The world's second-largest economy has begun to show signs of slowing down amid a bitter trade dispute with the U.S.
Dow Jones Industrial Average futures are pointing to a decline of more than 200 points in the index at Friday's open, as markets in Asia were broadly lower after two-straight sessions of gains.
Major banks have all been found guilty for violating U.S. sanctions in recent years but none of their executives went to jail, Yale economist Stephen Roach pointed out.
Record cash streamed out of U.S.-based stock funds and billions more fled bonds in a week of apparently escalated caution, Lipper data showed on Thursday.
The price of container shipping from China to the US has risen dramatically in the last year due to uncertainty about the two economic giants' ongoing trade dispute.
Famed short-seller Jim Chanos is going after American casino operators.
Apple, facing a court ban in China on some of its iPhone models over alleged infringement of Qualcomm patents, said on Friday it will push software updates to users in a bid to resolve potential issues.
Shares in Asia closed lower on Friday as China reported a slew of economic data that missed expectations, deepening worries about headwinds facing the world's second largest economy.
The Journal, citing people familiar with the matter, said the investigation arose in part from the slew of materials seized in April raids on Trump's former personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, by federal prosecutors.
China's government plans to make the country the world superpower in artificial intelligence by 2030. Some experts say it already is.
Science fiction has long predicted that artificial intelligence could one day take over the world and turn on humans, but experts warn there's a far more immediate risk, the so-called "biased AI."
Authorities say bomb threats sent to dozens of schools, universities and other locations across the U.S. appear to be a hoax.
Prominent short seller Jim Chanos is troubled by the fragility of the stock market, saying recent equity sell-offs in response to modest increases in borrowing costs isn't a healthy sign.
Butina was first charged by U.S. prosecutors in Washington, D.C., federal court in July. They alleged that she infiltrated U.S. organizations and cultivated relationships to advance a Russian agenda without registering as a foreign agent.
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Around $150 million worth of oil was stolen from Shell's biggest global refinery over several years, Singapore court documents reviewed by Reuters show — far more than reported earlier this year.
Popular online stock-trading platform Robinhood is offering checking and savings accounts that pay 3% interest on a daily basis.
Starbucks announced Thursday it is partnering with Uber Eats to deliver its coffee to customers.
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