European markets were slightly higher on Thursday morning, with investor sentiment buoyed by another record close on Wall Street.
French President Emmanuel Macron is visiting the UK Thursday for the first time since taking office, in an attempt to secure defense cooperation post-Brexit.
For the first time in the 48-year history of the World Economic Forum (WEF), this month's summit in Davos, Switzerland will be chaired entirely by women.
Artificial intelligence (AI) could be the biggest challenge facing the jobs market and even humanity itself, according to Nobel Prize-winning economist Robert Shiller.
The S&P 500 has risen so quickly this month that it has already topped or matched some Wall Street 2018 targets, collected in CNBC's strategist survey.
Rappler's case "is a tragic reminder to Facebook of the central role it plays in shaping political discourse," said human rights lawyer Carly Nyst.
Hoping to generate youth interest in state finances, Singapore's finance ministry paid 50 users to post on the annual economic blueprint.
Apple CEO Tim Cook said an upcoming iOS update will allow users to turn off a software function that purposefully slows down phones with older batteries.
The New York Times, The Washington Post, CNN, Newsweek, TIME and ABC News were named "winners" of President Donald Trump's "Fake News Awards."
A government shutdown could impact the White House's 2019 defense budget plan and President Trump's planned military buildup, say experts.
Jim Cramer sat down with natural gas guru Charif Souki, who shared his outlook on the future of natural gas exploration.
The cryptocurrency market rout may be the beginning of a needed washout that digital currency enthusiasts have been waiting for.
Jim Cramer reiterated his bullishness on J.P. Morgan, Citigroup and Bank of America after a flurry of earnings reports from the big banks.
Jim Cramer interviewed Apple CEO Tim Cook after his company's pledge to contribute $350 billion to the U.S. economy for an inside look at the move.
A New York City designer has his sights set on becoming fashion royalty, but his company is barely scraping by. If Marcus Lemonis can’t find a way to fix this company, it will shut its doors forever.
Asked if the White House was afraid of what Bannon might say, Sanders replied, "not that I'm aware of."