Aurora Cannabis denies reports it was in talks with a beverage company to produce cannabis-infused drinks.
Louisiana-based Henry Hub has emerged as the world's natural gas pricing benchmark. (Sponsored)
The European Union Chamber of Commerce in China says the issue can be easily resolved if Beijing opens up further, takes away market access barriers and conducts more economic reforms
As we approaching Sunday's OPEC meeting, it appears more oil is likely to come to market at a time when demand is showing signs of slowing.
FedEx's earnings were awful, and Wall Street should be on high alert after the transport giant's surprising report. DraftKings is looking at an IPO. And the trade war is here.
Signs are all around that Wall Street remains too upbeat. Here's why.
Even though UPS and FedEx advocate for lower trade barriers and free trade policies, the revenues from China are relatively small.
Self-ruled island's government offering 'the most effective' help for companies to move operations to Taiwan, ministers say
Without the $160 per share Elliott bid, Athenahealth's shares may suffer according to an RBC analyst.
Police bust syndicate said to be responsible for 13 online shopping scams by which con artists walked away with two Maserati Ghiblis and a BMW X5
Global stocks traded firmer Tuesday as investors reacted to White House plans to slap a smaller-than-expected levy of 10% on $200 billion worth of China-made goods.
The Chinese government could intervene to support its markets, but the charts suggests China's key stock index could decline further near term.
Gradual introduction of the duties will give businesses time to adjust and Beijing and Washington a chance to ease the conflict
The investment bank sees gaming revenues rising from US$60 billion in 2017 to almost US$200 billion by 2030, despite the impact of tighter regulation in China
Ubiquitous card is currently the only major form of cashless payment format offered for the MTR, trains, buses, tram and ferry services in Hong Kong - but all that could be about to change
"More than several" suburban swing districts could shift the balance to Democrats this fall, says former Obama adviser. (Sponsored)
Washington is no longer held captive by U.S. companies that want to feast off of China.
U.S. stock futures rise on Tuesday even after the White House slaps a levy of 10% on $200 billion worth of China-made goods; Oracle falls as cloud revenue misses expectations; Google teams with the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi carmaking alliance.
Visa and Mastercard shares traded lower in pre-market trading Tuesday after the credit card companies said they, as well as other defendants, will pay an extra $900 million to retailers in a settlement that would draw a line under a long-running antitrust lawsuit that ultimately cost the industry $6.2 billion.
Micron Technology is set to report fourth quarter results on September 20.
Analysts make their forecasts as newly expanded trade war raises questions about potential risk to Chinese economy
Kenneth She left the controversial company after four years, becoming chief executive of a medical and pharmaceutical arm of property conglomerate New World Development on Monday
Revised tariff list reflects lobbying efforts of various American industries
Global fund managers continue to favor U.S. stocks over equity markets around the world, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch's benchmark monthly survey, even as developments in Washington's trade war with Beijing create the most bearish outlook for the global economy in nearly seven years.
On succession planning, Ma said that his decision to step down was to ensure leadership renewal
U.S. consumer tech stocks were given a reprieve from President Donald Trump's decision to slap fresh tariffs on $200 billion worth of China-made goods, but the threat of a third phase of levies on a tech-heavy basket of products keeps a significant cloud of uncertainty over the market's most-valuable sector.
Death tolls are down but damage bills are up as population and development pressures leave the region more exposed to disaster
Beijing says it will take 'counter measures' after the US President slapped tariffs on a further US$200 billion worth of goods