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Deere's autonomous tractor rolls to harvest big data

John Deere and Company is adding to its suite of tech-enabled products with its first autonomous tractor for tillage. The machine uses artificial intelligence to scan farm fields using a GPS sensor to precisely map and plow to prep fields for plantin

John Deere and Company is adding to its suite of tech-enabled products with its first autonomous tractor for tillage. The machine uses artificial intelligence to scan farm fields using a GPS sensor to precisely map and plow to prep fields for plantin

U.S. Senate struggles to unite on guns after Texas massacre

Democrats and Republicans in the U.S. Senate struggled on Wednesday to agree on any path forward for legislation to prevent future mass shootings a day after a gunman killed 19 children and two teachers at a Texas elementary school. This report produ

Democrats and Republicans in the U.S. Senate struggled on Wednesday to agree on any path forward for legislation to prevent future mass shootings a day after a gunman killed 19 children and two teachers at a Texas elementary school. This report produ

Kohl's shares soar as bidders prepare buyout bids

Bidders competing to acquire Kohl's Corp are preparing to make binding offers that are lower than the indicative bids they submitted earlier this year, people familiar with the matter told Reuters exclusively. This report produced by Chris Dignam.

Bidders competing to acquire Kohl's Corp are preparing to make binding offers that are lower than the indicative bids they submitted earlier this year, people familiar with the matter told Reuters exclusively. This report produced by Chris Dignam.

Pfizer plans no-profit drugs in poorer nations

Pfizer will make patented medicines including COVID-19 treatment Paxlovid and big-selling breast cancer drug Ibrance available at a not-for-profit price to 45 of the world's poorest countries, the drugmaker said in Davos on Wednesday.

Pfizer will make patented medicines including COVID-19 treatment Paxlovid and big-selling breast cancer drug Ibrance available at a not-for-profit price to 45 of the world's poorest countries, the drugmaker said in Davos on Wednesday.

Danone, Reckitt race to supply U.S. baby formula

Danone has been doubling shipments to the U.S. of formula for infants allergic to cow's milk while Enfamil-maker Reckitt is also working to boost supplies amid a nationwide shortage.

Danone has been doubling shipments to the U.S. of formula for infants allergic to cow's milk while Enfamil-maker Reckitt is also working to boost supplies amid a nationwide shortage.

Boehly's Chelsea takeover gets UK approval

The British government has issued a licence that permits the sale of Chelsea to a consortium led by Los Angeles Dodgers part-owner Todd Boehly and backed by Clearlake Capital, sports minister Nadine Dorries said on Wednesday.

The British government has issued a licence that permits the sale of Chelsea to a consortium led by Los Angeles Dodgers part-owner Todd Boehly and backed by Clearlake Capital, sports minister Nadine Dorries said on Wednesday.

Germany dodges Q1 recession despite war, pandemic

The German economy grew in the first quarter, despite difficult economic conditions caused by the war in Ukraine and the pandemic, data showed on Wednesday.

The German economy grew in the first quarter, despite difficult economic conditions caused by the war in Ukraine and the pandemic, data showed on Wednesday.

Glencore to pay up to $1.5 bln to settle probes

Glencore said on Tuesday it anticipates paying up to $1.5 billion to settle accusations of bribery and market manipulation.

Glencore said on Tuesday it anticipates paying up to $1.5 billion to settle accusations of bribery and market manipulation.

The 'ghost' builder: Tradie buys then flies, suppliers say

Kaiapoi builder John Adair has debt collectors after him after failing to pay several Canterbury suppliers.

Kaiapoi builder John Adair has debt collectors after him after failing to pay several Canterbury suppliers.

Jim Cramer on why you shouldn't stop investing during a recession

Jim Cramer, "Mad Money" host, spoke to CNBC Make It about why you shouldn't quit the stock market during a recession.

Jim Cramer, "Mad Money" host, spoke to CNBC Make It about why you shouldn't quit the stock market during a recession.

Facing crisis, Sri Lanka to cut spending 'to the bone'

Sri Lanka's prime minister told Reuters his government would dramatically slash spending and hopes to negotiate a relief package with the International Monetary Fund. This report produced by Zachary Goelman.

Sri Lanka's prime minister told Reuters his government would dramatically slash spending and hopes to negotiate a relief package with the International Monetary Fund. This report produced by Zachary Goelman.

Paris models a low-carbon Olympic village

The team developing the residential site in the French capital for the 2024 Olympic Games says it will prove the viability of large-scale sustainable construction.

The team developing the residential site in the French capital for the 2024 Olympic Games says it will prove the viability of large-scale sustainable construction.

