Eight dead as Somali forces battle Al-Shabaab at besieged hotel
Truly tasteless: Japan's plastic food artists get creative
Al-Shabaab gunmen attack Mogadishu hotel, casualties reported
The world's largest asset manager BlackRock Inc. warned the U.S.
A U.S. energy regulator on Friday gave Berkshire Hathaway Inc, the company controlled by billionaire Warren Buffett, permission to buy up to 50% of oil company Occidental Petroleum Corp's common stock.
Elon Musk has approached brain chip implant developer Synchron Inc about a potential investment as his own company Neuralink plays catch-up in the race to connect the human brain directly to machines
Fresenius SE said its long-serving Chief Executive Stephan Sturm would quit, to be replaced by the head of its drugs unit, after the diversified group's earnings were hit following the COVID pandemic and a surge in costs.
Literature world holds New York rally for Rushdie
Wayfair announced Friday that the company would cut almost 900 jobs, which is a reduction of the company's workforce by 5%.
Nicaraguan police remove bishop from his home: church
Cryptocurrencies fell sharply on Friday, with sudden selling dragging bitcoin to a three-week low.
China's Xiaomi Corp posted a steep drop in second quarter revenue on Friday as the world's biggest smartphone market shrank, hit by strict COVID restrictions.
UK retail sales in surprise rebound