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The ruble has actually gotten so strong that Russia's central bank is trying to weaken it, fearing that this will make their exports less competitive.
Closing arguments in the criminal fraud trial of former Theranos COO Ramesh 'Sunny' Balwani kicked off Tuesday.
Major averages suffered their 10th losing week in 11 on fears that the Fed will hike rates aggressively to tame inflation at the risk of causing a recession.
Meta, formerly Facebook, is going to spend $10 billion this year on research and development on virtual reality and augmented reality technologies.
Stagflation refers to a combination of high inflation and high unemployment. Here's why experts are worried the economy may be susceptible to those conditions.
The production company, called Hana Kuma, will produce scripted and non-fiction content.
Australia's leading wine industry body Wine Australia will be closing a key office in China after sales continue to tank.
There are indications that Chinese companies that produce raw materials for EV batteries use forced labor, according to The New York Times.
Musk said the actual number of overall job cuts at Tesla was "not super material."
Singapore lacks natural resources — the country imports more than 90% of its food from more than 170 countries and regions.
A days-long rail walkout that is causing severe travel disruption across the Britain could be just the beginning of a summer of strikes, U.K. workers' unions have warned.
India is now "emerging as something very exciting," thanks in part to technology and government policies, says veteran investor Mark Mobius.
Mighty Jaxx has partnered with some of the biggest brands in the world. How did an email turn the tide for the company? CNBC Make It finds out.
Beyonce released a new single, "Break My Soul," on Monday. The song taps into the worker malaise that led a record number of Americans to quit their jobs.
"Right now, the best outcome would be for the averages to come down quickly, so [Fed Chair Jay Powell] can get it over with," the "Mad Money" host said.
The IEA's report comes at a time of rising inflation, a sustained surge in oil and gas prices and geopolitical tensions.