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David Ramsden joined the Bank of England (BOE) Monday as deputy governor for markets, with analysts expecting the economist to stick to a dovish line.
Elon Musk has made an even more ominous warning about artificial intelligence (AI), suggesting it could be the cause of a third world war.
Britain's Prince William and his wife Kate are expecting a third child, their office said on Monday.
The letter is over twice as long as those written by the three previous presidents.
Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said on Thursday it has received a permit to test self-driving vehicles in California, marking the entry of the world's largest smart phone maker four months after iPhone maker and arch rival Apple Inc received a permit.
Jim Cramer revealed the one company that can compete with Facebook, and it may come as a surprise.
Jim Cramer sat down with Ingevity CEO Michael Wilson, who discussed his company's spin-off, the resurgence in oilfields and sustainability.
In Trump's America, top company executives are more frequently taking political sides, says Jerry Davis in The Conversation.
European markets closed higher on Thursday as investors digested fresh data and geopolitical fears eased.
Jim Cramer found some juicy areas for acquisition, and unveiled the signs to watch in the oil patch.
Jim Cramer sat down with Hain Celestial CEO Irwin Simon, who shared what he learned during a probe into his company's accounting practices.
"There was no other candidate that the Board considered," said Expedia Chairman Barry Diller.
His plan for Uber makes it a priority to "pay the bills."
Reports have indicated that companies like SoftBank might be eyeing a stake.
The highest-paid business leader in the United States makes 2,617 times the average salary for American workers, N.Y. Times reports.
Dara Khosrowshahi, Uber's top CEO choice and the chief of Expedia, talks about being an Iranian immigrant with CNBC's Jim Cramer.
Khosrowshahi was clearly telling the people with the power to hire him that they would have to step off, Recode reports.
North Korea's Supreme Leader knows that "all options on the table for the international community are bad."
The Philippines lifted its one-month suspension on Uber Technologies ahead of schedule on Tuesday after the ride-hailing firm paid almost $10 million in a fine and financial aid to its drivers affected by the halted operations.
Picking Uber's new chief executive was anything but straightforward, the NYT reports.
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