The 83-year-old American woman arrived in Malaysia after leaving the MS Westerdam cruise ship that docked in Cambodia last week.
Team LeBron defeated Team Giannis, 157-155, in the 2020 NBA All-Star Game in Chicago, with Los Angeles Clippers star Kawhi Leonard taking home the All-Star Game MVP award, which the league officially named after Kobe Bryant.
Space companies are racing to launch satellites into space with the aim of creating global internet coverage on Earth. But there's one big problem — "space junk."
Europe and the U.S. seem incapable of putting an end to Germany's excessive trade surpluses that are stifling economic growth, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
"That was an act of terror," he said of the strike that killed Gen. Qasem Soleimani, a key military figure of Iran and the Middle East.
Gross domestic product (GDP) fell an annualized 6.3% in the October-December period, faster than a median market forecast for a 3.7% contraction, data released by the government showed on Monday.
Singapore's gross domestic product in 2020 could register a change of between -0.5% and 1.5%, said the country's Ministry of Trade and Industry.
The pneumonia-like COVID-19 has already infected more than 70,000 people worldwide and killed over 1,700.
An American passenger onboard the MS Westerdam has tested positive for COVID-19.
Singapore's finance minister, Heng Swee Keat, is scheduled to deliver his annual budget speech on Tuesday.
Stocks are within a whisker of all-time highs, but top market bull Jeffrey Saut isn't trusting one outperforming sector that carried the index to these heights.
The DOJ alumni accused Attorney General William Barr of doing the president's "personal bidding."
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver said the league could suffer financial losses of $400 million or less after a dispute with China following an executive's Twitter post last October.
Klobuchar, who performed well on the debate stage, said she looked forward to going head-to-head with Mike Bloomberg as he dominates the airwaves with ad-spend.
Netflix led the Oscar nominations with 24 nods, but, with so few wins this year, some analysts are questioning the streaming service's overall film strategy.
China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi said Saturday that U.S. criticisms of Beijing were "lies" and blamed Washington for the tumultuous relationship.
Jefferies identified cyclical stocks that have unfairly sold-off and are long-term buying opportunities, including United Technologies and ON Semiconductor.
Mark Zuckerberg shifted Facebook's focus to groups in 2017, and it's changed how people use the site
Facebook users are now engaging with more content from groups as part of the social network's shift toward meaningful communities.
Democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg released plans to help shore up Social Security and increase retirement savings.
Smith's comments followed those of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, who said social media companies need more guidance and regulation from governments.
The Trump administration may stop exporting jet engines manufactured partly by General Electric to China, the WSJ reported.
U.S. mistrust of China goes as far back as the 1950s, when national authorities set unrealistic production quotas that led local officials to inflate data.
Uber, Lyft, Pinterest and other high-profile internet companies rely on adjusted EBITDA in their earnings reports. Some investors are skeptical.
Marvin is a family-owned manufacturing company headquartered in Warroad, Minnesota. The business is turning to Silicon Valley for ideas on how to keep workers.
Increased employment among workers who are at least 65 years old has taken on out-sized proportion of job growth in the last two years.
The DF Dent Premier Growth fund has consistently beaten the market and has big bets on several financial stocks. Here's what it's betting on in 2020.
The D.F. Dent Premier Growth Fund has been beating the market over the last decade, and its porfolio manager said the key is not searching for quick trades.
Tesla has piqued the interest of professional and retail traders alike as they try to capitalize on the electric car maker's wild swings.
The U.S. economy offers more stable growth and American securities promise more secure cash flows and yield that the rest of the globe.
Stocks are likely to remain hostage to developments involving the coronavirus, and even so the market could continue to hit new highs.