S&P 500 ends lower; Snap drags down Nasdaq

Wall Street veered mostly lower on Tuesday as fears over whether attempts to curb decades-high inflation growth could tip the U.S. economy into recession dampened investor risk appetite. This report produced by Chris Dignam.

Wall Street veered mostly lower on Tuesday as fears over whether attempts to curb decades-high inflation growth could tip the U.S. economy into recession dampened investor risk appetite. This report produced by Chris Dignam.

Why uranium is hot again for miners

Uranium miners are racing to revive projects mothballed after the Fukushima disaster more than a decade ago, spurred by renewed demand for nuclear energy and a leap in prices after Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

Uranium miners are racing to revive projects mothballed after the Fukushima disaster more than a decade ago, spurred by renewed demand for nuclear energy and a leap in prices after Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

Airbnb to shut domestic business in China

Vacation rental company Airbnb Inc will shut down all listings and experiences in mainland China from July 30, it said on Tuesday. This report produced by Chris Dignam.

Vacation rental company Airbnb Inc will shut down all listings and experiences in mainland China from July 30, it said on Tuesday. This report produced by Chris Dignam.

Cryptoverse: would you like an NFT with that?

From a long winter for e-coins, to the hotel where rooms come with an NFT, we round up the week's big stories in cryptocurrencies.

From a long winter for e-coins, to the hotel where rooms come with an NFT, we round up the week's big stories in cryptocurrencies.

Climate activists disrupt Shell shareholder meeting

Dozens of climate protesters disrupted Shell's annual shareholder meeting on Tuesday, chanting slogans and holding banners as Shell Chair Andrew Mackenzie was forced to temporarily suspend the event.

Dozens of climate protesters disrupted Shell's annual shareholder meeting on Tuesday, chanting slogans and holding banners as Shell Chair Andrew Mackenzie was forced to temporarily suspend the event.

Snap shares slump on profit warning

Shares in Snapchat-owner Snap Inc slumped almost 40% at the open on Tuesday after a profit warning from the social media company signaled tough times ahead for the once-booming industry.

Shares in Snapchat-owner Snap Inc slumped almost 40% at the open on Tuesday after a profit warning from the social media company signaled tough times ahead for the once-booming industry.

World's biggest vaccine maker mulls Africa plant

The Serum Institute of India is considering setting up its first vaccine manufacturing facility in Africa, its chief executive said in an interview at the World Economic Forum, as it eyes a global expansion.

The Serum Institute of India is considering setting up its first vaccine manufacturing facility in Africa, its chief executive said in an interview at the World Economic Forum, as it eyes a global expansion.

Samsung to invest $356 bln over five years

Samsung Group will invest 450 trillion won ($356 billion) over the next five years to accelerate growth in semiconductors, biopharmaceutical and other next-generation technologies, creating over one million jobs in the process.

Samsung Group will invest 450 trillion won ($356 billion) over the next five years to accelerate growth in semiconductors, biopharmaceutical and other next-generation technologies, creating over one million jobs in the process.

Stocks rally boosted by banks, big tech

U.S. stocks ended higher on Monday as gains from banks and a rebound in megacap market leaders supported a broad-based rally following Wall Street's longest streak of weekly declines since the dotcom bust more than 20 years ago. This report produced

U.S. stocks ended higher on Monday as gains from banks and a rebound in megacap market leaders supported a broad-based rally following Wall Street's longest streak of weekly declines since the dotcom bust more than 20 years ago. This report produced

Starbucks to exit Russia after nearly 15 years

Starbucks said on Monday it will exit the Russian market after nearly 15 years as the coffee chain joins McDonald's in marking the end of the presence of some of the top Western brands in the country. This report produced by Zachary Goelman.

Starbucks said on Monday it will exit the Russian market after nearly 15 years as the coffee chain joins McDonald's in marking the end of the presence of some of the top Western brands in the country. This report produced by Zachary Goelman.

Use this simple strategy to level up your savings game

If you're struggling to stick with your monthly budget, you're not alone. Try a simple strategy called the "80/20 rule." Here's how to do it.

If you're struggling to stick with your monthly budget, you're not alone. Try a simple strategy called the "80/20 rule." Here's how to do it.

Economic storm looming, leaders warn in Davos

Multiple threats to the global economy topped the worries of the world's well-heeled at the annual Davos think-fest on Monday, with some flagging the risk of a worldwide recession. This report produced by Chris Dignam.

Multiple threats to the global economy topped the worries of the world's well-heeled at the annual Davos think-fest on Monday, with some flagging the risk of a worldwide recession. This report produced by Chris Dignam.

