Over the years, the Quad has been incorrectly called an ‘Asian NATO’, especially when it comes to security concerns about another big power in the region — China.
The last time Apple faced an inflationary environment like this, it had been a public company for less than a year and its best-selling product was the Apple II home computer.
The so-called crypto winter isn’t over yet — and a number of cryptocurrency exchanges have already run out of cash, says billionaire and founder of crypto exchange FTX Sam Bankman-Fried.
It’s been a bruising few months for these household names on the US market.
China has finished clearing a backlog of stranded Australian coal amounting to more than $US1 billion ($1.45b), China customs data shows.
A multitude of factors conspired to generate the stock market’s worst first-half since 1970, but they all emanated from one word.
With a US recession possibly around the corner, investors are writing fewer — and smaller — cheques. And they’re getting much more selective about the kind of companies they want to back.
Amazon and several startups showed off the latest in robotics at the e-commerce giant’s re:MARS conference in Las Vegas last week.
US Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell has vowed that policymakers would not allow inflation to take hold of the US economy over the longer term.
Bitcoin briefly fell below $US20,000 as a number of factors from macroeconomic worries to issues with cryptocurrency companies continue to weigh on the market.
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Airbnb on Tuesday announced a global ban on parties, following a temporary restriction it put in place two years ago.
Ark Invest CEO Cathie Wood says that the US is already in an economic downturn, and she admitted that she underestimated the severity and lasting power of inflation.
What the world needs, according to John Doerr, chairman of venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins, is to get past the idea that it is one or the other.
Carlyle Group co-founder and co-chairman David Rubenstein, a billionaire investor and philanthropist, says the US economy’s path may be beyond the central bank’s control.
Russia has entered its first major foreign debt default for over a century, after a grace period on two international bond payments lapsed.
Investors who are “apathetic” or negative toward banks will change their stance in the year’s second half, according to RBC Capital Markets’ top banking analyst.
Getting employees back in the office hasn’t been easy and companies are having to rethink the role the office plays in a post-pandemic world.
The leaders of the G-7 nations will announce a ban on Russian gold imports for Moscow’s unprovoked invasion of Ukraine.
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Chinese internet giant ByteDance’s nascent foray into gaming is showing signs of promise with spending across its mobile titles growing over the past year as it looks to challenge rivals Tencent and NetEase.
BMW has officially opened its new 15 billion yuan ($3.2b) factory in China with a strong focus on electric vehicles as it tries to catch up with leaders Tesla and domestic competitors.
A lot of steel — a key raw material in the manufacturing powerhouse — is sitting idle around the country amid a stop-and-start economy which is forcing down demand and prices.
Amazon is devising a way for users to speak to their family members through its Alexa voice assistant, even after they’ve died.
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