Google said it will invest $550 million in cash into Chinese e-commerce player JD.com.
JD.com Founder Richard Liu said American firms could lose opportunities to sell to a large consumer base in China.
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The epicentre of the earthquake was just north of Osaka city, said the Japan Meteorological Agency.
The world's top oil producers are set to meet at the end of this week and markets are paying close attention.
Japan's exports rose in May at the fastest pace in four months in a sign that global demand is gaining strength.
The German trade surplus is stifling the economic growth in the rest of Europe, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
Asian markets fell after tariffs imposed by the U.S. on Chinese goods were met with swift retaliation from Beijing.
Cryptocurrencies are more likely to suffer a breakdown in trust the greater the number of people using them, BIS said.
PNC’s Jeffrey Mills lists where to find the biggest upside as the bull market enters a new phase.
Apple's iOS 12 software coming to the iPhone lets you create a digital version of yourself to send to your friends. Here's how it will work.
"This is a symbolic target on American culture because bourbon is so intertwined with who we are," a whiskey collector tells CNBC.
Sloy, Dahl & Holst’s Paul Meeks says most tech stocks are too pricey right now.
While Amazon's acquisition of Whole Foods has rattled the grocery industry, it has brought new business models and partnerships for Google.
One email marketing company said some of their clients have lost up to 80 percent of their email lists.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras survived a no-confidence motion in parliament on Saturday.
South Korea and the United States are expected to announce the suspension of "large-scale" military drills this week.
The money will come partly from tax hikes and partly from money that will no longer be going to the European Union.
President Donald Trump announced fresh tariffs on $50 billion in Chinese goods, The New York Times reports.
The Fed may have telegraphed a fourth interest rate hike this year, but markets didn't quite get the message.
Russia and Saudi Arabia reinforced their partnership as OPEC is set to grapple with some thorny issues.
Siemens will build 94 new generation trains for the Piccadilly Line on London's metropolitan train network known as the Tube.
China state media said Trump has an "obsession with playing the disgraceful role of global economic disruptor."
In a quick response to U.S. tariffs, Beijing announced on Friday its own duties on American products, including agriculture products and automobiles.
China's Commerce Ministry said Friday that it will respond immediately on the same scale to the Trump administration's new tariffs on Chinese goods worth up to $50 billion.
The ECB has laid out plans to end its stimulus program, now money managers are assessing how this affects investments.
The expected tariffs against $50 billion worth of Chinese goods will escalate trade tensions globally.
A fourth rate hike this year could bring about an inverted yield curve and economic slowdown, Principal Global Investors CEO Jim McCaughan believes.
Banks in major European economies could be severely hurt by political developments in Italy.
In questioning America's security alliance with South Korea, President Trump delivered a shock to his Asian allies.
The United States is due to release the final list of Chinese products subject to 25 percent tariffs by Friday.
The close relationship between the U.S. and the U.K. means the two countries can disagree on certain issues but still find solutions, British Prime Minister Theresa May told CNBC Wednesday.
The news will be a welcome boost for May, who is currently contending with a government split over Brexit.
North Korea not only won a halt of U.S.-South Korea drills, a major concern, it also benefited from the event's optics.