Personalized coffees, "prestige" skincare and "elevated" spreads: companies are focusing on premium products — and consumers seem to love it.
Investment into real estate fell at a faster pace in July than June, while investment into manufacturing slowed its pace of growth.
Tourism revenue and numbers in China hit a trough in the first half of 2022 and fell by nearly half compared to before the pandemic struck, Fitch Ratings said.
With Americans already paying huge bills for food, energy and a host of other items in their daily lives, any respite is a welcome one.
Tesla and SpaceX CEO said he has a "terrible habit" of checking his phone immediately after he wakes up. He wants to swap the habit for a workout routine.
Exploring the world while working remotely is an experience “like no other,” tech CEO Jesse Schoberg says, but it’s not without its challenges.
Sri Lanka is facing the worst economic collapse in its modern history. Many experts believe the country's story is a warning sign for emerging markets.
"Congrats Giga Shanghai on making millionth car! Total Teslas made now over 3M," Musk tweeted.
Choosing between Apple's MacBooks — the 2020 MacBook Air, the 2022 MacBook Air and MacBook Pro — depends on how much processing power you need and your budget.
The FBI's search warrant served at Trump's Mar-a-Lago home highlights three statutes that hint at possible multiyear sentences.
The U.S. disputed claims that a forthcoming visit by Chinese President Xi Jinping to Saudi Arabia signals America's waning influence in the Middle East.
Saudi oil giant Aramco reported a stunning 90% surge in second quarter net income and record half year results on Sunday.
Jain had battled cancer for several years, according to his family.
Samsung's mobile business head said that its foldable phones are convincing consumers to switch to Samsung from other brands.
It may be time for the Federal Reserve to revive the word "transitory" after all.
Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei released figures Friday that showed its first quarterly increase in revenue since 2020.
High-end luxury brands are reporting strong sales even as retailers catering to more mainstream customers cite a pullback in consumer spending.
Your iPhone can easily identify any song that's playing with just one tap. Here's how to set it up.
The FBI seized multiple sets of records marked top secret from former President Donald Trump's resort home Mar-a-Lago, a search warrant unsealed Friday shows.
Ever wonder how narcissists are created? It all starts with family dynamics during childhood. Neuroscientist and parenting expert Cody Isabel explains what mistakes parents should avoid to raise emotionally intelligent, well-rounded and empathetic kids.
The bill's passage will mark a major win for Democrats and President Joe Biden less than three months before the pivotal midterm elections.
A CEO has sparked a major debate online after posting a selfie of himself crying on LinkedIn following layoffs he made at his company.
For many investors and analysts, this ordeal brings back memories of the Bayer Roundup saga.
Should you buy a home right now? Real estate expert Grant Cardone says yes—but only "if you can afford to waste money." Owning a home isn't always a great investment, especially during times of rising inflation and high home prices. Here's why the self-made millionaire believes most people are better off renting.
The U.K. economy contracted in the second quarter of 2022, although by less than economists expected.
Peloton is slashing about 780 jobs, closing a significant number of its retail stores and hiking the prices of some of its equipment in a bid to be profitable.
Three kinds of businesses would suffer the most if China's real estate troubles persist, according to ratings agency Fitch.
Tiger 21 consists of 1,200 members with a cumulative $140 billion in assets, and individuals must have at least $20 million in liquid assets to qualify for membership.
A surge in Covid infections this month stranded tens of thousands of tourists at Hainan's oceanside resort city of Sanya.
Real estate investors are now being "careful and prudent" about deploying more capital in the face of growing economic uncertainty, said CapitaLand Investment.