U.S. reports more than 83,000 coronavirus cases two days in a row as experts warn of difficult winter

The U.S. reported more than 83,700 new Covid-19 cases on Friday, passing the last record seen in mid-July, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University.

Joe Biden calls climate change the ?number one issue facing humanity?

Scientists say that Joe Biden's plan to transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy is required to avoid the most catastrophic consequences of climate change.

Tesla recalls nearly 50,000 Model S and X cars in China over faulty suspension

The China State Administration for Market Regulation announced the recall of nearly 50,000 Tesla Model S and Model X cars.

Businesses should get ready for more volatility in the Chinese yuan, regulator says

The Chinese currency, also known as the renminbi, strengthened this week to levels against the U.S. dollar not seen in more than two years.

WHO says some countries 'are on a dangerous track' as Covid cases begin to stress health systems

The European region is reporting a "rapid increase in cases and deaths," with new infections growing 25% over the week, according to the WHO.

Kevin O'Leary says give stimulus to the people who need it, not 'zombie companies'

"Let them go bankrupt," O'Leary said of airlines, whose industry is expected to burn $77 billion in cash in the second half of 2020.

Dr. Scott Gottlieb warns of 'staggering' Covid death totals in U.S. as infection rates increase

"We might retest some of the totals that we saw in the spring, when we were reporting 2,000 deaths a day related to this virus," former FDA chief Dr. Scott Gottlieb told CNBC.

A picturesque hilltop village in Italy will pay you to move and work there

The Italian village of Santo Stefano di Sessanio is hoping to attract new younger residents by offering them grants totaling as much as 44,000 euros ($52,022). 

Music legend Nile Rodgers says post-Covid insurance issues could radically change live shows

Multi-Grammy award-winning Nile Rodgers told CNBC that he doesn't know if his live shows can ever be the same again following the Covid-19 crisis.

Companies plan to continue shifting supply chains out of China under Biden or Trump, says PwC exec

While investment in China will remain important, "on a relative basis, we're seeing U.S. companies planning to spread that out more," PwC U.S. Chair Tim Ryan told CNBC.

Dow closes slightly lower, snaps 3-week winning streak

The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell slightly to end a downbeat week as investors weighed the potential for additional fiscal stimulus.

GOP pollster says Trump won the final debate but Biden 'won the war'

It's 'virtually impossible' for Trump to win reelection, GOP pollster Frank Luntz said the morning after the president's final debate with Joe Biden.

Here are the key moments from the final Trump-Biden presidential debate

Trump and Biden answered questions and challenged each other about the coronavirus pandemic, the economy and foreign interference in the election.

Amazon blames 'technical issue' for removing Apple Card as payment option

CNBC confirmed with two separate Amazon accounts that an Apple Card used to make a purchase on Thursday had been removed as a payment option on Friday.

Euro zone business activity shrinks once more as Covid second wave surges

Economic activity in the euro zone shrunk in October, flash data showed on Friday.

Barclays crushes expectations for the third quarter as provisions for loan losses fall

Barclays on Friday reported a net profit attributable to shareholders of £611 million ($797.7 million) as the British lender attempts to plot a recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.

$10 billion crypto firm Ripple considers relocating to London over U.S. regulation

Switzerland, Singapore, Japan and the United Arab Emirates are also under consideration for Ripple's potential move abroad.

A British university is testing new low-carbon tech that could cut heating costs

Homes old and new are being fitted with kit designed to make them more efficient.

The experts' guide to planning a trip to Hawaii

From golfing and hotel spas to luxury car rentals, CNBC's Global Traveler tapped several travel experts with decades of collective planning experience for advice on where to go and what to do in the Aloha State.

Walmart has a grand plan to help suppliers club together to buy green energy

The world's largest retailer will help suppliers buy renewable energy via power purchase agreements.

China's electric car strategy is starting to go global ? and the U.S. is lagging behind

In a future driven by electric vehicles, China is poised to dominate if the U.S. does not transform its automobile industry in coming years.

As Chinese investment into Ireland surges, Dublin tightens the rule book     

Ireland's industrial policy relies heavily on outside investment with several tech and pharmaceutical giants having headquarters in the country.

Huawei's growth slows sharply as U.S. sanctions bite

U.S. sanctions, including the blacklisting of Huawei and moves to cut the Chinese company off from key semiconductor supplies, are weighing on the results.

Ideas inspired by nature could change the way our towns and cities look

Animals, plants and trees are helping to shape the urban environment.

Chinese fintech giant Lufax seeks up to $2.36 billion in U.S. IPO

Lufax said it will issue 175,000,000 American depositary shares (ADS) which will be priced between $11.50 and $13.50 per share

Why optimism could be unhelpful in a pandemic, according to behavioral psychologists

Experts say that our tendency to overestimate positive outcomes could be putting ourselves and others at risk.

FDA approves Gilead's remdesivir as coronavirus treatment

Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's leading infectious disease expert, has previously said the drug would set "a new standard of care" for Covid-19 patients.

Huawei launches another Google-less flagship phone as U.S. sanctions threaten to halt chip supply

Huawei touted a powerful new 5G chip with its new Mate 40 smartphone lineup. The company faces a supply shortage due to U.S. sanctions.

Goldman Sachs agrees to pay more than $2.9 billion to resolve probes into its 1MDB scandal

The deal resolves an issue that has weighed on CEO David Solomon since he took over from Lloyd Blankfein two years ago.

Coronavirus second wave is hitting Europe in very different ways. JPMorgan has a theory on it

There's no doubt that Europe is seeing a second wave of coronavirus infections, but the surge is not affecting its major economies in the same way, and JP Morgan has a theory why that may be.


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