Gaza flour mills ground down by Ukraine conflict

Three months into the Russian invasion of Ukraine, which has closed off access to lower-priced Black Sea wheat, owners of five mills in the Palestinian Gaza Strip are feeling the heat as they try to replenish stocks.

Three months into the Russian invasion of Ukraine, which has closed off access to lower-priced Black Sea wheat, owners of five mills in the Palestinian Gaza Strip are feeling the heat as they try to replenish stocks.

Davos meets amid sunshine and war

The annual gathering of business and world leaders in Davos is back after a COVID-era break. It comes amid unaccustomed spring sunshine, having been delayed from its usual January slot. But the conflict in Ukraine could cast a shadow over the event.

The annual gathering of business and world leaders in Davos is back after a COVID-era break. It comes amid unaccustomed spring sunshine, having been delayed from its usual January slot. But the conflict in Ukraine could cast a shadow over the event.

EU approves COVID booster shot - AstraZeneca

Drugmaker AstraZeneca said on Monday its COVID-19 vaccine, Vaxzevria, has been approved in the European Union by the bloc's drugs regulator as a third-dose booster in adults following a committee endorsement last week.

Drugmaker AstraZeneca said on Monday its COVID-19 vaccine, Vaxzevria, has been approved in the European Union by the bloc's drugs regulator as a third-dose booster in adults following a committee endorsement last week.

Germany keen to pursue gas projects with Senegal: Scholz

Germany's Chancellor Olaf Scholz kicked off a three-day tour of Africa on Sunday (May 22) in Senegal, which has billions of cubic meters gas reserves. His visit is set against the backdrop of war in Ukraine. David Doyle has more.

Germany's Chancellor Olaf Scholz kicked off a three-day tour of Africa on Sunday (May 22) in Senegal, which has billions of cubic meters gas reserves. His visit is set against the backdrop of war in Ukraine. David Doyle has more.

Baby formula brought to US by military

A military cargo plane carrying the first shipment of infant formula from Europe to help address a critical shortage in the United States landed in Indianapolis on Sunday.

A military cargo plane carrying the first shipment of infant formula from Europe to help address a critical shortage in the United States landed in Indianapolis on Sunday.

Biden wraps up three-day visit to South Korea

U.S. President Joe Biden spoke to Hyundai Motor Group Executive Chair Euisun Chung, which said the car manufacturer would invest more than $10 billion in U.S. firms up to 2025. Biden also said he was not concerned over reports that North Korea was pr

U.S. President Joe Biden spoke to Hyundai Motor Group Executive Chair Euisun Chung, which said the car manufacturer would invest more than $10 billion in U.S. firms up to 2025. Biden also said he was not concerned over reports that North Korea was pr

S&P 500 ends lower as recession fears rise

The S&P 500 ended lower after a volatile session on Thursday, with Cisco Systems slumping after giving a dismal outlook, while investors fretted about inflation and rising interest rates. This report produced by Chris Dignam.

The S&P 500 ended lower after a volatile session on Thursday, with Cisco Systems slumping after giving a dismal outlook, while investors fretted about inflation and rising interest rates. This report produced by Chris Dignam.

Spirit Airlines calls for shareholders to reject JetBlue bid

Spirit Airlines urged shareholders to reject a hostile bid by JetBlue Airlines on Thursday, calling it a quixotic offer to disrupt its merger with Frontier. This report produced by Chris Dignam.

Spirit Airlines urged shareholders to reject a hostile bid by JetBlue Airlines on Thursday, calling it a quixotic offer to disrupt its merger with Frontier. This report produced by Chris Dignam.

Xiaomi dealt 'heavy blow' in Q1

Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi reported a fall in first-quarter revenue as COVID-19 controls and lockdowns hit demand in China while broader economic headwinds including Russia's invasion of Ukraine added to costs.

Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi reported a fall in first-quarter revenue as COVID-19 controls and lockdowns hit demand in China while broader economic headwinds including Russia's invasion of Ukraine added to costs.

EasyJet says bookings strong despite first-half loss

British low-cost carrier easyJet said demand was strong, with bookings in the last 10 weeks consistently above pre-pandemic levels, as it reported a first-half headline loss of $674 million, in line with its guidance.

British low-cost carrier easyJet said demand was strong, with bookings in the last 10 weeks consistently above pre-pandemic levels, as it reported a first-half headline loss of $674 million, in line with its guidance.

Tesla cut from S&P 500 ESG Index, Musk tweets fury

Elon Musk tweeted outrage after Tesla lost its spot on the widely followed S&P 500 index for ESG, which tracks the stocks of companies that it ranks highly for environment, social and governance standards.

