After upending brick-and-mortar retail, Amazon is opening a clothing store in the physical world.
CNBC’s Jim Cramer has offered a defense of his newfound optimism about investing in oil stocks, contending that he changed his mind after concluding the circumstances had evolved.
The southwest of England is famed for its dramatic coastline and verdant countryside. If all goes to plan, another string could be added to the region’s bow over the next few years: lithium extraction.
The next $US1000 billion-dollar startups will be those “that help the world decarbonise and make the energy transition affordable,” wrote BlackRock CEO Larry Fink in his closely followed annual letter.
Microsoft’s agreement to pay almost $US69 billion for Activision Blizzard would make it the highest price ever paid by a US tech company in an acquisition.
Thailand’s Baiya Phytopharm wants to develop the country’s first plant-based COVID vaccine, using the leaves of an Australian tobacco plant.
Bruegel Director Guntram Wolff discusses the EU’s planned green transition, weighing potential supply shocks and longer term costs.
China is aiming to boost the digital economy’s share of its gross domestic product by 2025, driven by next-generation technologies like 6G internet and big data.
Ralph Lauren chief executive Patrice Louvet says the fashion brand is chasing opportunities in the metaverse as a way to attract younger shoppers.
The pandemic has made the rich richer while the income of the rest of the world — about 99% of humanity — dropped, according to a new Oxfam report titled “Inequality Kills.”
Robots want to be your next financial advisor, but is a robo-advisor right for all investors? Is a human better-equipped for the task of money management and financial planning?
Here’s four way to unplug from work and make the most of your time away from the office.
Jack Dorsey’s payments company Block (formerly Square) is going to start mining for bitcoin.
Ford Motor’s market value topped $US100 billion ($137b) for the first time ever as the automaker’s stock hit a new 52-week high Thursday.
The metaverse, which requires a massive amount of computing power, is set to benefit global chipmakers— but other tech-related industries could also gain from it, analysts say.
Tesla co-founder JB Straubel, founder and chief executive of battery-recycling company Redwood Materials, has good news and bad news for those who believe electric vehicle sales are primed to take off.
CNBC’s Andrea Day joins Shep Smith to report that some investors are paying millions of dollars for plots of land that don’t exist in the real world, but the do in the metaverse.
Crocs said Monday it sees sales in 2021 climbing about 67 per cent from 2020, more than it previously anticipated.
CNBC’s Ylan Mui joins Shep Smith to report on the Great Resignation and how women are leaving the workforce to start their own businesses.
Despite losing some investor confidence amid continued Covid headwinds, Uber could be positioning itself for a comeback in 2022, analysts say.
One of China’s healthiest real estate developers has reportedly defaulted, a sign of how more pain is ahead for the heavily indebted industry.
Creating hydrogen and transforming it into a useful format requires energy — and that energy is not necessarily renewable.
Warren Buffett’s out-of-character bet on Apple may end up being one of his winningest investments.
Apple briefly hit a market cap of $US3 trillion during intraday trading on Monday, before dropping back under the mark shortly afterwards. Apple broke the barrier when its share price hit $US182.86.
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