U.S. government debt yields rose slightly in light volume Monday after a new round of economic data.
Stocks fell on Monday, the first trading day of the month, as concerns of a trade war brewing between the U.S. and China persisted.
A slew of European nations announced they are expelling Russian diplomats in response to the poisoning of an ex-spy on British soil in early March.
Music streaming services are too similar and need to have more original content, Apple Music executive Jimmy Iovine told the BBC.
Stock markets around the world see sharp falls, with investors worrying over a potential trade war.
Police in London removed cordons and reopened the offices of analytics firm Cambridge Analytica, after a suspicious package sparked a brief evacuation on Thursday afternoon.
Italy is headed towards a hung parliament Monday, following an election that saw voters shun mainstream politics and opt for more anti-establishment parties.
Lorenzo Codogno, an economist at LC Macro Advisors, put it bluntly in a research note at the end of last week: "The outcome of the Italian elections remains highly uncertain."
Jeremy Corbyn unveiled his party's plan for Brexit, saying the country should stay in a permanent customs union with the EU after it leaves.
KFC posts a full-page apology in two British newspapers for a chicken shortage that forced the closure of hundreds of restaurants.
CNBC's James Wright looks at the history of Formula One while Geoff Cutmore speaks to Sean Bratches, the company's managing director of commercial operations.
It's is one of the largest marketing communications companies in the world, now it wants to change its internal culture. Ogilvy wants to get better at listening and why it's being driven from the top of the organisation. HundredX's Rob Pace tells CNBC how and why John Seifert is pushing ahead with the change.
Passengers using Uber or Lyft are now able to buy drinks, snacks and even phone chargers via tech company Cargo
CNBC looks at how the computer systems in F1 cars have made their way into regular vehicles.
FIA President Jean Todt discusses his start with the Ferarri team and the current problems facing F1.
F1 experts discuss whether the quieter engine sounds are making the sport less attractive.
CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports that Chinese phone-maker ZTE is firing back at the U.S. after regulators there punished the tech company.
The country is making a big pitch to all Americans…come visit! KJ Alphons, the Minister of Tourism for India, explains why.
Matthew Smith of ClipperData weighs in on the oil market rally.