Elon Musk tweeted outrage after Tesla lost its spot on the widely followed S&P 500 index for ESG, which tracks the stocks of companies that it ranks highly for environment, social and governance standards.

Georgia to get $7 bln Hyundai EV investment - sources

Georgia Governor Brian Kemp will announce on Friday that Hyundai Motor Group is investing more than $7 billion in the state, an announcement coinciding with a visit by President Joe Biden to Seoul, sources told Reuters.

Georgia Governor Brian Kemp will announce on Friday that Hyundai Motor Group is investing more than $7 billion in the state, an announcement coinciding with a visit by President Joe Biden to Seoul, sources told Reuters.

Biden invokes Defense Production Act for baby formula

President Joe Biden took steps on Wednesday to address the shortage of infant formula in the United States, invoking the Defense Production Act to help manufacturers obtain the ingredients needed to ramp up supply.

President Joe Biden took steps on Wednesday to address the shortage of infant formula in the United States, invoking the Defense Production Act to help manufacturers obtain the ingredients needed to ramp up supply.

Kevin O'Leary's officewear do's and don'ts

"If you're going back into the office environment, you should have some crisp clothes to wear. You don't have to wear a suit and tie anymore, but you want to look good," says O'Shares ETFs chairman Kevin O'Leary.

"If you're going back into the office environment, you should have some crisp clothes to wear. You don't have to wear a suit and tie anymore, but you want to look good," says O'Shares ETFs chairman Kevin O'Leary.

Customer takes McDonald's, Wendy's beef to court

The complaint accuses the fast-food chains of showing patties in their ads which are up to 20% larger than the ones the customer was served.

The complaint accuses the fast-food chains of showing patties in their ads which are up to 20% larger than the ones the customer was served.

Target shares dive as retailer warns of hit to profit

Target Corp's quarterly profit halved and it warned on Wednesday of a bigger margin hit this year due to rising fuel and freight costs, as U.S. retailers face high inflation. This report produced by Chris Dignam.

Target Corp's quarterly profit halved and it warned on Wednesday of a bigger margin hit this year due to rising fuel and freight costs, as U.S. retailers face high inflation. This report produced by Chris Dignam.

Google's Russian subsidiary to file for bankruptcy

Google's Russian subsidiary plans to file for bankruptcy after the authorities seized its bank account, making it impossible to carry on operations, a Google spokesperson said on Wednesday (May 18).

Google's Russian subsidiary plans to file for bankruptcy after the authorities seized its bank account, making it impossible to carry on operations, a Google spokesperson said on Wednesday (May 18).

Congo's coffee soap helps women thrive

A women's cooperative in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo has found success selling thousands of bars of soap made from coffee. David Doyle has more.

A women's cooperative in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo has found success selling thousands of bars of soap made from coffee. David Doyle has more.

Tencent reports Q1 profit slump

China's Tencent posted a quarterly profit that halved from a year ago and recorded no revenue growth, its worst performance since it went public, and warned that advertisers in consumer, eCommerce and travel businesses have slashed spending.

China's Tencent posted a quarterly profit that halved from a year ago and recorded no revenue growth, its worst performance since it went public, and warned that advertisers in consumer, eCommerce and travel businesses have slashed spending.

Bankers allowed back to work in Shanghai: sources

Shanghai authorities have granted approval to financial institutions to resume work, three sources with direct knowledge of the matter said on Wednesday, as the city gradually eases a lockdown that began seven weeks ago.

Shanghai authorities have granted approval to financial institutions to resume work, three sources with direct knowledge of the matter said on Wednesday, as the city gradually eases a lockdown that began seven weeks ago.

UK inflation hits 40-year high

British inflation surged last month to its highest annual rate since 1982, piling pressure on finance minister Rishi Sunak to step up his help for households facing a worsening cost-of-living crisis.

British inflation surged last month to its highest annual rate since 1982, piling pressure on finance minister Rishi Sunak to step up his help for households facing a worsening cost-of-living crisis.

War-ravaged Ethiopia to get $300m World Bank grant

Ethiopia has agreed a reconstruction and recovery grant with the World Bank, to be used to rebuild basic services in conflict-hit regions of the country. David Doyle has more.

Ethiopia has agreed a reconstruction and recovery grant with the World Bank, to be used to rebuild basic services in conflict-hit regions of the country. David Doyle has more.

EVs: Hyundai invests, China extends subsidies

Hyundai Motor Group says it will invest $16.5 billion in domestic output by 2030. Meanwhile, Reuters sources say China is set to extend its subsidies for EVs.

Hyundai Motor Group says it will invest $16.5 billion in domestic output by 2030. Meanwhile, Reuters sources say China is set to extend its subsidies for EVs.

