President Donald Trump will attend the World Economic Forum's annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland in January, the White House announced on Tuesday.
Almost 40 percent of all industrial control systems and critical infrastructure faced a cyberattack at some point in the second half of 2017.
Global gross domestic product growth is nearing the long-term average of 4 percent.
A message of unity and common bonds, the OECD appears to hope, will drive home the message that there are alternatives to protectionist agendas.
Not the "combative, loud Trump," the president "calmed the room with his speech" at Davos, critics say.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin tells CNBC his lack of concern about the dollar's value is limited to the near term.
The president of the WEF has urged European leaders to continue trying to find common ground with Donald Trump.
Almost half of Americans want the government to send them weekly checks, regardless of their income or work.
Longtime basic income advocates say we're closer than ever to adopting the program.
Everyone in Britain under the age of 55 should be entitled to £10,000 ($14,127) from the government, a leading think tank has proposed.
President Donald Trump deserved to be congratulated for the recent changes to the U.S. tax system, according to Siemens CEO Joe Kaeser.
"I started speaking out when I was 11 years old and I had no idea if my voice can have an impact or not," the activist said.
"It means equality and no one would object equality, no one should object equality,” Malala Yousafzai said at Davos.
A market correction is well overdue and markets could be in for a price backtrack of up to 15 percent this year, Bernhard Hodler told CNBC.
In what may have been the opening salvo of a potential U.S.-China trade spat, the Trump administration announced it was applying a 30 percent tariff to certain imports, to include solar panels and modules.
Gender parity globally may be 170 years away, the WEF estimates.
Haruhiko Kuroda said Friday that the country has been gripped by a deflationary mindset.
Trump tells CNBC that if "the Democrat" had won the presidential election, stocks would be down 50 percent.
At the World Economic Forum in Davos, Trump warns against countries trying to "exploit" others through trade pacts.
President Trump has the U.S. on course for a nuclear war with North Korea, billionaire investor and progressive political activist George Soros said.
Microsoft is pushing for a new set of global norms to try and police government activity in cyberspace.
The titans of global finance in Davos are too optimistic about stocks and the economy, developer Jeff Greene says.
"Don't kid yourself, regulations are just as big as the tax cuts," the president told CNBC.
The U.S. musician and entrepreneur is optimistic about what the technology will bring.
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