Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi met with 20 top American CEOs on Sunday, including Tim Cook, Jeff Bezos and Sundar Pichai.
For nearly five months, Silicon Valley has been fighting President Trump over the travel ban. On Monday, Trump scored his first victory.
Arconic will no longer sell panels used as cladding at London's Grenfell Tower for use in high rise buildings.
The Congressional Budget Office issues its much-anticipated report on the Senate health care plan.
Nintendo is once again packing nostalgia into one tiny package. The Super NES Classic Edition will launch in September.
Some of the biggest companies in tech are boosting efforts to fight extremism on their platforms.
Shares of Pandora popped after Recode reported that the CEO is stepping down.
Another Silicon Valley business has been upended by allegations of sexism and sexual harassment.
The Amazon Echo Show adds a small screen to its voice activated smart speaker.
Orlando Lopez's parents brought him to the U.S. seeking the American Dream, but he didn't find true happiness until after he was deported to Mexico.
Avis Budget Group has made a deal to manage and maintain Waymo's fleet of self-driving cars.
The company at the heart of one of the worst auto safety scandals in history has filed for bankruptcy.
British Prime Minister Theresa May on Monday promised £1 billion in extra funding to Northern Ireland in exchange for support for her government.
The Indian Prime Minister will meet President Trump for the first time in Washington D.C. on Monday.
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Republicans have wanted to repeal Obamacare for years -- but they've wanted to overhaul Medicaid for far longer.
A federal judge says Ivanka Trump must give a deposition in a lawsuit brought against her by an Italian shoemaker claiming her fashion label copied its designs.
China's crackdown on gambling has resulted in prison for a senior Australian casino executive and 15 of his colleagues.
Italy is putting up ?17 billion ($19 billion) to avert a fresh crisis in its beleaguered financial system after two regional banks were facing collapse.
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Four Arab states that have isolated Qatar have handed the country a list of 13 demands, including some that are likely to infuriate Doha and exacerbate the region's worst crisis in decades.
The United States has banned beef imports from Brazil because of concerns over food safety.
Mark Zuckerberg has spent the last dozen years making sure you know what your friends' babies look like and what your high school friends think about politics.
Britain is marching itself out of the European Union, a divorce with major implications for trade and the country's economy.
Gas exports, new food supplies and rerouted ships and planes are keeping
The man running Britain's economy has warned that uncertainty over Brexit is stopping businesses from investing in the country.
President Trump has condemned the Dodd-Frank rules placed on Wall Street as a "disaster" that have prevented banks from lending money to cash-starved businesses.
Boeing has claimed bragging rights over Airbus at the Paris Air Show, winning more aircraft orders at the biennial event than its European arch-rival for the first time since 2012.
The WannaCry worm is still crawling through the internet. It halted production at a Honda auto plant this week.