Ransomware attack forces shutdown of largest fuel pipeline in the U.S.

Colonial Pipeline says it transports 45% of East Coast fuel supply.

A joke cryptocurrency has risen more than 26,000% in the last six months, outpacing nearly every other investment

Dogecoin prices continue to break new records. Here's how a meme-inspired cryptocurrency took on rivals bitcoin, ethereum, and binance coin.

Debris from a large Chinese rocket is expected to plunge to Earth this weekend

The debris from a Chinese rocket is expected to crash land back on Earth this weekend with experts trying to work out exactly when and where the remnants will touch down.

WHO approves Covid vaccine made by China's Sinopharm for emergency use

The new addition to the list could hasten efforts to control the spread of Covid, which has recently spread to record high infection levels in some countries.

A graduate from Oprah Winfrey?s school in South Africa just became the first to get a PhD

Lindiwe Tsope has become the first graduate of Oprah Winfrey's Leadership Academy for Girls in South Africa to be awarded a PhD.

Will summer see a ?travel window? before fall infections rise? Here's what medical experts say

Pope Francis backs Biden call to waive Covid vaccine patents

World Trade Organization leaders have recently urged member nations to come to an agreement on the potential vaccine patent waivers.

UK reveals 'green list' of nations England residents can visit quarantine-free

The U.K. has revealed the "green list" of countries that people in England will soon be allowed to visit without having to quarantine on their return.

Cathie Wood loves the setup for her stocks after sell-off, expects big returns from her strategies

"I love this setup," she said Friday on CNBC's "Closing Bell."

Inflation is the big challenge for markets and the Fed in the week ahead

After April's disappointing jobs report, market focus will shift squarely to inflation in the week ahead.

Cramer?s week ahead: The stock market can keep climbing 'now that the Fed remains our friend'

CNBC's Jim Cramer looks ahead to next week's major corporate earnings reports, which will include numbers from Disney, Alibaba and Coinbase.

Pfizer CEO opposes U.S. call to waive Covid vaccine patents, cites manufacturing and safety issues

Pfizer's CEO said the waiver proposal "will unleash a scramble for the critical inputs we require in order to make a safe and effective vaccine.'

What's next for Israel? 70% of Israelis see a fifth election happening

Six weeks after Israel's fourth election in less than two years, things are starting to feel a bit like Groundhog Day. 

Goldman Sachs internal memo unveils new cryptocurrency trading team

Goldman Sachs formally kicked off the cryptocurrency trading era on Wall Street.

The global chip shortage is starting to have major real-world consequences

The severity of the global chip shortage has gone up a notch over the last few weeks and it's now looking as though millions of people will be impacted. 

April's expected hiring boom goes bust as nonfarm payroll gain falls well short of estimates

Hiring was a huge letdown in April, with nonfarm payrolls increasing by a much less than expected 266,000 and the unemployment rate rose to 6.1%.

UK to offer under-40s alternative to AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine given rare blood clot concerns

A very small number of people who have been inoculated with the AstraZeneca vaccine have suffered blood clots.

Climate change is already impacting price stability, ECB's Lagarde says

Climate change is already impacting price stability and it will have an effect on monetary policy, European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde said Friday.

Adidas reports 150% sales hike in China despite local boycott over human rights

Adidas said sales in China grew by 156% over the first three months of the year, despite a boycott by consumers in mainland China.

Expect more Italian bank mergers in the coming months, CEO of Intesa Sanpaolo says

Intesa Sanpaolo CEO Carlo Messina said: "I think that in the next year, so within 12 months, there will be some M&A deal in the country."

WHO chief urges world to follow U.S. lead and support waiving Covid vaccine patent protections

WHO chief says he urges other countries to follow the example of the U.S. on supporting vaccine patent waivers.

Why demand is surging beyond the U.S. in the multibillion-dollar armed drone market

Companies in China, Turkey and Russia are increasingly producing armed drones, remotely piloted aircraft that can use guided weapons on and off the battlefield.

India?s worsening Covid crisis could spiral into a problem for the world

The South Asian country accounted for 46% of new coronavirus cases globally and one in every four deaths in the past week, said the World Health Organization.

Cryptocurrency investors should be prepared to lose all their money, Bank of England governor says

When asked about the rising value of cryptocurrencies, Bank of England Governor Andrew Bailey said: "They have no intrinsic value."

India reports over 400,000 daily cases for the third time in a week as second wave hammers country

Health ministry data released Friday showed there were 414,188 new cases over a 24-hour period, where at least 3,915 people succumbed to the disease.

Boris Johnson's Conservative Party wins new parliamentary seat in Labour stronghold

Jill Mortimer beat Labour's Paul Williams by nearly 7,000 votes, according to the count announced on Friday morning.

Siemens ups profit and sales guidance again citing 'good momentum'

Siemens CEO Roland Busch told CNBC Friday that the company has "good momentum" going into the second half of the fiscal year.

Germany's move to electric vehicles will affect thousands of workers, new study says

In some countries a transition to electric vehicles appears, slowly but surely, to be underway.

Why some tech workers are turning down jobs at TikTok

Negative reviews of TikTok on Glassdoor are putting some people off joining the company.

France's debt pile is surprisingly high ? but experts aren't worried

The second largest euro area economy predicts that its public debt ratio is likely to stand at 117.8% in 2021, and to fall only slightly to 116.3% in 2022.


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