Heavily indebted Chinese property giant Evergrande has until late January to put together a restructuring plan, a Hong Kong court ruled Monday, extending a deadline that could lead to its liquidation.
Bitcoin on Monday rose past $40,000 for the first time since May last year, boosted by hopes that the United States will soon allow broader trading of the world's biggest cryptocurrency.
Inflation in the eurozone fell to its lowest level in more than two years in November, official data showed Thursday, raising hopes the European Central Bank could soon cut interest rates.
Uncertainty hovered over what major oil-producing nations -- collectively known as OPEC+ -- will decide on output policy as they headed into virtual meetings Thursday in a bid to halt a continuous slump in prices.
Oil and gas firms will face a crucial choice at UN climate talks next week between contributing to the climate crisis or embracing the clean energy transition, the International Energy Agency said Thursday.
Tesla chief executive Elon Musk broke his silence Thursday on a strike against his company in Sweden, saying it was "insane" that it may block new car deliveries.
Nvidia on Tuesday reported that its revenue more than tripled in the recently ended quarter as companies snapped up chips to power artificial intelligence (AI).
Eurozone stock markets advanced Wednesday on hopes of an end to the US Federal Reserve's interest rate-hiking cycle, but London flatlined before a key budget update.
Binance boss Changpeng Zhao has become the most powerful cryptocurrency figure to fall in a two-year period chaotic even by the standards of the notoriously volatile industry.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella on Monday announced the hiring of OpenAI's Sam Altman and other members of his team, days after the co-founder of the venture behind ChatGPT was fired.
Shapeshifting Colombian superstar Shakira is in comeback mode after a torrid, highly publicised split from her footballer ex, Gerard Pique.
Major Asian and European stock markets fell Thursday as investors took a breather and cashed in on a recent rally following better-than-expected US inflation figures.
The report disclosed that several blockchains and projects in the cryptocurrency industry could be affected by Randstorm, including Bitcoin, Dogecoin, Litecoin and ZCash.
Chinese internet giant Tencent announced on Wednesday a nine percent year-on-year dip in third-quarter net income, even as it posted growth in revenue over the same period.
The European Commission on Wednesday lowered its eurozone growth forecast for 2023 and 2024, saying the high cost of living and interest rates were weighing on consumers and businesses.
Oil production and demand are both on the rise, according to the IEA, marking a contrast from the organization's "peak oil" proclamation in October.
PayPal said its stablecoin, PYUSD, is just the "next evolution" toward its goal of continuously providing customers with "trust, confidence and ease."
It is considered the largest amount of liquidated longs in just 24 hours since Aug. 17, when Bitcoin nosedived from the $28,000 threshold to around $25,000 in just a matter of minutes.
XRP immediately erased the massive gains it accumulated after it was proven that the filing was false.
Robinhood's shares have nosedived from their peak levels by 86%, despite its breakout during the pandemic as the financial tech app.
German auto supplier Continental said Monday it will cut thousands of jobs to reduce costs, at a time the sector is facing severe headwinds.
The India-Taiwan jobs pact could irk neighboring China, which opposes any official exchange between Taipei and other nations.