Baidu Inc. News
Tesla Will Envy the Permit That Baidu Just Received
Baidu gets regulatory approval to provide driverless passenger rides to the public on open roads in Beijing. That's likely to catch Tesla CEO Elon Musk's attention.
Alibaba, China Stocks Rise; Government Said to Mull Easing Regulations
China’s tight regulation of its technology sector over the past year has hurt Chinese tech stocks listed in the U.S.
Alibaba Skids, Along with Other US-Listed China Stocks
Several factors combined to cause Chinese stocks to slip, as they continued their downturn of more than a year.
Sony and Honda Have a Plan That Tesla, GM and Ford Won't Like
The two Japanese giants have ambitions to disrupt an industry highly coveted by American automakers.
Tech Stocks Roundup: Wage Wars at Apple; plus, Crypto's Trust Troubles
Check out the latest news and performance numbers from the top technology and MMANG stocks like Amazon, Apple, Nvidia, Google, Microsoft, Intel, Roblox and more.
Cramer's Mad Money Recap 1/4: Deere & Co., Okta, Ford, Boeing
Jim Cramer says if a company doesn't make real things and have real profits, the risk of big losses is high.
Tech Stocks Roundup: Facebook Tops Distrust Ranking Among Users
Check out the latest news and performance numbers from the top technology and FAANG/MAMAA stocks like Apple, Amazon, Google, Microsoft, and more.
Chinese Tech Giant Baidu Joins Nike, Coinbase Others in the Metaverse
The Beijing company unveiled a version of its metaverse allowing users to interact with their digital form and visit virtual locations on its app XiRang.
Johnson & Johnson Stock Lower After Unveiling End To Global Baby Powder Sales In 2023
Johnson & Johnson, which began selling Baby Powder in 1894, will end all sales of the talc-based product next year.
Apple Stock Edges Higher After Report Indicates iPhone Demand Confidence
Apple is asking assemblers to put together 220 million iPhones this year, Bloomberg reported, a tally that largely matches 2021 levels.
Rivian Stock Higher As 2022 Production Hopes Offset $5.45 Billion Loss Forecast
"The supply chain continues to be the limiting factor in our production rates but we remain confident in our ability to achieve our target," said CFO Claire McDonough.