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Ukraine's parliament approved Volodymyr Groysman as prime minister on Thursday in the biggest political shakeup since a 2014 uprising.
The e-book business is thriving, despite the competition between digital, print and audible books, according to the boss of Kobo.
The mastermind behind the popular gaming app Trivia Crack shares his tips for how to come up with the next killer app.
BP responded to a barrage of complaints from shareholders on Thursday over CEO Bob Dudley's pay package.
McDonald's is targeting private equity firms for its planned sale of 2,800 restaurants in North Asia, people familiar with the matter told Reuters.
Following his announcement to donate $250 million for cancer research, Sean Parker joined CNBC to discuss his initiative.
The company's Messenger feature will now include an interactive robot. It's purpose: connect more businesses with consumers.
Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam responded to Bernie Sanders after the senator supported the strike against the company.
European stock markets rallied following positive Chinese data, with the U.K. FTSE hitting a 2016 high, but it may fall back soon.
U.K. supermarket Tesco announced a full-year pre-tax profit of £162 million ($230 million) on Wednesday and said the company was confident that it would continue to "rebuild profitability."
BuzzFeed missed its revenue target for 2015 and has slashed its internal projections for 2016 by about half, the Financial Times reports.
British singers Adele and Ed Sheeran were the top selling recording artists of the year, followed by Taylor Swift, the Financial Times reports.
Many female Uber and Lyft passengers have filed sexual assault claims against drivers. So this startup is banning men, Vox reports.
Some of the Wall Street banks suspected of playing key roles in helping the scandal-riddled Malaysian fund raise and move money.
CNBC's Jim Cramer does not mind the latest Starbucks downgrade, but investors should mind the risks of pulling out of the stock.
From China woes to a shift in consumer tastes; the raft of headwinds weighing on luxury means the sector may be forced to embrace a new normal.
The business case for diversity is clear, says Accenture's Ellyn Shook. So why has the global pay gap been so difficult to dent?
Bundesbank president Jens Weidmann has rebuked German politicians for trying to pressure ECB chief Mario Draghi over his monetary policies.
House Speaker Paul Ryan has told Wall Streeters in no uncertain terms to face reality: He won't be the nominee, Politico's Ben White says.
Oil markets will balance out as cuts to capital investment by the oil companies lead to a drop in supply, according to the CEO of Chevron.
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