Offshore gas fields in the Mediterranean could become one of several new energy sources for European countries as they seek independence from Russia.
The Federal Reserve may have no choice but to wage a relentless inflation fight, but countries rich and poor are feeling the pain of plunging currencies.
A trial is set to begin Oct. 17 that will decide whether the Tesla CEO must follow through with his $44 billion proposal to buy Twitter.
More electric cars will be sold in the country this year than in the rest of the world combined, as its domestic market accelerates ahead of the global competition.
Investors are waking up to the harsh reality of just how much pain the economy may have to endure as the Federal Reserve continues its fight against stubbornly high inflation.
Semiconductors are in everything. Our phones, our laptops, our televisions. Even our cars. But concerns about a global recession and continued worries about supply shortages stemming from lingering pandemic-related shutdowns in Asia over the past two years are hurting top chip companies.
With the help of a consulting firm, the Providence hospital system trained staff to wring money out of patients, even those eligible for free care.
Neither Boeing nor former CEO Dennis Muilenburg admitted wrongdoing over two deadly 737 Max crashes, but they offered to settle and pay penalties.
A cache of nearly 160,000 files from Russia’s powerful internet regulator provides a rare glimpse inside Vladimir V. Putin’s digital crackdown.
How easily companies give up swollen profits could determine how easily the Federal Reserve can cool inflation. Dealerships offer clues.
The Federal Reserve is expected to raise interest rates by three-quarters of a percentage point for the third consecutive time in an aggressive move to tackle white-hot inflation.
The New York State Comptroller said Tuesday that several of New York City's fiscal challenges could result in a budget gap nearing $10 billion by 2026 — potentially affecting essential services in the future.
A pair of bipartisan bills in Congress aim to lower the swipe fees, also known as interchange fees, that retailers pay every time a customer makes a purchase with their card. The effort is backed by retail giants including Walmart, Target, and Kroger, as well as convenience stores and independent grocers.
The project also illustrates how difficult it is to get lithium out of the ground and break China’s dominance in processing the metal and turning it into batteries.
The oil boom brought about by the Ukraine war has made energy-rich Middle Eastern countries extraordinarily wealthy once again. But experts warn that it may be the last such upswing.
Freight railways pushed to streamline their operations and improve their profit margins. Critics say the approach left the system stretched thin.
Central banks are faced with the unenviable task of trying to put a lid on decades-high inflation without triggering harsh recessions that could unleash misery around the world. But Robert Shiller, a Nobel Prize-winning economist at Yale University, thinks they have no choice but to hold the line.
After a Florida man was accused of vehicular homicide, his lawyer used Clearview AI’s facial recognition software to prove his innocence. But other defense lawyers say Clearview’s offer rings hollow.
The Federal Reserve's upcoming meeting on Wednesday will be one for the history books. The Fed will either raise rates by three-quarters of a point for the third consecutive time, to 3%, or it will hike them by an unprecedented one full percentage point to 3.25%.
Unions and management reached a tentative deal early Thursday that averts a freight railroad strike that had threatened to cripple US supply chains and push prices higher for many goods.
Talks intensified Wednesday in hope of averting a freight railroad strike set for early Friday that could cripple the nation's struggling supply chain and send prices higher for goods from gasoline to food to cars.
If freight trains stop rolling, the result could be chaos for business, shortages for consumers, and fresh momentum for rising prices.
For more than a decade, Catherine Engelbrecht, a Texas mom turned election-fraud crusader, has sown doubts about ballots and voting. Her patience has paid off.
Markets steadied early Wednesday after US stocks logged their worst day since June 2020, plunging on news that inflation in August was higher than expected.
Ferrari has unveiled the first four-door production vehicle the legendary Italian automaker has ever produced. It has a long hood that houses a gasoline engine and a single large area behind that which holds seats for four people and space for plenty of cargo. It's also a four-wheel-drive vehicle. But, with the company's sporting and racing history, Ferrari insists it isn't anything so gauche as a "Sport Utility Vehicle."
Reed Duchscher, the manager of the YouTube megastar “Mr. Beast,” is teaming up with the investment firm TCG to bankroll businesses led by online creators.
US inflation cooled off in August for the second-straight month but remained stubbornly high, according to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics released Tuesday.