Turkey's President Erdogan declares 3-month state of emergency for quake-hit regions

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan declared a three-month state of emergency in 10 of the country's provinces Tuesday.

Crypto exchange Binance will suspend U.S. dollar transfers

Binance said it would suspend U.S. dollar withdrawals and deposits beginning Feb. 8.

Mark Mobius: Adani had 'big problems' that put me off, but India still looks appealing

The head of Mobius Capital Partners said fraud accusations against Adani should be seen as isolated and wake investors up to the scale of the Indian market.

UK PM Rishi Sunak overhauls government departments after bumpy 100 days in power

U.K. Prime Minister Rishi Sunak announced a mini overhaul of his government as he seeks to reassert his authority after a shaky first 100 days in office.

Turkey’s Ceyhan oil port disrupted by weather as earthquake damage assessed

Adverse weather conditions are disrupting loadings at Turkey's Ceyhan port, where damage is being assessed in wake of Monday's twin earthquakes.

New Western measures aim to turn up the heat on Putin’s oil revenues. Analysts are underwhelmed

The West is seeking to deplete Russian President Vladimir Putin's war chest as the Kremlin's nearly year-long war in Ukraine drags on.

London’s rental market is in crisis. Here’s why and how renters are struggling

High demand and low supply have led to soaring prices and a rental market crisis in London.

The next 'White Lotus' is expected to be filmed in one of these locations in Asia

HBO smash hit "The White Lotus" led to soaring travel interest in its previous filming locations, Hawaii and Sicily. Now all eyes are on Asia for season three.

From Nike to Nutella: Company names you have probably been mispronouncing your whole life

Global company names often get Americanized or Anglicized to the point where they're unrecognizable.

Fed's Neel Kashkari says central bank has not made enough progress, keeping his rate outlook

Kashkari told CNBC on Tuesday that he sees the Fed's benchmark interest rate likely heading to about 5.4%.

BP posts record 2022 earnings to join Big Oil profit bonanza

Oil major BP's record annual profits follow bumper earnings from energy giants Shell, Exxon Mobil and Chevron.

Baidu leaps to 11-month high as it reveals plan to launch ChatGPT-style 'Ernie Bot'

Shares of Baidu jumped more than 13% in Hong Kong as the company said it will launch its own artificial intelligence chatbot.

Bill Gates on why he'll carry on using private jets and campaigning on climate change

The Microsoft co-founder made his comments during an interview with the BBC.

U.S. is 'absolutely' behind on supply chain independence from China, Biden advisor says

For the U.S., whose relations with China can currently be described as tense at best, this poses several potential security risks.

Nintendo cuts sales forecast for its ageing Switch console after disappointing holiday season

Nintendo said it now expects to sell 18 million Switch units for the fiscal year ending March 2023, down from a previous forecast of 19 million.

SoftBank's Vision Fund posts fourth straight quarter of losses as tech slump hits Japanese giant

SoftBank's flagship investment arm, the Vision Fund, has been hit by a slump in technology valuations over the past year.

75% of LGBTQ+ startup founders hide their identity from investors, UK survey finds

A survey from U.K. LGBTQ+ investor network Proud Ventures found that 75% of LGBTQ+ startup founders and 79% of investors conceal their identity.

French bank BNP Paribas reports bumper profit for 2022, boosts stock purchase plan

BNP Paribas reported Tuesday a 7% rise in net income for 2022 and revised up its profit targets.

A prominent UK cybersecurity stock is under attack from short sellers. Here's what you need to know

Cybersecurity firm Darktrace was targeted in a short seller report from New York-based asset manager Quintessential Capital Management.

There isn't enough copper in the world — and the shortage could last till 2030

A copper deficit is set to inundate global markets throughout 2023, fueled by increasingly challenged South American supply streams and higher demand pressures.

Google announces Bard A.I. in response to ChatGPT

Google Bard comes as the company tries to compete with the popularity of ChatGPT.

This college dropout sold his first company for six figures at 21. Here's his recipe for success

Kevin Kim's new startup Stadium Live has a star-studded list of investors, including NBA star Kevin Durant and World Cup champion Blaise Matuidi.

Microsoft likely to reveal ChatGPT-related service at event on Tuesday

Microsoft on Monday announced plans to host a news event that could be related to the AI chatbot ChatGPT.

India will buy oil from 'wherever we have to' if terms are beneficial, energy minister says

India will secure oil from anywhere as long as the terms are beneficial, India's energy minister Hardeep Singh Puri told CNBC.

U.S. Treasury bond yields rise — and stock markets fall — on January jobs report

January’s U.S. jobs report was so positive that Treasury yields rose and markets fell. Their trajectory for the rest of the week depends on Fed Chair Powell.

'The worst is over': Tech investors are bullish on investing in China again

Tech investors share an optimistic outlook on investing in China again, but investors realized that they cannot put all of their eggs in one basket.

Retailers in China enact rare price cuts for Apple's high-end iPhone 14 line

Price cuts to Apple's iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max in China come amid a smartphone demand slump in the world's second-largest economy.

Adani rout deepens despite soothing words from India's government and billionaires

Most Adani Group companies shed market cap on Monday, as the feud between the conglomerate and a short seller firm further deepened.

China urges calm after U.S. shoots down suspected spy balloon

China's Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesperson Mao Ning urged both sides to remain calm after the U.S. said it shot down what it called a Chinese spy balloon.

Failure to raise U.S. debt ceiling would lead to 'economic and financial catastrophe,' Yellen says

Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen warned that defaulting on the debt ceiling would lead to financial catastrophe.

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