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Oct 03, 2022

China's climate push could spawn new global players, even if Beijing falls short on its pledge
China says it wants to be carbon neutral by 2060 — and those stated ambitions are spawning companies that could one day become global leaders.

CNBC World News
Oct 03, 2022

London, Paris, Frankfurt and beyond: CNBC names Europe's best hotels for business travel
After months of research, CNBC and Statista release the rankings of the best hotels for business travelers in more than 50 cities across Europe.

CNBC World News
Oct 03, 2022

Jim Cramer says Apple is still the ‘greatest stock of all time'
His comments come after Morgan Stanley estimated that the iPhone maker's App store net revenue tumbled a record 5% last month.

CNBC World News
Oct 03, 2022

South Korea's Naver to buy U.S. e-commerce site Poshmark for $1.2 billion
The companies said the deal will deepen Naver's reach in online retail, while allowing Poshmark to expand into international markets.

CNBC World News
Oct 03, 2022

Torn-up Trump papers, missing Obama and Kim Jong Un letters detailed in new release on White House documents
Trump faces a criminal investigation by the Department of Justice over the removal of government records when he left the White House.

CNBC World News
Oct 03, 2022

Jim Cramer says 3 things are preventing the market from having a sustained rally
Stocks rebounded on Monday after an ugly end to the month and quarter on Friday.

CNBC World News
Oct 03, 2022

Ukrainian ambassador tells Elon Musk to 'f--- off' after billionaire infuriates nation with Twitter poll
Musk drew the public ire of Ukraine when he tweeted his idea of the most likely outcome of Russia's brutal invasion of Ukraine.

CNBC World News
Oct 03, 2022

Rivian says it's on pace to meet 2022 goals after production grew 67% in the third quarter
Rivian built over 7,000 electric vehicles in the third quarter, its best quarterly total yet, as it remains on track to make 25,000 in 2022.

CNBC World News
Oct 03, 2022

Elon Musk infuriates Ukraine with a Twitter poll on how the Russia war should end
Musk drew the public ire of Ukraine when he tweeted his idea of the most likely outcome of Russia's brutal invasion of Ukraine.

CNBC World News
Oct 03, 2022

Apple CEO Tim Cook doesn't like the metaverse—he predicts a different technology will shape the future
Tim Cook is questioning the excitement over the metaverse and virtual reality (VR), but the Apple CEO is a big fan of augmented reality (AR). Here's why.

CNBC World News
Oct 03, 2022

Will Smith's first project since Oscars fiasco gets December release date
"Emancipation" is Smith's first project since the Oscars, where he made headlines for slapping host Chris Rock on stage.

CNBC World News
Oct 03, 2022

Billionaire Warren Buffett swears by this inexpensive investing strategy that anyone can try
No one can pinpoint the exact date when it became clear that investing in index funds had won out over investing in active management, but Warren Buffett declaring it to be so is certainly a pivotal moment.

CNBC World News
Oct 03, 2022

Apple's App Store revenue fell in September as game purchases cooled, Morgan Stanley says
Morgan Stanley said App Store revenue declined about 5% in September, the steepest drop since the bank started modeling the data in 2015.

CNBC World News
Oct 03, 2022

Credit Suisse shares pare losses after earlier plunging as much as 10%
Credit Suisse executives are in talks with investors to reassure them amid rising concerns over the bank's financial health, the Financial Times reported.

CNBC World News
Oct 03, 2022

Why you should be wary of investing advice from celebrities like Kim Kardashian
Like all things on social media, not all of the 'expert' financial advice you see is necessarily true or right for you.

CNBC World News
Oct 03, 2022

Apple's App Store revenue fell last month as game purchases cooled, Morgan Stanley says
Morgan Stanley said App Store revenue declined about 5% in September, the steepest drop since the bank started modeling the data in 2015.

