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Winning the award, director Bong Joon Ho said it made him think that "maybe we haven't created such a bad movie."
Beijing sees no other way of protecting its vital economic interests while remaining on a permanent collision course with the U.S. on so many war-and-peace issues.
GM is once again taking shots at its competitors' pickup trucks in a new ad campaign for its GMC Sierra, highlighting the strength and toughness of its all-new carbon fiber pickup box.
The world's 2,153 billionaires have more wealth between them than a combined 4.6 billion people, according to a study published Monday by Oxfam.
France is introducing new start-up friendly employee share ownership rules to take on Silicon Valley
France is bringing in new rules on employee stock options to lure in talent and compete with the U.S.' top tech hub.
Europe's privacy overhaul has led to $126 million in fines — but regulators are just getting started
The biggest penalty under GDPR to date was a fine of 50 million euros imposed on Google, according to law firm DLA Piper.
An outbreak of coronavirus in China is spreading to more cities, Chinese authorities reported on Monday, with 139 new cases found over the weekend, including a third death.
When asked who he would support in the 2020 election, Cohn said: "I'm leaving the door open. But at this point, I don't have any intention not to vote for the president."
SpaceX CEO Elon Musk spoke alongside NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine on Sunday.
It was a battle between reboots this weekend at the box office and the tag team of Will Smith and Martin Lawrence came out on top.
SpaceX completed its last major test before flying astronauts to space on Sunday.
In a Q&A with CNBC, Ice Cube explained some of the changes for the Big3, why he's done trying to recruit Kobe Bryant and offered some financial advice to young entrepreneurs.
Instagram has revolutionized the way tattoo artists grow their businesses, relying on the Facebook-owned social network to showcase their work and build their reputations among their peers and potential customers.
Synchrony Financial, Johnson & Johnson, Citrix Systems, Western Alliance Bancorp., and SVB Financial almost always beat Wall Street's earnings estimates.
Within the last two decades, Amazon fulfillment centers have popped up in almost every corner of the U.S., as the company pushes to bring items closer to customers to enable faster deliveries.
Passwords are a very serious and expensive security risk. It's why companies like Microsoft, Apple and Google are trying to reduce our dependence on them. But can these companies break our bad habits?
No incumbent president this century has been so thoroughly outraised by a field of challengers in the year before a reelection contest.
Millionaire investors have ditched their fears of a recession and are increasingly bullish on the economy and stocks at the start of 2020 trading, according to an E-Trade survey.
Over half of the world's GDP (gross domestic product) is exposed to risks from nature loss, according to a new report.
Trump lawyers slam impeachment as attempt to overturn election as House calls him 'threat to nation'
Trump's lawyers, responding to a formal Senate summons, slammed impeachment as a "dangerous attack on the right of the American people to freely choose their president" ahead of the presidential election this November.
While Amazon's plan is in the early stages, the company has reportedly begun working with Visa on testing out the terminals, and has discussed the project with Mastercard, JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo and Synchrony Financial.
The ARPU estimate of $6 to $7 showcases how Peacock is a significant new revenue stream but a lackluster replacement for cable revenues -- unless NBCUniversal can save a lot of money on content.
As the world battles climate change, homelessness and income inequality, CEOs are still bound by investors and profits.
Wall Street analysts name their top picks ahead of earnings.
Given a series of new highs for the S&P 500, the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the Nasdaq, the obvious question is who is doing all this buying?
"The market is way ahead of its earnings," one market analyst said.
There's an unusually wide spread between the valuation of the most expensive stocks and the cheapest ones.
U.S. isolationism, European disunity, and growing nationalism and populism within democracies are among the issues confronting world leaders.
Many of the Bloomberg team's targets are backing other candidates, but the effort could potentially put pressure on the donors to withhold funds from other contenders.
Epic is phoning customers to explain that it's withdrawing support for Google Cloud, instead focusing on AWS and Microsoft Azure.