U.S. accuses Steve Wynn of acting as Chinese agent

The U.S. Justice Department on Tuesday sued Steve Wynn, the former CEO of Wynn Resorts, accusing him of acting as a Chinese agent and lobbying then-President Donald Trump at Beijing's behest in 2017.

The U.S. Justice Department on Tuesday sued Steve Wynn, the former CEO of Wynn Resorts, accusing him of acting as a Chinese agent and lobbying then-President Donald Trump at Beijing's behest in 2017.

Twitter account of Musk deal shows no due diligence

In the latest of the Twitter-acquisition saga, the social media company published its own account on Tuesday of the negotiations in the $44-billion deal, which shows billionaire Elon Musk did not ask for any additional information about Twitter befor

In the latest of the Twitter-acquisition saga, the social media company published its own account on Tuesday of the negotiations in the $44-billion deal, which shows billionaire Elon Musk did not ask for any additional information about Twitter befor

Jim Cramer on his biggest investing regret

Jim Cramer, "Mad Money" host, spoke to CNBC Make It about the worst investment he has ever made.

Jim Cramer, "Mad Money" host, spoke to CNBC Make It about the worst investment he has ever made.

How a couple making $78,000/year in Wyoming spend their money

Norberto Orellana, 24, and Ehlana Broaddus, 23, live in Gillette, Wyoming, with their two daughters. The couple work at the same nonprofit and earn $78,000 a year. Norberto experienced homelessness growing up, while Ehlana was raised in a low-in

Norberto Orellana, 24, and Ehlana Broaddus, 23, live in Gillette, Wyoming, with their two daughters. The couple work at the same nonprofit and earn $78,000 a year. Norberto experienced homelessness growing up, while Ehlana was raised in a low-in

Here's the best time to book a hotel

The golden rule of travel is typically to plan your trip way ahead of time but when it comes to booking a hotel, you might want to wait.

The golden rule of travel is typically to plan your trip way ahead of time but when it comes to booking a hotel, you might want to wait.

A CEO opened up about a divorce - and learned a valuable work lesson

Jackie Stevenson, Global CEO of creative agency The Brooklyn Brothers, shares her career-defining lightbulb moment with CNBC's "My Biggest Lessons."

Jackie Stevenson, Global CEO of creative agency The Brooklyn Brothers, shares her career-defining lightbulb moment with CNBC's "My Biggest Lessons."

Wall Street ends sharply higher, fueled by Apple

U.S. stocks finished higher on Tuesday, as investors were cheered by data showing U.S. retail sales increased 0.9% in April. This report produced by Chris Dignam.

U.S. stocks finished higher on Tuesday, as investors were cheered by data showing U.S. retail sales increased 0.9% in April. This report produced by Chris Dignam.

Cryptoverse: unstable stablecoins

From stablecoins turning wobbly, to the shop that's beating volatility with live pricing, we round up the week's big stories in cryptocurrencies.

From stablecoins turning wobbly, to the shop that's beating volatility with live pricing, we round up the week's big stories in cryptocurrencies.

This 33-year-old moved to Tbilisi from the US, and now he's semi-retired

Climate change is 'hurting' insurers

Insurance companies are having to pay out more in the wake of natural disasters, with some rethinking just who they will cover and their whole ESG strategy as a result.

Insurance companies are having to pay out more in the wake of natural disasters, with some rethinking just who they will cover and their whole ESG strategy as a result.

Buffett's Berkshire buys Citigroup stock, slashes Verizon

Berkshire Hathaway said it added new investments in Citigroup and several other companies in the first quarter, as Warren Buffett's conglomerate took advantage of volatile stock markets. This report produced by Chris Dignam.

Berkshire Hathaway said it added new investments in Citigroup and several other companies in the first quarter, as Warren Buffett's conglomerate took advantage of volatile stock markets. This report produced by Chris Dignam.

Mastercard trials paying with your face

Mastercard is trialling a method of paying using your face with the next generation of biometric technology.

Mastercard is trialling a method of paying using your face with the next generation of biometric technology.

Britain sets out law to fix N. Ireland trade

Britain set out steps on Tuesday to try to break the deadlock with the European Union on post-Brexit trade with Northern Ireland, lining up a new law that would effectively override parts of a deal and further inflame ties with Brussels. Julian Satte

Britain set out steps on Tuesday to try to break the deadlock with the European Union on post-Brexit trade with Northern Ireland, lining up a new law that would effectively override parts of a deal and further inflame ties with Brussels. Julian Satte

JD.com beats estimates on lockdown boost

Chinese e-commerce group JD.com beat Wall Street estimates for quarterly revenue on Tuesday, as more people shopped on its platform following lockdowns in mainland China to fight a fresh COVID-19 outbreak.

