A team of U.N. experts arrived at Ukraine's Zaporizhzhia atomic plant complex to assess the risk of a radiation disaster, after being delayed several hours by shelling near the site.
Finance chiefs at some of Canada's biggest banks are assessing how long strong demand for loans can continue as the economy shows signs of losing momentum.
Stay or return home? Tough choice for Ukrainian refugees as the school year starts.
Sri Lanka's former President Gotabaya Rajapaksa is set to return to the island nation as early as Friday after he fled a surge in anti-government protests in July.
IAEA chief crosses checkpoint outside Ukraine's Zaporizhzhia.
Did you know you can buy a multi-million-pound house via WhatsApp? Well, if you have an in with The Secret Agent. He joins In The City with stories of selling to London's super-rich.
Credit Suisse weighs cutting around 5,000 jobs - source.
Rain Financial, one of the Middle East's largest crypto exchanges, is laying off hundreds of employees in a fresh round of job cuts, sources say.
Take a look at these robots showcasing China's innovation in AI
Canadian mining entrepreneur Rob McEwen lands a big fish for his new copper unit, with a Rio Tinto Group venture set to take an almost 10% stake for $25 million.
Biden will argue Trump's supporters pose a threat to US democracy and the country's elections during his prime-time address Thursday.
Sony-Zee's $10 billion media play may face changes in India's antitrust review. Former CCI chair Ashok Chawla says review could lead to a detailed analysis, delaying approval. Lawyers said the deal may require structural, behavioral remedies.
The author of "Woke Inc." has started a fund to push back against the ESG movement.
The U.S. charges Oath Keepers lawyer with Jan. 6 conspiracy and obstruction.
EU officials remain skeptical about the benefits of a proposed gas pipeline connecting the Iberian Peninsula with the rest of Europe, despite the risk of further cut-offs by Russia.
Africa-focused e-commerce business Jumia plans to reach its customer base in remote and rural areas by partnering with Zipline, a San Francisco-based drone-delivery company.
First Eagle, which oversees $121 billion, is betting on a slew of wagers that benefit in case inflation stays high and also if it moderates.
Exxon, Shell close to selling California oil and gas venture Aera - sources.
Twitter will start offering an "edit tweet" feature to some users this month, the company says.
Lufthansa said it would do everything possible to minimize the effects of a pilots' strike due to begin Friday. A key union member said the strike would affect both passenger and cargo services.
A top lawyer with the Oath Keepers militia group has been arrested on charges that she participated in the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol and conspired to obstruct certification of the 2020 election.
Indian troops join Russian military exercises despite U.S. concerns.
SpaceX's NASA contract got a boost as the space agency ordered five more astronaut missions from Elon Musk's company.
Adani Enterprises becomes the second unit from billionaire Gautam Adani's ports-to-power empire to be included in one of India's key equity gauges.
The co-founder and chief investment officer of a UK-based hedge fund have been charged with scheming to manipulate the foreign exchange market.
Micron to invest $15 billion in a new U.S. manufacturing unit.
BlackRock's chief investment strategist says shares of oil and gas companies will continue to be a rare bright spot in an otherwise tough market.
South Africa's 21 teens who died in the tavern were suffocated, families told.
Colombia, the world's biggest producer of cocaine, is rethinking the war on drugs that it has waged for decades backed by US military aid. Here's what we know so far.
Stars including model Alessandra Ambrosio, 'Bridgerton' star Rege-Jean Page and two-time Cesar Award-winner Melanie Laurent signed autographs and posed for selfies with fans who amassed on the side of the red carpet at the Venice Film Festival
Skipping parenthood has a bigger payoff for women than men, new research shows.
A new comedy film called 'Honk for Jesus. Save Your Soul stars Sterling K. Brown as a disgraced pastor and Regina Hall as his wife.
What can you do to catch up on retirement savings? Here are a few ways to get started.
Biden confronts extremism at a perilous moment for the presidency, and country.
Gen Z is using TikTok to pull back the curtain on Wall Street.
U.S. allows Nvidia exports needed to develop flagship AI chip.
Montenegro is getting support from the US and other NATO allies in fending off cyberattacks against its information systems and electronic services at a time of political turmoil.
Wall Street slides for a fifth straight day on rate hike jitters.
Turkey's central bank is holding a record amount of dollar bills in its coffers.
U.S. officials ordered Nvidia to halt sales of two top computing chips, used in artificial intelligence work, to China.
Andrew Sheets, Morgan Stanley's chief cross-asset strategist, says he doesn't see a currency crisis but the UK is facing a challenging economic situation.
U.S. sought records on Binance CEO for crypto money laundering probe.
