BlackRock says world markets have become more volatile, and they’re going to stay that way for a while.
The Asia-Pacific gas market has suffered another blow after major natural gas producer Australia signalled it could potentially cut down liquified natural gas exports.
Federal Reserve Governor Michelle Bowman said she supports the central bank’s recent big interest rate increases and thinks they are likely to continue until inflation is subdued.
The centi-billionaire has provoked the social media giant’s chief executive Parag Agrawal to debate him publicly about fake accounts and spam as Twitter and Musk sue each other.
Less than one per cent of Netflix’s millions of subscribers are playing games despite the streaming giant pushing aggressively into the territory.
Stocks have broadly rallied in July, with the Nasdaq bouncing off earlier declines. And Wall Street is debating if markets have hit the bottom yet.
At the 2022 Tesla shareholders meeting, CEO Elon Musk touched on a variety of topics, including macroeconomics and the possibility of share buybacks.
Apple, Google, Amazon, Samsung and other firms are teeing up for a busy second half of the year filled with lots of new gadget launches.
The stock went public in mid-July. Two weeks later, it was up 21,400 per cent.
Gold could be poised to rally, making now an optimal time for investors to pounce.
AP Moller-Maersk has predicted a slowdown in global shipping container demand this year amid weakening consumer confidence and supply chain congestion.
When Kaivalya Vohra wanted to drop out of Stanford University to run his startup, it took “a couple of long conversations” to convince his parents.
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US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi landed in Taiwan’s capital of Taipei, kicking off a controversial visit that had already strained the testy relationship between Beijing and Washington before it even began.
UK oil giant BP on Tuesday reported bumper second-quarter profits, benefitting from a surge in commodity prices.
US stocks fell on Monday, as the three major indexes came off a solid month of trading gains in July, leaving investors wondering once again if the bear market rally is fizzling out.
Is the United States in a recession? No one has called one yet, although the latest GDP numbers out last week showed two consecutive negative quarters.
Amazon’s carbon emissions jumped 18 per cent last year, as the company reckoned with a pandemic-driven surge in e-commerce and grew its business to meet that extra demand.
In 2004, I set out to conduct a five-year Rich Habits study to explore how the world’s wealthiest people think about their money. Each of the 225 millionaires I interviewed fell into one of four categories.
Google’s productivity as a company isn’t where it needs to be even with the headcount it has, CEO Sundar Pichai has told more than 170-000 full-time employees.
Meta is ending a test version of its Instagram app that earned the ire of many people, including celebrity sisters Kylie Jenner and Kim Kardashian.
As soaring food prices continue to wreak havoc globally, consumers are finding some reprieve in cooking oil, coffee and avocado.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said Thursday the US economy is in a state of transition, not recession, despite two consecutive quarters of negative growth.
Apple reported fiscal third-quarter earnings on Thursday that beat Wall Street expectations for sales and profit but showed slowing growth for the iPhone maker.
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