Javier David is the weekend editor for CNBC.com. David joined the site as a writer in 2012, covering energy, markets and general business/financial topics.
Prior to CNBC, he covered foreign exchange and macroeconomics for Dow Jones and The Wall Street Journal, where he occasionally covered top Federal Reserve officials. He got his first start in journalism reporting on foreign exchange and macroeconomics, capital markets and corporate governance at Reuters, as well as global policymakers.
Javier holds a bachelor of arts in economics and politics from Long Island University, and a Master of Public Administration from Columbia University.
Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne's deteriorating health forced the company to replace him on Saturday. The company's president told employees in an emotional letter obtained by CNBC.
A ride-sharing driver in St. Louis who reportedly live streams his passengers has been suspended by Uber and Lyft for violating guidelines.
Dan Coats downplayed an 'awkward' exchange earlier this week that suggested he was uncomfortable with a planned summit in Washington between President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Elon Musk launched into a blistering Twitter tirade early Sunday against a British explorer who helped spearhead the rescue of a youth soccer team trapped in a Thailand cave.
With Brexit negotiations having hit rough shoals, UK Prime Minister Theresa May is under pressure to deliver on the 2016 vote to extricate the U.K. Trump suggested the U.S. and U.K. could negotiate a "tremendous" trade agreement.
Elon Musk defended himself in the face of widening criticism over money he sent to a Republican political-action committee, with the billionaire touting his support for environmental and humanitarian causes.
A woman exposed to the nerve agent Novichok is dead, UK authorities said on Sunday.
North Korea's aggression is "alive and well" despite a tenuous peace with the U.S. and South Korea, a risk analysis firm said on Sunday.
President Donald Trump issued a new demand for the world's leading oil producing countries to stabilize oil markets.
Michael Cohen is no longer identifying himself as President Donald Trump's personal lawyer.