Denmark's Novo Nordisk reported weaker-than-expected earnings on Thursday, citing currency headwinds.
Volkswagen reported stronger-than-expected net profit for the third quarter of this year, but the company's chief financial officer told CNBC Tuesday that challenges will only intensify as the market demands more innovation.
The tiny emirate of 3 million has managed to remain stable and build lucrative partnerships amid the seemingly constant turmoil in its wider orbit.
Council on Foreign Relations President Richard Haass believes an impending "democracy recession" poses a direct risk to investors and proponents of individual liberties alike.
U.S. government debt yields rose slightly on Thursday as equities bounced back from a sharp decline in the previous session.
Stocks jumped on Thursday as Wall Street recovered from a tumble in the previous session that sent two of the major indexes into the red for 2018.
As the world awaits the truth about journalist Jamal Khashoggi's killing inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, one of the Gulf's most stalwart security relationships hangs in a precarious position.
The potential for U.S. sanctions on Saudi Arabia over its alleged implication in the killing of Jamal Khashoggi could accelerate Riyadh's economic and military engagement with Russia and China.
A look at history and geopolitics suggests that while a Saudi-driven oil price spike would bring pain for much of the world, it would ultimately backfire on itself.
The ensuing controversy and concern highlight a longer string of diplomatic and foreign policy crises that will increase the political risk associated with the country, some analysts say.
AI may have created the Xinhua anchor and its voice, but the anchor itself cannot think, Dr Ali Shafti, a research associate in robotics and AI at Imperial College London, told CNBC.
Coca-Cola's annual Christmas truck tour has been made shorter this year as health campaigners pressure the company.
When T-Mobile U.S. wanted to better understand who was visiting its website — people who were already customers or those who were just researching phones or plans — it asked university teams for help.
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 Diana Olick reports on the rising flood risks facing Amazon’s second headquarters in Long Island City.
Larry McDonald of ACG Analytics and the Bear Traps Report sounds off on what the Fed is getting wrong and why the market could still be in for a rocky road ahead.
Steve Chiavarone of Federated says while the fundamentals of the economy and markets look good, there's still a lot of volatility to work through.