?

Walter Knapp at Sovrn tells MMM that advertisers may get better value by focusing on specialised websites where dwell times are longer


Suzy Welch: Here's how to ace a curveball question during your interview

CNBC contributor Suzy Welch explains how to best answer the curveball interview questions you probably didn't see coming.


This self-made millionaire is gunning to be a billionaire—here's how he'll get there

Entrepreneur Grant Cardone has a plan for making the leap from millionaire to billionaire.


David Rubenstein: I think we'd be lucky and happy to get close to 3 percent GDP

David Rubenstein, co-founder and co-chairman of The Carlyle Group, discusses his outlook for economic growth in the U.S.


GE is a ‘classic falling knife,’ says technician

As the broader markets rally, GE can't get out of its own way. According to one chart watcher, investors should expect more pain.


Bitcoin broker Coinbase booked $1 billion in revenue last year — so the company has told hovering VCs to back off

Coinbase has encountered an unusual problem for a Silicon Valley startup: Too many investors are trying to get in.

Source: Recode

NAFTA is 'something to be improved upon,' says Canada's finance minister

The North American Free Trade Agreement is "something to be improved upon," Canada's finance minister told CNBC Tuesday as the sixth round of NAFTA talks get underway in Montreal.


Don't miss this market's windows of opportunity

Jim Cramer stressed the importance of buying stocks on weakness and pinpointed the small moments investors get to buy in.