Security concerns from the war in Ukraine to China's aggression in the Far East has prompted U.S. arms sales to surge by nearly 50 percent during the 2022 fiscal year.
China clapped back at U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen after she accused Beijing of being a debt reform 'barrier' for Africa and told Washington to 'cope with its own debt problem.'
Microsoft co-founder turner philanthropist Bill Gates said he is hopeful that fake meat products will eventually be a "very good" option for consumers even though the share of products on the market are small.
Billionaire landlord and Citadel CEO Ken Griffin urged New York City Mayor Eric Adams to fix crime and keep businesses from leaving the Big Apple.
A former nurse practitioner for CVS claimed she had been discriminated against for her religious beliefs in a lawsuit filed against the company Wednesday after she had been fired for refusing to prescribe birth control.
The FTX collapse has left the cryptocurrency world reeling and former brand ambassador Tom Brady held over 1 million shares before it filed for bankruptcy.
The price of Russia's flagship Urals crude oil has taken a hit following strict international bans and sold below $50 a barrel Tuesday, well below the global benchmark set by Brent Crude which sold for $80 a barrel.
Russian President Vladimir Putin accused the West of "robbery" operating under the guise of international sanction as penalties bite Moscow's economy.
Canada has revoked a temporary sanction waiver issued to allow repairs to the Nord Stream pipeline and said Putin showed no intention of getting the pipeline back up and running.