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The U.K. is bending over backwards to welcome Saudi Arabia's crown prince as he starts a three-day state visit aimed at deepening economic ties between the two countries.
Important U.S. industries have responded with consternation to the increasing risk of a trade war with China, dubbing it an unwinnable situation.
Alessandro Benetton also dismissed suggestions that Italy should ditch the euro.
The International Monetary Fund's (IMF) Managing Director Christine Lagarde has warned a global trade war would create a lose-lose situation for everyone.
African National Congress (ANC) leader Cyril Ramaphosa has been sworn in as South Africa's new president, following his predecessor Jacob Zuma's departure Wednesday night after a long power struggle.
Worried money managers who are fretting about the recent market correction just need to follow the advice of Warren Buffett, an investment manager said.
Deficit will be President Donald Trump's legacy, financial strategists are warning as the U.S. budget expands to accommodate the government's spending plan.
Germany could break away from years of fiscal discipline amid plans by its new government to increase spending, analysts have told CNBC.
Securing a better way to feed Asia's growing population is what motivates JUST CEO Josh Tetrick to challenge the status quo of the food industry.
Nestle fell short of earnings expectations for 2017, citing "challenging environments" in their North American and Brazilian markets.
Credit Suisse is defending a controversial financial product it issued that played a role in the staggering market losses last week.
Credit Suisse reported a net loss of 983 million Swiss francs ($1.05 billion) for 2017 on Wednesday.
Musician hails transformative nature of technology at the World Government Summit in Dubai.
Zuma addressed increasing calls for him to resign by his ruling African National Congress party on Wednesday.
Apple's stock dipped slightly in premarket trading Monday after a report said it would halve production for the iPhone X in the first three months of 2018.
The transport minister of Saudi Arabia said discussions are underway for the so-called Saudi Landbridge.