CNBC - Top News White House says phone call with Bannon's lawyer during testimony was 'standard procedure' 2018-01-17T21:59:00.000000000+00:00 Asked if the White House was afraid of what Bannon might say, Sanders replied, "not that I'm aware of." Apple is giving $2,500 stock awards to some employees 2018-01-17T21:46:00.000000000+00:00 The average Apple salary is $101,000, according to third-party data source Paysa. Fashion is getting personal as brands battle for shoppers 2018-01-17T21:44:00.000000000+00:00 Apparel brands are grappling with solutions as items quickly fall out of fashion and consumers turn to non-traditional platforms to make purchases. Google is missing out on billions of dollars by not having an app store in China 2018-01-17T21:41:00.000000000+00:00 As Chinese smartphone users spend an increasing amount of money on apps, Google continues to miss out on potential revenue by failing to relaunch Play Mester advocates for Fed to use rules-based approach when setting interest rates 2018-01-17T21:41:00.000000000+00:00 The Fed should follow rules to give the public a better understanding of its actions, Fed official Loretta Mester said. Steve Ballmer deserves his due as a great CEO 2018-01-17T21:33:00.000000000+00:00 Steve Ballmer set Microsoft on the trajectory that has allowed its share price to triple under his replacement, Satya Nadella, argues Eric Jackson. Which generation has the most debt and the worst credit scores? Hint: It's not millennials 2018-01-17T21:30:00.000000000+00:00 Some age groups are more financial responsible than others. Bannon reportedly said he talked to Spicer, Priebus about 2016 Trump Tower meeting with Russians 2018-01-17T21:14:00.000000000+00:00 The exchange came during a marathon interview with the House Intelligence Committee Early reviews heap praise on Tesla's Model 3, with a few caveats 2018-01-17T21:02:00.000000000+00:00 Reviewers appreciate much about Tesla's lowest-priced car, but point out some issues with its design and execution. Few large US companies say they'll use tax savings to boost wages, CNBC survey finds 2018-01-17T20:55:00.000000000+00:00 Despite big announcements, few large companies plan to use tax savings to raise workers' pay, a CNBC survey found.