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Brad Smith, president of Microsoft, discusses the tech giant's business strategy when it comes to artificial intelligence.
Brad Smith, president of Microsoft, discusses concerns over the sharing of technology between the U.S. and China.
Researchers said such a move would "allow for more comfort and flexibility" and ease rush-hour bottlenecks.
The United States' proposed trade tariffs on imported Chinese goods would apply to artworks originating in China, causing an outrage in the world of art buyers and dealers. The NYT reports.
Jane Wurwand, co-founder of Dermalogica, explains how her skincare brand was set up without venture capital backing.
Jane Wurwand, co-founder of Dermalogica, discusses the lack of gender equality in entrepreneurship.
Laguna Beach social climber Elizabeth Mulder financed her plastic surgery, Arabian horses and ocean view real estate by swindling her close friends.
The findings, which surveyed more than 4,000 UK adults, illustrated that almost 60 percent of those in full-time jobs would choose to start work before the clock strikes 9.
"Crazy Rich Asians" may be a movie but the absurd wealth and lavish spending it illuminates in Singapore and elsewhere in Asia is absolutely real, an FT reporter living in Singapore reports.
A wannabe art dealer sells fake works by American masters of abstract expressionism in an $80 million scam, fooling rich collectors and pocketing millions.
Physical music purchases are falling with the proliferation of streaming services, so musical artists are turning to live events as a way to reap rewards.
On Thursday, BBC History Magazine released the results of its “100 Women Who Changed the World” poll, which featured an array of pioneering women.
A development in Singapore, Marina One, combines 160,000 plants with office and residential towers. It could be a model for the future of urban living.
A new mixed-use development in Singapore combines urban living and natural habitats. CNBC's Uptin Saiidi explores how it could be a model for the future.
Two paintings appeared to sell for massive prices, but actually lost or made very little money for Sotheby's.
CNBC's Robert Frank reports Sotheby's shares are sliding as a result of two paintings being sold at a net loss.