Tesla's troubles with labor unions in Scandinavia deepened, as it lost a legal suit against Sweden's postal service and Finland joined a solidarity strike.
Automakers are reconsidering the viability of hybrid vehicles to appease consumer demand and avoid costly penalties related to federal fuel economy standards.
EU institutions spent the week hashing out proposals to come up with an agreement on how to regulate tools like ChatGPT.
There's nothing about a 3.7% unemployment rate and another 199,000 jobs that even whispers "recession," let alone screams it.
The 'beverage concept' will open in Illinois this week.
Britain's National Cyber Security Centre said Russian spies had been running a cyber campaign against high-profile British individuals and entities since 2015.
It comes as the company races to challenge OpenAI's GPT technology.
Paramount shares surged Friday following reports that RedBird and Skydance were exploring a potential takeover.
CNBC is now accepting nominations for the 2024 Disruptor 50 list — our twelfth annual look at the most innovative venture-backed companies.
Nonfarm payrolls were expected to increase by 190,000 in November, according to the Dow Jones consensus estimate.
The potential restart of talks could open a window to resolve a stalemate in one of the most high-profile labor disputes in the U.S. in recent years.
A team at Google has proposed using AI technology to create a "bird's-eye" view of users' lives using mobile phone data such as photographs and searches.
Casgevy uses the Nobel Prize-winning technology CRISPR to treat sickle cell disease, a blood disorder that affects about 100,000 Americans.
Hiroshi "Mickey" Mikitani told CNBC that he believes Rakuten's mobile unit will be "one of the most profitable businesses."
Putin has run Russia for roughly 24 years and securing another presidential win would see him remain at the helm of Russian politics until at least 2030.
Secretary of State Blinken stressed the U.S. concern for the protection of civilians in Gaza, where authorities say that over 16,000 people have been killed.
The report identified Shell, Exxon Mobil, Glencore and Kraft Heinz as among the firms that saw profits "far outpace" inflation.
The U.K.'s competition watchdog has opened an initial review into Microsoft's mammoth investment into ChatGPT creator OpenAI.
China's Politburo said Friday that it would continue to implement "proactive" fiscal policies and "prudent" monetary policies next year.
A combination of geopolitical tensions and continued central bank buying should see gold demand remain resilient next year, according to the World Gold Council.
Jon Rahm, the defending Masters champion, signed on Thursday to leave the PGA Tour for Saudi-backed LIV Golf.
The Purosangue, its name meaning "pure blood" or "thoroughbred" in Italian, comes with a 7.5 liter, V-12 engine.
Economists expect the Labor Department to report that nonfarm payrolls expanded by 190,000 last month, up from 150,000 in October.
Shares of Asian livestreaming app 17LIVE began trading on Friday following merger with Singapore's first SPAC, Vertex Technology Acquisition Corporation.
Wall Street resumed its rally as technology giants intensified their AI race, boosting tech stocks.
Santos and Woodside Energy have opened talks to discuss a potential merger in what could create a $52 billion oil and gas behemoth.
Soccer fans in Hong Kong will be able to see the world's best player Lionel Messi in action next year when David Beckham's Inter Miami play the Hong Kong team in February.
It's a good time for homeowners in Hong Kong to buy now, but investors hunting for yield might want to think twice, says Peter Churchouse of Portwood Capital.
Google shares jumped Thursday after the company announced its latest artificial intelligence model called Gemini.
For the past year, AI chips have been dominated by Nvidia, and cloud providers and technology companies have been searching for an alternative.