CNBC World News
Oct 03, 2022

UK finance minister pledges no more distractions after ‘tough day' sees U-turn on top tax rate
U.K. Finance Minister Kwasi Kwarteng on Monday said the government would not be distracted from delivering on its growth plan.

CNBC World News
Oct 03, 2022

Credit Suisse shares tank on restructuring, capital concerns
Credit Suisse executives are in talks with investors to reassure them amid rising concerns over the bank's financial health, the Financial Times reported.

CNBC World News
Oct 03, 2022

Peloton will put bikes in every Hilton-branded hotel in the U.S.
Peloton will put bikes in all 5,400 Hilton-branded hotels in the U.S., the company announced Monday.

CNBC World News
Oct 03, 2022

Kim Kardashian pays over $1 million to settle SEC charges linked to a crypto promo on her Instagram
Reality TV star Kim Kardashian agreed to cooperate with an ongoing investigation by the SEC as she settled charges she unlawfully touted a crypto asset.

CNBC World News
Oct 03, 2022

Britain's tax cut pivot might not be enough to quell market mayhem
The U.K. government's reversal on scrapping the top rate of income tax is down to political optics and will not reassure market skittishness, analysts told CNBC Monday.

CNBC World News
Oct 03, 2022

Credit Suisse 'may or may not' be a Lehman moment but something is going to break, Sri-Kumar says
Over the weekend, several media outlets reported that Credit Suisse sought to assuage investors' concerns over its financial health

CNBC World News
Oct 03, 2022

Oil prices could soon return to $100 as OPEC considers ‘historic' cut, analysts say
OPEC and non-OPEC producers, a group often referred to as OPEC , will meet in Vienna, Austria on Wednesday to decide on the next phase of production policy.

CNBC World News
Oct 03, 2022

Google shuts down Translate service in China
It marks the end of one of Google's last remaining products in the world's second-largest economy.

CNBC World News
Oct 03, 2022

What do tax cuts and market chaos mean for young Brits? 3 experts give their advice
As the U.K. economy remains gripped by market mayhem, what could it all mean for millennials and Gen Z?

CNBC World News
Oct 03, 2022

Credit Suisse shares tank 10% on restructuring, capital concerns
Credit Suisse executives are in talks with investors to reassure them amid rising concerns over the bank's financial health, the Financial Times reported.

CNBC World News
Oct 03, 2022

Turkey's inflation hits 83% as Erdogan vows to keep cutting interest rates
Inflation for the country of 84 million people has soared in the last two years.

CNBC World News
Oct 03, 2022

Credit Suisse is not about to cause a Lehman moment, economist Sri-Kumar says
Over the weekend, several media outlets reported that Credit Suisse sought to assuage investors' concerns over its financial health

CNBC World News
Oct 03, 2022

UK government abolishes plan to cut tax on high earners in major U-turn
The U.K. government on Monday reversed a planned scrapping of the top rate of income tax, after a public backlash and major market turbulence.

CNBC World News
Oct 03, 2022

Credit Suisse is reportedly seeking to assure investors as financial concerns rise
Credit Suisse executives are in talks with investors to reassure them amid rising concerns over the bank's financial health, the Financial Times reported.

CNBC World News
Oct 02, 2022

Cramer: It's the Fed versus China and Putin and stocks hang perilously in the balance
It seems preposterous that things can stay this bleak for so long, with heathy banks and a healthy consumer. But things aren't working out like that right now.

CNBC World News
Oct 02, 2022

India's top 25 most attractive start-ups to work for, according to LinkedIn
Start-ups in India such as CRED, upGrad and Zepto are the ones to watch, according to LinkedIn's new study.

CNBC World News
Oct 02, 2022

Pro-Russian groups are raising funds in crypto to prop up military operations and evade U.S. sanctions
Pro-Russian groups have raised $400,000 in cryptocurrency since the start of the Ukraine invasion to fund paramilitary operations and evade U.S. sanctions.