Chinese e-commerce group JD.com beat Wall Street estimates for quarterly revenue on Tuesday, as more people shopped on its platform following lockdowns in mainland China to fight a fresh COVID-19 outbreak.

Daimler Truck sees high demand, high costs

Daimler Truck Holding said rising raw materials prices and inflationary pressures could weigh on its second quarter, but the truckmaker expected to continue passing high costs to customers amid record levels of demand.

Daimler Truck Holding said rising raw materials prices and inflationary pressures could weigh on its second quarter, but the truckmaker expected to continue passing high costs to customers amid record levels of demand.

Musk: no spam account data, no Twitter deal

Elon Musk said Tuesday he wouldn't proceed with his Twitter deal until he got proof regarding the number of spam accounts on the social network.

Elon Musk said Tuesday he wouldn't proceed with his Twitter deal until he got proof regarding the number of spam accounts on the social network.

U.S. to allow baby formula imports amid shortage

The United States will allow baby formula imports from foreign makers that do not usually sell their products here, the Food and Drug Administration said on Monday, as it tries to ease a nationwide shortage that has left parents scrambling to feed th

The United States will allow baby formula imports from foreign makers that do not usually sell their products here, the Food and Drug Administration said on Monday, as it tries to ease a nationwide shortage that has left parents scrambling to feed th

Bezos and White House battle over taxes, inflation

The White House and Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos squared off on Monday over the Biden administration's handling of U.S. inflation and its plans to tax the rich. Lisa Bernhard produced this report.

The White House and Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos squared off on Monday over the Biden administration's handling of U.S. inflation and its plans to tax the rich. Lisa Bernhard produced this report.

Wall Street ends lower as Tesla shares fall

Wall Street ended lower on Monday, with energy stocks rallying and Tesla and other growth stocks losing ground after downbeat Chinese economic data added to worries about a global slowdown and rising interest rates. This report produced by Chris Dign

Wall Street ended lower on Monday, with energy stocks rallying and Tesla and other growth stocks losing ground after downbeat Chinese economic data added to worries about a global slowdown and rising interest rates. This report produced by Chris Dign

Strong U.S. dollar takes the shine off gold

The battle between the U.S. dollar and gold for the title of investor's favorite safe haven is decidedly tipping away from bullion at the moment.

The battle between the U.S. dollar and gold for the title of investor's favorite safe haven is decidedly tipping away from bullion at the moment.

Tesla delays plan to restore Shanghai output

Tesla has delayed a plan to restore production at its Shanghai plant to levels before the city's COVID-19 lockdown by at least a week, according to an internal memo seen by Reuters.

Tesla has delayed a plan to restore production at its Shanghai plant to levels before the city's COVID-19 lockdown by at least a week, according to an internal memo seen by Reuters.

Nigerian entrepreneur builds electric mini-buses

Nigerian entrepreneur Mustapha Gajibo has been converting petrol mini-buses into electric vehicles at his workshop, but he is now going a step further to build battery-powered buses from scratch in a push to promote clean energy and curb pollution.

Nigerian entrepreneur Mustapha Gajibo has been converting petrol mini-buses into electric vehicles at his workshop, but he is now going a step further to build battery-powered buses from scratch in a push to promote clean energy and curb pollution.

JetBlue launches hostile bid for Spirit Airlines

JetBlue Airways on Monday commenced a hostile all-cash takeover bid for Spirit Airlines, days after the discount carrier rejected an offer from the larger rival.

JetBlue Airways on Monday commenced a hostile all-cash takeover bid for Spirit Airlines, days after the discount carrier rejected an offer from the larger rival.

McDonald's confirms it will exit Russia

McDonald's Corp said on Monday it has started a process to sell all its restaurants in Russia, exiting the country after more than 30 years following its invasion of Ukraine.

McDonald's Corp said on Monday it has started a process to sell all its restaurants in Russia, exiting the country after more than 30 years following its invasion of Ukraine.

Renault sells stake in Russia's Avtovaz

Renault will sell its majority stake in carmaker Avtovaz to a Russian science institute, the French carmaker said on Monday, adding that the deal included a six-year option to buy back the stake.

Renault will sell its majority stake in carmaker Avtovaz to a Russian science institute, the French carmaker said on Monday, adding that the deal included a six-year option to buy back the stake.

Lockdowns batter China's economy

China's retail and factory activity fell sharply in April as wide COVID-19 lockdowns confined workers and consumers to their homes and severely disrupted supply chains.

