Asiana Airlines passenger opens plane door during South Korea flight
All passengers survive after man opens emergency door as Asiana Airlines plane lands in South Korea Friday. Some passengers received medical attention after fainting.
Davos Highlights: Intel CEO, Larry Summers, Dan Yergin and Sen. Manchin
Concern about a recession, rising competition with China, runaway inflation, and decoupling economically in an increasingly divided world dominated the week.
Bank of America CEO sees 'mild recession' in 2023
Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan gives his economic outlook on 'WSJ at Large with Gerry Baker.'
Pat Gelsinger on semiconductor chips: 'Critical to every aspect of human existence'
Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger provides insight into the importance of boosting semiconductor chip production in the United States to help take on digital power against China on 'Maria Bartiromo's Wall Street.'
Ian Bremmer: Davos participants understand globalization is changing structurally
Eurasia Group President Ian Bremmer reveals what was discussed in the Davos World Economic Forum, the risks in the world economy for 2023 and the United States' relations with China on 'WSJ at Large.'
Larry Summers warns the Fed risks 1970s-style crisis if it pauses inflation fight
The Federal Reserve needs to remain steadfast in its fight against inflation or risk plunging the economy into a 1970s-style crisis, Larry Summers said.
Energy expert urges US independence, says security must be ‘back on the agenda’
S&P Global Vice Chairman Daniel Yergin argues America has "taken for granted" its energy independence, warning "another problem" in natural resource supply is coming.
Energy security 'is back on the agenda,' 'cannot be assumed away': Daniel Yergin
S&P Global Vice Chairman Daniel Yergin says America has taken for granted 'the big revolution' in energy independence.
What is the cost of war in Ukraine?
Fox News contributor Brett Velicovich, Deputy Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Rostyslav Shurma and Maria Bartiromo visit the Ukraine House in Davos and discuss the cost of war from the invasion of Ukraine.
World Economic Forum decries Big Tech, 'addictive' social media
'Woke Inc.' author Vivek Ramaswamy gives his take on the World Economic Forum and Big Tech's restrictions on free speech on 'The Evening Edit.'
For CEOs at Davos, efficient, profitable operations take center stage
Executives at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, said they needed new tech to help trim costs, increase profitability, and improve efficiency.
Home Depot co-founder warns the 'woke generation' is ignoring the economy's 'bottom line'
Home Depot co-founder Bernie Marcus calls out the "woke" generation fueling a "socialistic society" instead of focusing on improving the economy's "bottom line."
Bank of America's Brian Moynihan warns against 'wealth effect' that could feel like 2007-08
Bank of America Chairman and CEO Brian Moynihan discusses how a mild recession could impact housing, labor and energy sectors from the World Economic Forum.
Brian Moynihan on economy, energy independence: 'Capitalism will solve these problems'
Bank of America Chairman and CEO Brian Moynihan discusses industry layoffs, Federal Reserve trajectory and investing in innovation from the World Economic Forum.
US is fueling job growth opportunities for nurses, software developers, logistics: Becky Frankiewicz
ManpowerGroup Chief Commercial Officer Becky Frankiewicz details her employment outlook for the U.S. in the new year.
Larry Summers says he’s ‘still cautious’ but has a ‘little bit more hope’ about economy
Former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers said in a Bloomberg interview posted Wednesday that the "situation does look a bit better" for the U.S. economy.
Elon Musk hasn't been invited to World Economic Forum in years, organizers claim
Organizers of the World Economic Forum say billionaire Elon Musk has not been invited to the elite gathering in Davos for years, claiming the Tesla CEO has been snubbed since 2015.
Global economy heading into 'eye of Category 5 hurricane,’ UN secretary-general warns
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres unpacks numerous factors setting the global economy on track for a slowdown or potential recession at Davos 2023.
A 'somber mood' in Davos over recession fears: R 'Ray' Wang
F/m Investments Chief Investment Officer Alex Morris and Constellation Research CEO R 'Ray' Wang discuss concerns about a global recession, a jump in consumer sentiment in January, and preview the financial markets ahead of earnings.
Global economy ‘plagued by a perfect storm’: Antonio Guterres
United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres outlines the “perfect storm” plaguing the global economy and shares what the U.N. is doing to help at Davos 2023.