NBA deals with Amazon, not accepting Warner Bros. Discovery's offer

The NBA said Wednesday that it is not accepting Warner Bros. Discovery’s $1.8 billion per year offer to continue its longtime relationship with the league and therefore has entered into a deal with Amazon Prime Video, a move that would mean this coming season would end a nearly four-decade run of games being on TNT.

Coca-Cola delivers stronger-than-expected second quarter

Coca-Cola is raising is full-year sales guidance after a stronger-than-expected second quarter.

Tesla's 2Q profit falls 45% to $1.48 billion as sales drop

DETROIT (AP) - Tesla’s second-quarter net income fell 45% compared with a year ago as the company’s global electric vehicle sales tumbled despite price cuts and low-interest financing.

Wiz rejects $23 billion acquisition proposal from Google

NEW YORK (AP) - Wiz has rejected a reported $23 billion acquisition proposal from Google parent Alphabet - as the cybersecurity startup pivots back to a previously-planned initial public offering, according to a company memo seen by CNBC and others.

Visa's profits rise 9% as payments become increasingly digital

NEW YORK (AP) - Payment processing giant Visa Inc. said Tuesday that its fiscal third-quarter profits rose 9% on an adjusted basis, as it benefits from consumers and businesses moving their payments from cash to credit and debit cards.

Aer Lingus pilots vote to accept pay raise to end dispute

LONDON (AP) - Pilots at Ireland's national airline, Aer Lingus, have voted to accept a pay increase and end a labor dispute that led to the cancellation of hundreds of flights, the two sides said Tuesday.

Google U-turn's about removing ad-tracking cookies

LONDON (AP) - Google is dropping plans to eliminate cookies from its Chrome web browser, making a sudden U-turn on four years of work to phase out a technology that helps businesses tracks users online.