China's retail and factory activity fell sharply in April as wide COVID-19 lockdowns confined workers and consumers to their homes and severely disrupted supply chains.

5 tricks for paying for college

These five tips will help college students avoid the burden of student loan debt.

These five tips will help college students avoid the burden of student loan debt.

Global wheat prices may soar as India bans exports

In a move that could drive global wheat prices to new peaks, India announced on Saturday a partial ban on the grain’s exports as domestic prices soar.

In a move that could drive global wheat prices to new peaks, India announced on Saturday a partial ban on the grain’s exports as domestic prices soar.

S&P drops on fears of prolonged inflation

Wall Street gyrated before ending lower on Thursday as worries that inflation, while it might have peaked, will remain at elevated levels and could provoke increasingly aggressive policy tightening from the Federal Reserve. This report produced by C

Wall Street gyrated before ending lower on Thursday as worries that inflation, while it might have peaked, will remain at elevated levels and could provoke increasingly aggressive policy tightening from the Federal Reserve. This report produced by C

U.S. gears up for higher shale output

The volume of crude oil flowing in pipelines from the top U.S. shale field to export hubs on the Gulf Coast could surge to pre-pandemic levels by October, analysts predict.

The volume of crude oil flowing in pipelines from the top U.S. shale field to export hubs on the Gulf Coast could surge to pre-pandemic levels by October, analysts predict.

Beyond Meat shares surge after falling below IPO price

Beyond Meat's stock reversed course to gain as much as 12% in volatile trading after opening below its initial public offering price for the first time on Thursday following the vegan meat maker's bigger quarterly loss. This report produced by Chris

Beyond Meat's stock reversed course to gain as much as 12% in volatile trading after opening below its initial public offering price for the first time on Thursday following the vegan meat maker's bigger quarterly loss. This report produced by Chris

Ghana says it will solve debt crisis without IMF help

Ghana is committed to managing its debt without assistance from the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta said, expressing his confidence that government measures were moving the country in the right direction.

Ghana is committed to managing its debt without assistance from the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta said, expressing his confidence that government measures were moving the country in the right direction.

Google unveils new AI-enabled products

Google has unveiled augmented-reality glasses that display translations of conversations in real time, and it laid out additional plans to bridge the real world and its digital universe of search, Maps and other services using artificial intelligence

Google has unveiled augmented-reality glasses that display translations of conversations in real time, and it laid out additional plans to bridge the real world and its digital universe of search, Maps and other services using artificial intelligence

Anglo American returns to Zambia with copper deal

Arc Minerals said on Thursday (May 12) that Anglo American will take majority control of its Zambia copper-cobalt exploration licenses - marking the first new investment by Anglo in Zambia for 20 years.

Arc Minerals said on Thursday (May 12) that Anglo American will take majority control of its Zambia copper-cobalt exploration licenses - marking the first new investment by Anglo in Zambia for 20 years.

Siemens to quit Russia after 170 years over war

The German firm has incurred hefty losses already as a result of sanctions imposed because of the conflict, which it also condemned.

The German firm has incurred hefty losses already as a result of sanctions imposed because of the conflict, which it also condemned.

Water levels in Lake Mead, Nevada reach historic low

Lake Mead’s water levels have plunged to their lowest in history, leading to fears of water restrictions across multiple states.

Lake Mead’s water levels have plunged to their lowest in history, leading to fears of water restrictions across multiple states.

Creaky U.S. power grid threatens clean-energy progress

The U.S. clean-energy business is booming, but all this progress could be derailed without a massive overhaul of America’s antiquated electric infrastructure – a task some industry experts say requires more than $2 trillion. Francesca Lynagh and Tim

The U.S. clean-energy business is booming, but all this progress could be derailed without a massive overhaul of America’s antiquated electric infrastructure – a task some industry experts say requires more than $2 trillion. Francesca Lynagh and Tim

SoftBank racks up record $26 bln loss

SoftBank's Vision Fund investment unit reported a record loss of $26.2 billion on Thursday (May 12) as once high-flying tech stocks take a beating.

SoftBank's Vision Fund investment unit reported a record loss of $26.2 billion on Thursday (May 12) as once high-flying tech stocks take a beating.

Disney's strong streaming growth dispels Netflix gloom

Walt Disney Co. eased concerns on Wednesday about the future of streaming video by picking up 7.9 million new Disney+ customers from January through March, although it missed estimates for quarterly revenue and earnings. This report produced by Fredd

Walt Disney Co. eased concerns on Wednesday about the future of streaming video by picking up 7.9 million new Disney+ customers from January through March, although it missed estimates for quarterly revenue and earnings. This report produced by Fredd

Stocks sink as inflation data offers little relief

Wall Street's main indexes ended lower on Wednesday, led by a sharp drop in the Nasdaq after U.S. inflation data did little to ease investor worries over interest rates. This report produced by Chris Dignam.

