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Uber's chief executive said the ride-hailing firm's China unit was valued at more than $8 billion after its latest fundraising round.
The technology company's earnings easily topped expectations, but its data center revenue came in lower than expected.
Goldman said it reached an agreement in principle to resolve an investigation related to residential mortgage-backed securities activities.
Britons are losing their taste for European-style lager and are turning to bitter and ale instead, according to new research.
El Nino has rocked countries from Australia to Paraguay. Now, analysts are tipping renewed jitters spurred by La Nina, El Nino's little sister.
The announcement comes just a week after Netflix went live in more than 130 countries, covering almost the entire globe except China.
BHP Billiton booked a $7.2B writedown on the value of its U.S. shale assets, reflecting a slump in oil and gas prices.
An outlet called the Amaq News Agency has been getting the scoops because it gets tips straight from ISIS, the New York Times reports.
Indonesia’s markets have shrugged off the concerted terrorist attack on its capital, with the currency and shares recovering quickly.
Repairs to the MTA's L train may be an inconvenience for commuters, but it could prove more costly to Brooklyn's booming housing market.
John Lewis calls out Hollywood for failing to nominate black actors or directors for the 2016 Academy Awards.
Amid the wreckage of the crude oil market, Warren Buffett is extending his bet on an oil giant.
The CEO of Puerto Rican insurance company Ambac fired back at his critics in an exclusive interview with CNBC.
Hypergrowth in ETF Index funds is posing a big market risk, experts warn. It's time for investors to look at diversifying their holdings.
Jim Cramer saw four main drivers that prompted the market to rally on Thursday. Can stocks stay in the green?
A "sell the rally" mindset will persist until investors get clarity on a few key issues, Art Hogan said.
Following Thursday's climb, some "Fast Money" traders highlighted JPMorgan Chase, which gave markets a push higher with earnings.
Foursquare's latest round of funding pegs the former start-up darling at half its 2013 valuation, the NYT reports.
An unreleased NYC study will report that ride-sharing services have not had a major impact on Manhattan traffic, according to the WSJ.
The company's China subsidiary has received a license in the U.S. to operate as an ocean freight forwarder, Re/code reports.