Brazilian butt lifts are among the deadliest cosmetic procedures. Florida is trying to fix that.
Microsoft's $69 bln Activision deal could harm competition, UK says.
August was a bad month for fires in the Amazon rainforest.
India develops its first cervical cancer vaccine.
More than half of Americans may have never had Covid and scientists want to study them.
Don't work in "lonely home silos", Jefferies CEO tells staff.
The unnamed CEO of a publicly traded company was the victim of a catfishing scheme that targeted wealthy, high-profile men, federal prosecutors say.
Goodbye to Birkins; Malaysia's former first lady could join husband Najib in jail.
The head of the largest US trade-union federation said that moves by Starbucks and Amazon against their workers' attempts to organize show why labor reform is necessary.
Zambia won International Monetary Fund approval for a $1.3 billion, 38-month loan program, a crucial step in the southern African country's quest to restructure its debts and rebuild a ravaged economy.
Hong Kong International Airport has conducted a trial run of a major surge in passenger arrivals, in one of the clearest signs yet the finance hub could soon further relax Covid curbs.
Poland puts its WW2 losses at $1.3 trillion and demands German reparations.
Computer sales are faltering, short sellers are ramping up bets against semiconductor stocks and the US is tightening export restrictions. For the chip sector, the outlook just keeps getting darker.
Canada's Conservatives set to embrace populism to take on Trudeau.
Venture capital has lessons for cities, and local leaders in Bogota, Helsinki, and Singapore are paying attention.
Clashes in Iraq's Basra kill four as crisis flares in the oil-rich south.
Cathie Wood's fans turned tail last month, pulling out the most money from her flagship fund Ark Innovation ETF in nearly a year as it continues to flounder.
Times have changed and Bollywood, a cultural pillar of modern India, is losing its allure at a time when online streaming is giving it tough competition.
The biggest drop in math and reading scores in two decades has hit Black and Hispanic students hardest.
Your favorite TV shows that have sex scenes are probably employing an intimacy coordinator. Here's what they do, and why they're necessary.
Durex maker Reckitt announces surprise CEO departure.
Inflation may be grabbing all the headlines But the crumbling pound is threatening to make things even bleaker for the UK's economy this winter, with some forecasters suggesting sterling could soon fall to $1.05, a 37-year low.
China says automakers must have licenses for mapping data in smart cars.
Abu Dhabi's stock market hires former Bank of America Managing Director Kay French as a key adviser, sources say.
U.S. export ban on some advanced AI chips to hit China tech majors.
Latin American e-commerce retailer and fintech provider MercadoLibre Inc. has tapped Brazil's local debt market for 1 billion reais ($193 million) as it seeks to fund its largest investment plan for the nation yet.
A U.S. House of Representative committee said it reached an agreement with Donald Trump and accounting firm Mazars USA on handing over some of the former president's financial records.
Most of New York City's electric car chargers are in Manhattan, but the majority of Uber and Lyft drivers live in the outer boroughs. That's making it harder to convince them to go electric.
As energy costs soar for businesses, a London pub fears financial ruin - and indefinite closure - is on the horizon.
The prospect of the pound hitting parity versus the dollar is becoming ever less outlandish.
GM's Cruise unit recalls and revises self-driving software after the crash.
Republicans aren't seeing as many big checks from one of their most generous benefactors. That's creating a financial hole for the GOP.
General Motors' startup unit Cruise said it had recalled and updated software in 80 self-driving vehicles after a June crash in San Francisco that left two people injured.
The number of fires in Brazil's Amazon rainforest hit a five-year high last month surpassing the blazes of August 2019 that drew global attention thanks to a surge in illegal deforestation
Zookeepers at the Santa Barbara Zoo are taking extra steps to keep their animals cool, as California heads into a heatwave
EU regulator backs Omicron-adapted COVID shots.
Four Chinese megacities have been locked down in 2022 so far.
Rosmah Mansor, wife of former Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak, was sentenced to 10 years in prison and fined over $216 million on charges of bribery. The Kuala Lumpur High Court verdict came days after Najib was also jailed for corruption.
With the economy so hard to read, the Fed should commit to restoring low inflation but make no promises about what this will require.
Ford recalls 198,000 U.S. SUVs due to the risk of fire.
These 30-something "millennials" have a plan to boost oil production by 10% next year in West Texas.
Art should trump business in any debate over the future of cinema, U.S. actor Julianne Moore said as she took charge of the jury at the Venice Film Festival.
A South African court denies Shell's bid to conduct an oceanic seismic survey along the country's east coast.
Top Russian oil official dies after falling from hospital window - sources.
The ECB's chief services officer is leaving well before the end of his second term in the most senior unscheduled departure since Christine Lagarde took over as president.