General Motors retakes its spot as America's top automaker from Toyota but U.S. car sales continue to decline into 2023.
U.S. shares of Chinese tech giant Alibaba helped push the Nasdaq Composite Index higher even as a newly released jobs report showed a still-tight labor market.
Software giant Salesforce will cut 10% of its workforce in the upcoming weeks, joining other tech giants in implementing layoffs to begin 2023.
Coinbase on Wednesday agreed to pay $100 million to settle a case with New York regulators.
Twitter will reverse a three-year ban it had on paid political advertising in an apparent attempt to garner more revenue.
The December jobs report could play a major role in the Federal Reserve's decision to end interest rate hikes.
As we welcome 2023, we also welcome changes to the list of the wealthiest people in the world. Here is the current top 25, according to Forbes.
Sam Bankman-Fried, formerly worth an estimated $26 billion, is facing charges that could send him to prison with up to 115 years sentence.
Goldman Sachs has also ended meal allowance for its employees and limited free daily car rides to employees who work well into the evening.
U.S. stocks dipped Tuesday, dragged down by the plummeting share prices of Tesla and Apple and concern over inflation.
Google has told a tribunal in India that the country's antitrust investigators copied parts of a European ruling against the U.S. firm for abusing the market dominance of its Android operating system, arguing the decision be quashed, legal papers show.
The House Ways and Means Committee has officially released six years of former President Donald Trump's tax returns. Here is everything we have learned about its contents.
U.S. stocks declined Friday, closing the markets' worst year in 14 years.
Hershey is facing a lawsuit after research showed multiple dark chocolate bars contained high levels of lead and cadmium.
Share of Tesla jumped Thursday, helping spark a broader U.S. stock rally with one trading day left in a mostly down year.
"This is a once-in-a-lifetime moment," said a store manager.
Starbucks announced it is changing its rewards program this week, increasing the number of stars needed to redeem items,
Southwest Airlines shares tumbled along with the Dow Jones Industrial Average Wednesday during a light day of trading.
"As a bank, we're not getting into the crypto world, crypto trading, crypto exchanges," HSBC Group CEO Noel Quinn said in September.
Investors can make money in both bull and bear markets, provided that they know how recessions affect different sectors of the economy.
Tesla's stock continued its sustained slide Tuesday during a day of choppy trading amid an uncertain 2023 economic outlook.
Central banks around the world are determined to do whatever it takes to fight inflation, including pushing the world economy into recession.
Netflix shares have increased in the last six months, but financial experts say the company will face plenty of issues in the coming year with ad tier revenue and subscriber growth.
If the reports are true, it looks like Singh, unlike Wang and Ellison, did not rat Bankman-Fried out and would most likely not get the same easy deal as SBF's other two lieutenants.
One of the recalled products is Wegmans Organic Baby Kale & Baby Spinach with Sweet Pea Leaves.
The cities projected to grow the fastest were released somewhat unexpectedly in the post-pandemic population booms in places such as Phoenix and Austin.
What toys showed up the most under people's Christmas tree on Christmas morning?
A survey of over 340 logistical managers found the majority believe current global supply chain issues will continue into 2024.
Economists agree that a recession is in the near future and that most people will feel the effects in early 2023.
Mohammed AlKaff AlHashmi is an entrepreneur with a series of cutting-edge tech initiatives that are considered to bring value to the MENA region's communities.