In an interview with CNN Tuesday night, Mark Zuckerberg said he will not step down as chairman of Facebook's board. He also praised COO Sheryl Sandberg's work at Facebook when asked if she would be leaving the company. » Read More
As concerns about an economic slowdown spread, President Donald Trump could potentially lose his main selling point ahead of his 2020 re-election bid.
Italian fashion house Dolce and Gabbana reportedly canceled a fashion show in Shanghai after being accused of racism in its promotions for the event. Videos posted on social media showed a Chinese woman being told how to use chopsticks.
The U.S. Justice Department is reportedly looking into whether traders used another cryptocurrency called tether to bid up bitcoin prices during its rally last year, Bloomberg News reported.
Interpol, the International Criminal Police Organization, elected South Korean Kim Jong-yang as its new president, in an unexpected result where Russian Alexander Prokopchuk was hotly tipped to take the post.
Facebook's outgoing communications head Elliot Schrage admitted in an internal memo that his team asked public relations firm Definers to push negative narratives about its competitors, TechCrunch reported.
JP Morgan economists expect economic growth to slow to 1.9 percent next year, as tax and other stimulus fades.
An investigation by Australia's Fairfax Media and Nine News found that China's Ministry of State Security was responsible for a wave of attacks detected by Australia and its partners in an intelligence sharing alliance.
Gasoline prices are lower than they've been in nearly a year, making it cheaper for many Americans to fuel up this Thanksgiving weekend.
Oil bounced above $63 a barrel on Wednesday, lifted by a report of an unexpected decline in U.S. crude inventories.
Jamal Khashoggi's murder has caused international uproar, but around the world scores of journalists have been attacked, detained or murdered.
Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit to the Philippines could be partially motivated by attempts to "woo" the Asian country away from the U.S. and to consolidate China's influence in the region, one expert told CNBC.
Italy's populist government appears to be standing firm on its new budget proposals, despite fierce opposition from the EU.
Goldman Sachs' new online retail bank Marcus has "exceeded every expectation" in its debut on the international stage, according to its managing director.
IKEA Group plans to cut 7,500 jobs over the next couple of years, mainly administrative staff in central support functions.
Asian technology stocks on Wednesday were mixed after seeing losses a day earlier, following another tech slump stateside.
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Canadian father of three Antonio Bramante is seeking compensation from the chain for purchases made in Quebec over the past five years and wants to stop the company from promoting toys and happy meals to children in-store.
GoldCore said while Zurich should remain the storage location of choice, Dublin will soon beat London to the number two slot.
Facebook shares ended Tuesday down nearly 40 percent from its peak in July following a report last week detailing the company's use of a Washington-based opposition research firm. The share price has been rocked throughout a turbulent year that has been filled with scandals.