Salesforce shares tumble 20%, on pace for worst day since 2004

Salesforce stock fell in premarket trading Thursday after the company released weaker-than-expected fiscal first-quarter results on Wednesday.

Index values for Dow, S&P 500 are working again after hourlong freeze

The CME Group confirmed to CNBC that there were issues affecting the calculations of those two indexes on Thursday.

Argentina’s 'anarcho capitalist' Milei meets with Sam Altman, Tim Cook and Sundar Pichai in a bid to spur investment

Analysts say Milei's Silicon Valley tour is likely designed to position Argentina as an attractive place to invest.

CNBC's Inside India newsletter: Could markets sink even if Modi wins?

Although the counting of ballots will only begin on June 4, exit polls by local media outlets are likely to pour in soon after voting finishes on Saturday.

Fed's Williams says inflation is too high but will start coming down soon

With markets on edge over the direction of monetary policy, Williams offered no clear indication of where he is leaning with possible interest rate cuts.

South Africa's ruling ANC set to lose majority in pivotal vote, early results show

Early indications from 17.54% of polls show the ANC gaining 42.95% of support, with the Democratic Alliance (DA) wresting 25.24% of votes.

A top secret meeting is kicking off in Madrid with the CEOs of Google DeepMind, Anthropic and Microsoft AI in attendance

AI will once again dominate discussions at the secretive annual Bilderberg Meeting, which kicks off in Madrid, Spain on Thursday.

Foot Locker stock surges 20% as turnaround shows signs of life

Foot Locker is making gains under CEO Mary Dillon, who has been working to win back brands and Wall Street's confidence with an ambitious turnaround plan.

French Open: Alcohol banned from stands at Roland Garros by tournament director Amelie Mauresmo

The first week of the tournament has seen a raucous atmosphere and there was an incident on Wednesday when Belgian David Goffin claimed a spectator spat chewing gum at him during his five sets victory over France's Giovanni Mpetshi Perricard.

Orange juice prices are going through the roof — forcing some makers to consider alternative fruits

Orange juice prices have climbed to fresh all-time highs amid persistent supply constraints, forcing some makers to consider alternative fruits.

Temperatures in India hover at record highs as heatwave grips the country

A record heat wave has engulfed India’s capital region Delhi and surrounding areas, with temperatures near all-time highs throughout the week.

Chinese travelers are opting for lower-cost domestic destinations over foreign tourist spots

Cost-conscious Chinese consumers are increasingly picking cheaper tourist destinations at home instead of going overseas.

Dubai bling: Billions of dollars worth of African gold is being smuggled into the UAE each year, research finds

Each year, as much as $35 billion worth of gold from artisanal and small-scale mining in Africa is smuggled out of its borders, a report found.

Fintech targeted by climate skeptics banks $37 million from likes of UBS, CommerzVentures

Swedish climate fintech Doconomy told CNBC it's raised $36.9 million in a Series B round co-led by the venture arms of UBS and CommerzBank.

South Korean tech conglomerate SK Inc. surges 16% after chair's $1 billion divorce settlement

SK Inc. is one of Korea's largest conglomerates and is the holding firm for SK Hynix, one of the world's biggest memory chip firms.

L’Oreal says it's working on a form of bioprinted skin that can actually ‘feel’

L'Oreal says it is working with start-ups and research institutions to develop bioprinted skin that can actually "feel."

Nutritional needs are 'shifting' amid rise of weight loss drugs, says Nestle CEO

Consumers' nutritional needs are "shifting" amid the rise of weight loss drugs, which is an opportunity for food companies, Nestle CEO Mark Schneider said.

BlackRock-backed fintech Trustly says IPO still at least one year out even as profits jump 51%

Johan Tjarnberg, CEO of Trustly, told CNBC his firm still needs time to prove the value of its open banking tech to investors before going public.

UBS overhauls wealth management leadership in wider board shake-up

The new appointments provide an important signal on the future direction of the bank as it tees up a replacement for outgoing CEO Sergio Ermotti.

Google to invest $2 billion in Malaysia and build data center to capture rising AI demand

The investment will be Google's largest one in the country so far in its 13 years of operation there.

Psychology expert shares her No. 1 tip on how to deprioritize work and live a purposeful life

Jodi Wellman, a positive psychology expert, was an executive leader for 17 years but realized that achieving the pinnacle of success wasn't bringing her any joy.

Gen Zs are traveling big this summer — how they're paying for it may surprise you

Some 42% of Gen Zs and 47% of millennials say they're willing to go into debt to pay for their summer vacations, according to Bankrate.

Singapore pushes for green data centers as growing AI demand strains energy resources

The city-state launched a green data center roadmap on Thursday "to support our ambitions for the digital economy" as demand for AI and computing grows.

Salesforce shares plunge 16% on first revenue miss since 2006

Salesforce issued a disappointing forecast in its quarterly earnings report on Wednesday.

DOJ charges Chinese national with operating 'world's largest botnet' that stole $5.9 billion in Covid relief funds

The FBI previously shut down the China-backed "Volt Typhoon" hacking group, which had been targeting U.S. water plants, electric grids and more.

CNBC Daily Open: Dow drops, Nvidia can't save Nasdaq

ConocoPhillips is set to buy Marathon Oil in a $17 billion deal that would boost its portfolio.

Nelson Peltz sells entire Disney stake weeks after losing proxy battle

In early April, Nelson Peltz's Trian lost a proxy battle at Disney as shareholders reelected the company's full slate of board nominees.

Turbulence-hit Singapore Airlines flight fell 54 meters in less than five seconds, investigation finds

The Singapore Airlines flight that last week encountered severe turbulence on its way from London to Singapore dropped 54 meters in less than five seconds.

How Temu parent PDD dethroned Alibaba to become China's most valuable e-commerce company

PDD Holdings reported stellar first-quarter results last week, sending its shares surging and driving its market-cap past that of rival Alibaba Group.

Former OpenAI board member explains why CEO Sam Altman got fired before he was rehired

Former OpenAI board member Helen Toner said board members learned about ChatGPT from Twitter and didn't know CEO Sam Altman owned the OpenAI startup fund.


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