Reported Covid-19 cases around the world reached 5 million on Thursday as some countries begin easing strict social distancing guidelines and look to reopen their economies, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. The number of reported cases worldwide hit 5,000,038 and the global death toll now stands at 328,172, according to Hopkins.
AI is on the rise during the coronavirus pandemic, but more women are needed to get the industry where it needs to be, according to a new IBM report.
The price of rice — a staple food in Asia — has hit 7-year highs due to the coronavirus crisis as importers rush to stockpile the grain while exporters curb shipments.
Domestic travel within North America, Australia and Southeast Asia could be on course to return to normal by June if current efforts aimed at curbing the coronavirus outbreak are successful, according to the CEO of Australia's largest travel agency.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has declared a state of emergency; Spain has seen a rise in its daily death rate.
The reported account in an unpublished manuscript by the former national security adviser counters the White House's defense of the president.
California Governor Gavin Newsom on Friday rejected a bankruptcy reorganization plan submitted by PG&E Corp.
North Korea said it had conducted another test at a satellite launch site on Friday to bolster its strategic nuclear deterrence, North Korean state media outlet KCNA reported on Saturday.
Joe Biden took in more than $15 million for his White House run over the past two months, a sum that shows the former vice president's fundraising operation has rebounded slightly after a lackluster summer in which he trailed his leading rivals.
Factory activity in China unexpectedly returned to growth in November for the first time in seven months.
Asian businesses, in particular, will feel the impact of extreme weather conditions. In 2018, the region lost $54.7 billion to natural disasters, second only to North America.
Coal is still a dominant fuel in the rapidly growing economies of Southeast Asia, data from several recent reports show.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell speaks with CNBC's "Squawk Alley" on the importance of USMCA to jobs and the need for a China trade deal.
U.S. satellite TV provider Dish Network said millions of its customers have lost access to Fox's local channels across 23 states and the District of Columbia.
Amazon.com has bought technology startup INLT for an undisclosed amount, the company told Reuters on Tuesday.
Banks with more than $47 trillion in assets, or a third of the global industry, adopted new U.N.-backed "responsible banking" principles to fight climate change.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Sunday the U.S. aims to avoid war with Iran.
CNBC's Jim Cramer previews his sit-down interview with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and her comments on the USMCA.
Uber on Tuesday will begin limiting drivers' access to its app in New York City to comply with regulation aimed at boosting drivers' pay and easing congestion in Manhattan.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom reached a deal with apartment owners and developers Friday on legislation that would cap how rapidly rents can rise as the state grapples with a housing crisis.