CNBC World News
Oct 02, 2022

Tesla delivered 343,000 vehicles in the third quarter of 2022
In the third quarter of 2022, Tesla faced soaring commodity prices, executive turnover, and growing pains at its new factories in Germany and Texas.

CNBC World News
Oct 02, 2022

Tim Cook says there are 4 traits he looks for in Apple employees: ‘It's been a very good formula for us'
Tim Cook doesn't spend his days reviewing resumes — but in his 11-year stint as Apple's CEO, he's determined what it takes to thrive at the company.

CNBC World News
Oct 02, 2022

Top Wall Street analysts name the best stocks to ride a market downcycle
TipRanks analyst ranking service pinpoints Wall Street's best-performing stocks, including Alphabet & GXO Logistics.

CNBC World News
Oct 02, 2022

Toyota CEO Akio Toyoda talks about why he isn't all-in on EVs — and what made him do a 'happy dance'
Akio Toyoda said last week he would like his legacy to be "I love cars." But how he will be remembered for all-electric vehicles is still being determined.

CNBC World News
Oct 01, 2022

World Vegetarian Day: These are the best cities for vegans and vegetarians in 2022
October 1 is World Vegetarian Day, and a new WalletHub survey ranks the best cities for vegans and vegetarians in 2022. See if your city made the list.

CNBC World News
Oct 01, 2022

Here's how a recession could hurt - or help - unions at big companies like Starbucks and Amazon
Working conditions during the pandemic pushed many workers to organize — but fears about a potential recession could curb the union boom.

CNBC World News
Oct 01, 2022

‘The Fed is breaking things' - Here's what has Wall Street on edge as risks rise around the world
The Fed's efforts to tame inflation are rippling around the world, with potentially unforeseen consequences for investors.

CNBC World News
Oct 01, 2022

Americans are suffering from 'recession fatigue,' report finds
After more than two years of economic uncertainty, some adults are finding it hard to stay financially disciplined ahead of a possible recession.

CNBC World News
Oct 01, 2022

It's International Coffee Day—here's where to score free coffee and other discounts
International Coffee Day was created in 2014 to celebrate java lovers all over the world. Check out these companies offering freebies and discounts.

CNBC World News
Sep 30, 2022

Disney reaches deal with activist investor Third Point, will add former Meta executive to its board
The deal comes weeks after Third Point took a new stake in Disney valued at about $1 billion and urged the media company to spin out ESPN.

CNBC World News
Sep 30, 2022

Tesla expected to show humanoid robot Optimus demo on Friday night at AI Day 2022
Investors are expecting a real tech demonstration of the robot, along with updates on Tesla's self-driving technology.

CNBC World News
Sep 30, 2022

Biden warns Putin that U.S. will defend 'every single inch' of NATO territory as Russia formally annexes Ukraine regions
President Joe Biden in remarks about Russian President Vladimir Putin and his war against Ukraine called the Nord Stream pipeline leaks an act of sabotage.

CNBC World News
Sep 30, 2022

How Gautam Adani became the world's fourth richest person while billionaires like Jeff Bezos lost tens of billions
In 2021, Gautam Adani was not on the top 10 list of the world's richest people. But in 2022, the Indian billionaire settled in behind Jeff Bezos and Bernard Arnault as No. 4.

CNBC World News
Sep 30, 2022

American homebuyers are finding UK bargains, discounted by a weaker pound
Prices in London are down nearly 20% over the past year as a result of price declines and currency impact, according to global consulting group Knight Frank.

CNBC World News
Sep 30, 2022

Unions could face a big obstacle in 2023 if the economy falls into a recession
Working conditions during the pandemic pushed many workers to organize — but fears about a potential recession could curb the union boom.

CNBC World News
Sep 30, 2022

Silicon Valley billionaires square off over support for Trump and the MAGA movement
Business executives deploying millions of dollars in political donations to shape midterm results

CNBC World News
Sep 30, 2022

Putin declares 'four new regions of Russia' as Moscow illegally annexes parts of Ukraine
The annexation follows a series of referendums that the West described as a sham.

