Steve Bannon, former White House chief strategist who is known as an architect of many of President Trump's "America First" policies, joins "Squawk Box" to discuss the latest news out of the U.S.-China trade talks.
Google will pay regulators $170 million to settle accusations that YouTube repeatedly violated the law that protects the privacy of children online. CNBC's Ylan Mui reports.
CNBCGoogle will pay $170 million to settle accusations that YouTube repeatedly violated children’s online privacy laws. Here’s why two FTC Commissioners say that this number should have been in the billions. cnb.cx/2zR92I4pic.twitter.com/ujhl9HKtaC
The United Auto Workers said about 96% of members at each of the automakers supported the action. That's slightly down from negotiations four years ago, when workers at GM and Fiat Chrysler supported a strike by 97% and Ford at 98%.
CNBCAuto union workers overwhelmingly vote to authorize strikes at GM, Ford, Fiat Chrysler
The British government has launched a public information campaign urging businesses and individuals to prepare for Brexit. The "Get ready for Brexit" ads will appear on TV, in newspapers, on social media and billboards, and is reported to have cost...
CNBCBritish government unveils 'Get ready for Brexit' ad campaign as food shortage fears accelerate
Apple on Wednesday apologized for listening to Siri requests and said it will instead ask users to opt-in to the program, which helps it improve Siri, when it resumes it later this fall.
CNBCApple apologized today for allowing contractors to listen to some Siri conversations. The “Siri grading program” was halted earlier this month after a report from The Guardian. cnb.cx/32dIBbNpic.twitter.com/55GhMrXzKw