Huawei has faced mounting political pressure as the U.S. asks other countries to block the Chinese firm from being involved in 5G networks.
"Corporate America today is the lobbying arm of the Chinese Communist Party and Wall Street is the investor relations department," said Steve Bannon, former White House chief strategist.
At the opening ceremony of the second Belt and Road forum, China's president discussed his country's plan for further economic reforms.
Deutsche Bank reported stronger-than-anticipated first-quarter net profit on Friday, less than 24 hours after abandoning merger talks with Commerzbank.
President Donald Trump approved payment of a $2 million bill issued by North Korea for the care of American citizen Otto Warmbier who returned to the U.S. in a coma, The Washington Post reported Thursday.
Russian tech giant Yandex is still planning an initial public offering for its ride-hailing business, and it's not been deterred by Lyft's struggling stock, according to a top exec.
The quarterly numbers come at a time when Amazon is experiencing slowing revenue growth but fatter profit margins.
Some Uber insiders will also sell their own shares in the IPO, sources told Reuters. Reuters reported earlier this month that all the Uber shares sold in the IPO could be worth around $10 billion.
"Crazy Rich Asians" star Harry Shum Jr. said making this payment showed him he could pursue an acting career.
Facebook filed a lawsuit in a U.S. federal court against a New Zealand company and three people for allegedly selling fake likes, views and followers to Instagram users.
Slack investors are getting up to $28 a share to sell some of their holdings ahead of a public offering.
Spain is holding a snap election on April 28 and the vote may throw up some surprising results.
The quarterly numbers come amid Ford's $11 billion restructuring plan, with an aim to slash costs by $14 billion over the next five years.
Indrajit Coomaraswamy, governor of Sri Lanka's central bank, said "it's far too early" to quantify any economic impact from the attacks.
First quarter GDP likely is expected to have grown at a healthy 2.5% pace, a far cry from the early estimates of near zero growth.
"Through budgeting or through getting the right credit card, there is still time to take a great trip this year."
The average tax refund check is nearly on par with last year's figures, but CPAs warn that this data point tells only part of the story. Here's what changed for taxpayers post-tax reform.
An earnings beat has Facebook shares flying. Three experts give their take on the quarter.
Chinese President Xi Jinping's signature investment program isn't open enough for most companies to invest, according to a top European politician.
Los Angeles County on Thursday announced it filed a lawsuit against Southern California Edison to recover costs in connection with last year's deadly Woolsey Fire.