CNBC World News
Sep 30, 2022

The union push could face a big obstacle in 2023 if the economy falls into a recession
Working conditions during the pandemic pushed many workers to organize — but fears about a potential recession could curb the union boom.

CNBC World News
Sep 30, 2022

Facebook scrambles to escape stock's death spiral as users flee, sales drop
Meta has lost about two-thirds of its value since peaking last year as the business continues to get pummeled on multiple fronts.

CNBC World News
Sep 30, 2022

Putin declares 'four new regions of Russia' as Moscow annexes parts of Ukraine
The annexation follows a series of referendums that the West described as a sham.

CNBC World News
Sep 30, 2022

Russian pipeline leaks spark climate fears as huge volumes of methane spew into the atmosphere
Climate scientists described the gas leaks as a "reckless release" of greenhouse gas emissions that, if deliberate, "amounts to an environmental crime."

CNBC World News
Sep 30, 2022

Euro zone inflation soars to a record 10%, piling pressure on the European Central Bank
Euro zone inflation hit a new record high of 10% in September, Eurostat data showed on Friday, up from 9.1% in August and above consensus projections of 9.7%.

CNBC World News
Sep 30, 2022

Bank of England intervention should be 'sufficient' to calm market chaos, says Dutch pension fund investor
On Wednesday, the BOE stepped up to buy long-term-bonds or gilts over the next two weeks, in a bid to shore up financial stability.

CNBC World News
Sep 30, 2022

New coin designs for King Charles III released by the UK's Royal Mint
The 50p coin, which will be in circulation before the end of the year, shows the new king without a crown and facing left.

CNBC World News
Sep 30, 2022

Britain's Liz Truss holds emergency talks with budget watchdog as the pound stabilizes
British Prime Minister Liz Truss and her Finance Minister Kwasi Kwarteng met the U.K.'s independent monetary watchdog for talks on Friday.

CNBC World News
Sep 30, 2022

There are no American F1 drivers. McLaren CEO Zak Brown has a theory about that
"The talents are there, the resources are there. It's really about when and where they get started and to get into Formula One," Brown told CNBC.

CNBC World News
Sep 30, 2022

Britain's Liz Truss to hold emergency talks with budget watchdog as the pound stabilizes
British Prime Minister Liz Truss and her Finance Minister Kwasi Kwarteng are set to meet the U.K.'s independent monetary watchdog for talks on Friday.

CNBC World News
Sep 30, 2022

The U.S. and China need to resume talks over Taiwan — away from the public eye, says think tank
"This has to happen at the highest level ... in quiet discreet channels," says Paul Haenle of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

CNBC World News
Sep 30, 2022

Is the UK now a buy? Analysts weigh in after market meltdown and Bank of England intervention
Although some analysts have highlighted that the U.K. retains strong fiscal fundamentals, many are reluctant to jump back in until the smoke clears.

CNBC World News
Sep 30, 2022

Here are the top 15 start-ups to work for in Singapore, according to LinkedIn
Start-ups in Singapore such as Aspire, Doctor Anywhere and Flash Coffee are the ones to watch, according to LinkedIn's new study.

CNBC World News
Sep 29, 2022

SoftBank plans at least 30% staff cuts to Vision Fund, source confirms
SoftBank founder Masayoshi Son had foreshadowed cost-cutting this summer after the company posted a $21.6 billion quarterly loss for the Vision Fund.

CNBC World News
Sep 29, 2022

Nike shares fall as overstocked inventory weighs on earnings
Nike said its revenue rose in its fiscal first-quarter despite supply-chain volatility, while swollen inventories weighed on its profit.

CNBC World News
Sep 29, 2022

F1's Max Verstappen says the Singapore race is 'very tough' but he's thrilled about its return
After a two-year hiatus, the Singapore Grand Prix is roaring back this Sunday on a circuit that Oracle Red Bull's Max Verstappen says he's thrilled about.

