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U.S. authorities accused a Chinese national of providing malware linked to the theft of millions of state employees' records.
The U.S.’s moves on Tuesday to cancel state aid to Egypt prompted suggestions that the Middle Eastern country may have become little more than a bargaining chip in a wider strategy to apply to North Korea. But analysts have suggested this could be something of an ambitious notion given the administration’s track record.
Jim Cramer says the market stalls after major advances because of factors like the Federal Reserve and top technology stocks.
Hedge fund managers have a dim view of the second half of 2017 after a solid start to the year, an industry survey released on Thursday showed.
"When it comes to toxic behavior, a lot is at stake."
Amazon has never acted like a tech company, and that's why it can acquire Whole Foods and offer discounts to consumers.
The Fed must do a lot of work to convince skeptical markets rate hikes are coming, said Mark Zandi, chief economist at Moody’s Analytics.
Amazon and Whole Foods Market expect to close their deal on Monday, promising discounts and integration with Prime.
An American business group has endorsed on Friday the ex-U.S. version of a trade deal that Trump dismissed as a “disaster.”
Japan will freeze the assets of North Korean entities and individuals as part of sanctions related to missile tests, abductions
Former Thai premier Yingluck Shinawatra failed to appear for a top court verdict citing illness, prompting a judge to suggest she fled.
China has come out strongly against new U.S. moves to pressure North Korea.
Those who say Trump will suffer greatly for threatening a shutdown are ignoring history and the current facts, says Jake Novak.
China will better enforce efforts to stop trademark abuse and the theft of business secrets after Trump orders inquiry.
Infosys named former CEO Nandan Nilekani as chairman of the board following the surprise resignation of CEO Vishal Sikka.
Ride-hailing service Grab has made a fresh challenge to rival Uber in Southeast Asia by committing $100 million to Myanmar.
Japan's core consumer prices rose 0.5 percent in July from a year earlier to mark a seventh straight gaining month.
If Beijing were to order a sale of company assets, it could end up hurting, rather than helping, the bottom line.
Asian indexes closed mostly higher on Friday after Wall Street slipped while investors awaited a central banking meeting in Jackson Hole.
Stocks of major food retailers fell after Amazon said Whole Foods will cut prices on many of its best-selling grocery products in four days.