Hong Kong stocks inched up slightly Tuesday, a day after recording their worst day in months as violence escalated in the city.
The seeds of the Ukraine scandal were planted in the fertile soil of right-wing media many months before most people ever heard about an alleged "quid pro quo."
Whistleblowers at the Federal Aviation Administration questioned whether Southwest Airlines improperly flew jets without full knowledge of their safety history, according to documents released Monday by a Senate committee.
Walgreens Boots Alliance became the most recent addition to the Dow Jones Industrial Average in June 2018, when it replaced struggling conglomerate General Electric in America's most famous stock market indicator.
White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham has yet to hold a single briefing since ascending to the position of President Trump's chief spokesperson, but she has made plenty of time for softball interviews with Fox News.
Employees at Hearst Magazines announced on Monday their plans to form a union, setting off a massive effort across 24 media brands that encompass print and digital staffers in editorial, video, photo, design and social.
Walgreens reportedly wants to go private, and KKR is said to be interested in buying it. The acquisition would almost certainly be the largest private takeover in history.
Abigail Disney has a message for fellow Baby Boomers offended by the "OK boomer" trend: "How about you guys sit the [expletive] down and let the kids drive."
Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi has reportedly tried to clarify his description of journalist Jamal Khashoggi's murder as a "mistake" by the Saudi government.
The UK economy grew at the slowest annual rate in nearly a decade in the third quarter as uncertainty over Brexit continued to weigh on business.
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Bill Moyers, the legendary former PBS host and network news commentator, says he fears for the United States "for the first time in my long life."
Hong Kong stocks suffered their worst day in more than three months on Monday as long-running protests in the city saw escalating levels of violence.
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon believes some politicians are giving people the wrong impression of him. He's a champion of the middle-class, too, he says.
Bernard Tyson, the CEO of Kaiser Permanente, died in his sleep early Sunday at the age of 60, the company confirmed to CNN Business. Tyson had served as chief executive since 2013 and chairman since 2014 after a more than 30-year career with the company.
The New York Department of Financial Services is looking into allegations of gender discrimination against users of the Apple Card, which is administered by Goldman Sachs.
A vast oil field containing an estimated 53 billion barrels of crude oil has been discovered in Iran, President Hassan Rouhani announced Sunday, a find that could boost the country's battered economy amid stringent US sanctions.
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John Bolton has stayed pretty quiet since resigning as President Trump's national security adviser in September. But he evidently has a book's worth of something to say.
Saudi Aramco on Saturday released details of an initial public offering that could shatter records and will give investors the chance to own a piece of the world's most profitable company.
Reading through the transcript on Friday of the testimony from Fiona Hill, President Trump's former top advisor on Russia, her commentary on our current information environment was striking. Hill spoke about the prevalence of internet conspiracy theories from fringe outlets like InfoWars, ho…
Investing in Big Tech is a gamble. Senator Elizabeth Warren, the frontrunner Democrat for president, wants to break up Silicon Valley giants. But one tech stock might be insulated from that threat.
Two former executives are suing G/O Media, the parent company of sites including Gizmodo, Deadspin and The Onion, alleging discrimination and negligence.
The prom, clowns, a picturesque hotel in Colorado. These things don't really convey a lot of dread for moviegoers — unless they're in the hands of Stephen King.
America's oil industry faces a number of challenges, including low oil prices, the rise of electric vehicles and proposals to limit fracking. But one of its biggest problems: The industry is running out of water.
President Donald Trump dealt a blow Friday to investors who were hoping the United States and China were inching closer toward a partial trade deal that would roll back billions in tariffs.
Elon Musk and investor David Einhorn, one of Tesla's toughest critics, ratcheted up the rhetoric Friday as the two billionaires traded jabs in a long-running battle of words.
Six days before they vote in what promises to be a landmark general election, Britons will be able to watch a live prime-time debate between Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn.
Gap outlined a plan to rescue itself in February, and Wall Street was firmly behind it: The company would spin off its popular Old Navy brand in 2020 and focus on its own struggling flagship, as well as its Banana Republic, Athleta and Hill City lines.
Slack may be ubiquitous in offices throughout Corporate America, but the company is facing a formidable challenge from a much larger rival. That has Wall Street analysts increasingly nervous about Slack's future.
Lufthansa says it hopes to resume a normal flight schedule on Saturday after two days of strikes forced it to cancel 1,500 flights, disrupting the travel plans of 200,000 customers.
Emily Cunningham, a user experience designer, is just one of 750,000 people who work for Amazon. Like most rank-and-file employees in corporate America, she doesn't have a direct line to the CEO; nor does she usually have much sway over what the company does.
The Chinese-backed video app TikTok is popular among Gen Z for its lip-sync videos and comedy routines, but at least one newsroom has found a practical way to use it for brand promotion and to show users how the news is made.
Sears, once the dominant big box retailer with thousands of stores around the United States, continues to see its footprint decimated as its owner fights to bring it back from the brink.
Gap chief executive Art Peck is stepping down ahead of the company's spinoff of its powerhouse Old Navy line, the company announced Thursday.
Season 3 of Netflix's Queen Elizabeth II drama "The Crown" premieres later this month — and it comes at a time when bigger rivals like Apple, Disney and Amazon are threatening to steal the company's title as the reigning monarch of streaming media.
The trade war is doing so much damage to the world economy that the United States and China might just roll back some of their destructive tariffs. That's just what is needed to avoid a recession.
La Croix was once the king of canned seltzers, but its sales have been slumping because of an influx of new competitors. Now it's potentially facing another challenge, this time from Coca-Cola.