CNBC World News
Sep 29, 2022

Jack Dorsey tried to get Elon Musk on Twitter's board but directors were too 'risk averse,' texts reveal
Musk and Twitter are set to go to Delaware Chancery Court in mid-October over the Tesla CEO's attempt to get out of his $44 billion deal to buy the company.

CNBC World News
Sep 29, 2022

Apple VP leaves company after vulgar comment goes viral on TikTok
An Apple representative confirmed the departure to CNBC, saying, "Tony is leaving Apple."

CNBC World News
Sep 29, 2022

Apple downgrade sparks tech sell-off, sending Alphabet and Microsoft to one-year lows
Tech stocks sold off Thursday as investors confronted the implications of a weaker economy, demonstrated by Apple.

CNBC World News
Sep 29, 2022

Nike sales rise, but supply chain issues and inventories weigh on earnings
Nike said its revenue rose in its fiscal first-quarter despite supply-chain volatility, while swollen inventories weighed on its profit.

CNBC World News
Sep 29, 2022

Disney names Alisa Bowen president of Disney as it prepares to launch ad tier
Alisa Bowen has been tapped to take on the top mantle of the Disney subscription service.

CNBC World News
Sep 29, 2022

Australia's house prices fall, interest rates soar but analysts say there's no crash yet
Mortgage rates have fallen to below 2% in recent years, but interest rates are rising rapidly in Australia as the central bank looks to tame inflation.

CNBC World News
Sep 29, 2022

Apple VP leaves company after making off-color joke in viral TikTok video
An Apple representative confirmed the departure to CNBC, saying "Tony is leaving Apple."

CNBC World News
Sep 29, 2022

Phil Collins, Genesis bandmates sell music rights in bundle deal — but Peter Gabriel isn't involved in it
The deal involving Phil Collins and Genesis comes after similar deals involving Bob Dylan and Bruce Springsteen.

CNBC World News
Sep 29, 2022

Army major and doctor wife charged in plot to give U.S. military medical info to Russians to help in war against Ukraine
A U.S. Army major doctor and her physician wife have been charged with a plot to give military medical information to Russia to help in the war against Ukraine.

CNBC World News
Sep 29, 2022

Toyota CEO doubles down on EV strategy amid criticism it's not moving fast enough
Toyota CEO Akio Toyoda said Thursday the company will move forward with plans to offer an array of so-called electrified vehicles for the foreseeable future.

CNBC World News
Sep 29, 2022

McDonald's is releasing new Happy Meals for adults to recreate 'one of the most nostalgic experiences'
The Cactus Plant Flea Market Box is a collab with the famous streetwear brand.

CNBC World News
Sep 29, 2022

Phil Collins, Genesis bandmates sell music rights in bundle deal - but Peter Gabriel isn't involved in it
The deal involving Phil Collins and Genesis comes after similar deals involving Bob Dylan and Bruce Springsteen.

CNBC World News
Sep 29, 2022

Google to shut down gaming service Stadia as CEO Pichai continues cost-cutting efforts
Google previously cut parts of Stadia's team, and the company has been looking for other places to shed costs.

CNBC World News
Sep 29, 2022

Jobless claims hit five-month low despite Fed's efforts to slow labor market
Initial filings for unemployment claims fell last week to their lowest level in five months, a sign that the labor market is strengthening.

CNBC World News
Sep 29, 2022

Army major and doctor wife charged in plot to give U.S. military medical info to Russians
A U.S. Army major doctor and his physician wife have been charged with a plot to give militar medical information to Russia

CNBC World News
Sep 29, 2022

How a decline in some Google searches shows retail investors are leaving the market
With the stock market well on its way to its worst year since the financial crisis, mom-and-pop investors appear to be losing interest.

CNBC World News
Sep 29, 2022

Summer's over, but the European travel season isn't
Airlines aren't pulling back on U.S.-Europe capacity the way they did in 2019, before the Covid pandemic.

