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Credit Suisse Chief Executive Officer Tidjane Thiam on Monday said that it was "hard to understand" why investors are suing the bank over a complex financial product.
There is no way to clean up the past without generating losses, Credit Suisse group chief executive officer Tidjane Thiam told CNBC.
Facebook's reaction to Cambridge Analytica flap shows a company that has lost control of its platform and message. Meanwhile, top execs are selling billions worth of shares.
The mass production of electric vehicles is the next big opportunity in green technology, the CEO of a private equity fund said on Monday.
Authorities in Austin, Texas continue to hunt for those responsible for a series of package bomb explosions after the city was hit on Sunday by a new explosion.
Wall Street continued to ignore the chaos in Washington D.C.
With oil prices in a protracted period of stability, companies are gradually getting the confidence to invest again, the CEO of Woodside Petroleum indicated.
Uber has faced fierce competition across the globe, contributing to its loss of billions of dollars over the past few years.
Online game communities — the winning ones — keep users coming back for more.
Several Apple suppliers traded sharply lower following a report that the tech giant was making screens of its own.
Bitcoin prices had a wild weekend on reports that Twitter will follow Google and Facebook's lead in banning cryptocurrency ads.
After being hit by several headwinds over the past year, India is now set for growth of up to 8 percent per year, the country's former central bank governor, Raghuram Rajan, said. But it really needs 10 percent.
"We urge the administration not to impose tariffs and to work with the business community to find an effective, but measured, solution to China's protectionist trade policies."
The nonstop stream of news out of President Donald Trump's White House has become a liability for Wall Street, says one market strategist.
The retailer failed to keep pace with changes, losing touch with shoppers and toymakers.
Wylie is the co-founder of Cambridge Analytica, a firm he claims misused data illicitly obtained from Facebook users.
Vladimir Putin rolled to a crushing re-election victory Sunday for six more years as Russia's president.
China's choice of Yi Gang as the new head of the People's Bank of China was unexpected.
President Trump’s tariffs on imported aluminum and steel will soon take effect. Stifel Nicolaus Chief Economist Lindsay Piegza explains to CNBC’s “On the Money” about the hidden costs of trying to protect particular industries.