Wall Street's main indexes ended lower on Wednesday, led by a sharp drop in the Nasdaq after U.S. inflation data did little to ease investor worries over interest rates. This report produced by Chris Dignam.

Kevin O'Leary's top job interview tip

"What's really important about a job interview is you understand the mission of the company, no matter how big or small it is," says Kevin O'Leary.

"What's really important about a job interview is you understand the mission of the company, no matter how big or small it is," says Kevin O'Leary.

Can Musk get a better Twitter deal?

Twitter shares have plunged to their lowest level since Elon Musk offered $44 billion for it on April 25, raising questions over whether he might try to renegotiate the deal.

Twitter shares have plunged to their lowest level since Elon Musk offered $44 billion for it on April 25, raising questions over whether he might try to renegotiate the deal.

Ghana's consumer inflation hits 'shocking' 23.6%

Ghana's consumer price inflation hit a recent record of 23.6% year-on-year in April with one economist saying that failure to act soon could have "far-reaching implications". Olivia Chan has more.

Ghana's consumer price inflation hit a recent record of 23.6% year-on-year in April with one economist saying that failure to act soon could have "far-reaching implications". Olivia Chan has more.

Lagarde adds to ECB hints on rate hike

The European Central Bank is likely to end its bond-buying stimulus programme in July, followed by a rate hike that could come just "a few weeks" later, ECB President Christine Lagarde said on Wednesday.

The European Central Bank is likely to end its bond-buying stimulus programme in July, followed by a rate hike that could come just "a few weeks" later, ECB President Christine Lagarde said on Wednesday.

Norway ramps up offshore wind generation

The Nordic country is looking to capitalize on its know-how of its existing and extensive carbon-based energy industry.

The Nordic country is looking to capitalize on its know-how of its existing and extensive carbon-based energy industry.

Toyota warns profit to skid by 20%

The world's top automaker by sales said on Wednesday it can no longer shrug off a supply-chain crunch that has roiled the global industry.

The world's top automaker by sales said on Wednesday it can no longer shrug off a supply-chain crunch that has roiled the global industry.

Biden blasts GOP as having no plan on inflation

U.S. President Joe Biden, under pressure to tame high inflation, told Americans on Tuesday that he understands what they are grappling with and that he and the U.S. Federal Reserve are working to solve the top issue weighing on his administration.

U.S. President Joe Biden, under pressure to tame high inflation, told Americans on Tuesday that he understands what they are grappling with and that he and the U.S. Federal Reserve are working to solve the top issue weighing on his administration.

Musk says will reverse Twitter's ban on Trump

Tesla CEO Elon Musk on Tuesday said he would reverse Twitter's ban on former U.S. President Donald Trump when he buys the social media platform, calling the ban "morally wrong and flat-out stupid." This report produced by Jillian Kitchener.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk on Tuesday said he would reverse Twitter's ban on former U.S. President Donald Trump when he buys the social media platform, calling the ban "morally wrong and flat-out stupid." This report produced by Jillian Kitchener.

Stocks end mostly higher ahead of inflation data

The S&P 500 and Nasdaq ended higher on Tuesday, with big growth shares rising after the previous day's selloff as Treasury yields eased. This report produced by Chris Dignam.

The S&P 500 and Nasdaq ended higher on Tuesday, with big growth shares rising after the previous day's selloff as Treasury yields eased. This report produced by Chris Dignam.

Jim Cramer refuses to spend money on these 5 things

Jim Cramer, "Mad Money" host, spoke to CNBC Make It about things he refuses to spend his money on.

Jim Cramer, "Mad Money" host, spoke to CNBC Make It about things he refuses to spend his money on.

Zimbabwe hopes cannabis will spark brighter future

Farmers in Zimbabwe are hoping to cash in on a boom in medical marijuana, but some complain costs and strict regulations are too prohibitive. David Doyle has more.

Farmers in Zimbabwe are hoping to cash in on a boom in medical marijuana, but some complain costs and strict regulations are too prohibitive. David Doyle has more.

Here are the first 3 things you should do with your paycheck

Whether you're paid once a week, once a month or somewhere in between, set yourself up for success by doing these three things first -- before splurging on that new pair of dunks.

Whether you're paid once a week, once a month or somewhere in between, set yourself up for success by doing these three things first -- before splurging on that new pair of dunks.

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