CNBC World News
Sep 29, 2022

Erdogan says Turkey will keep cutting interest rates, mocks British pound
Erdogan doubled down on his controversial monetary plan on Thursday, saying that he told central bank decision-makers to continue lowering rates.

CNBC World News
Sep 29, 2022

Citroen announces EV concept which uses recycled cardboard and has a top speed of 68 mph
Citroen says vehicle has a target weight of roughly 1000 kilograms, or one metric ton.

CNBC World News
Sep 29, 2022

Nintendo carries out 10-for-1 stock split to lure new investors to the Japanese gaming giant
Nintendo's stock split reduces the price of an individual share, potentially making it more attractive for investors to buy in to the Japanese gaming giant.

CNBC World News
Sep 29, 2022

Spain says Nord Stream gas leaks likely a deliberate act — and points the finger at Russia
Swedish police are currently investigating the Nord Stream gas leaks and the European Union suspects sabotage.

CNBC World News
Sep 29, 2022

New Foreign Secretary Cleverly says UK's strategic shift to Indo-Pacific is 'permanent'
"The Indo-Pacific tilt is here to stay," James Cleverly said at the Milken Institute Asia Summit. "It is permanent."

CNBC World News
Sep 29, 2022

Ian weakens to tropical storm after making landfall in Florida as a category 4 hurricane
The storm made landfall over the west coast of Florida as a category 4 storm on Wednesday afternoon, according to the National Hurricane Center.

CNBC World News
Sep 29, 2022

Pension fund panic led to Bank of England's emergency intervention: Here's what you need to know
The Bank of England on Wednesday launched a historic intervention to stabilize the U.K. economy.

CNBC World News
Sep 29, 2022

UK PM Liz Truss defends tax cuts, vows to press on
Truss said her widely-criticized policies, which caused chaos in U.K. markets, would grow the economy while supporting households with higher bills.

CNBC World News
Sep 29, 2022

U.S., South Korea are working to 'rectify the problems' on EV subsidies, South Korea trade minister says
South Korean officials have established a "bilateral engagement channel" with U.S. counterparts to resolve issues stemming from the Inflation Reduction Act.

CNBC World News
Sep 29, 2022

Porsche shares rise in landmark Frankfurt debut
The original range for the non-voting preferred shares was set between 76.50 euros and 82.50 euros in a prospectus released Sept. 19.

CNBC World News
Sep 29, 2022

Vestas launches 'world's tallest onshore tower for wind turbines'
Towers are crucially important components of a wind turbine.

CNBC World News
Sep 29, 2022

Hurricane Ian weakens to category one storm after making landfall in Florida
The storm made landfall over the west coast of Florida as a category 4 storm on Wednesday afternoon, according to the National Hurricane Center.

CNBC World News
Sep 29, 2022

India's startup market may be behind China's, but it has 'tremendous potential,' says Facebook co-founder
India's startup market is worth betting on, though it's still "a few years" behind China's, Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin said.

CNBC World News
Sep 28, 2022

Nasdaq says IPOs by Chinese firms could pick up 'dramatically' as delisting fears ease
Some 30 Chinese companies went public on the Nasdaq in the first half of 2021, said Bob McCooey, vice chairman of Nasdaq.

CNBC World News
Sep 28, 2022

Two large Hong Kong IPOs drop in trading debut: China EV maker Leapmotor plunges, Onewo shares dip
Leapmotor and Onewo, whose initial public offerings were among Hong Kong's largest for the year, dropped on their first day of trade in the city on Thursday.

CNBC World News
Sep 28, 2022

'Do not bet': China's central bank warns against yuan speculation
The People's Bank of China has warned against betting on the yuan, after its rapid decline against the U.S. dollar this week.

CNBC World News
Sep 28, 2022

India's military relationship with Russia isn't going away — it'll 'endure for decades,' analyst says
Modi may have publicly rebuked Putin over the war in Ukraine, but the longstanding friendship between India and Russia isn't going away, analysts said.

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