Just a day after the United States and China signed a phase 1 trade deal, The US Department of Agriculture released a report that delivers another optimistic message to US farmers: Chinese demand for pork is likely to boost the US pork markets in 2020.
The United Kingdom made history last year when it became the first major economy to commit to pumping no more greenhouse gases into the atmosphere than it removes by 2050.
The Capitol Hill press corps on Friday rallied behind Manu Raju, CNN's senior congressional correspondent, after Republican Sen. Martha McSally of Arizona insulted him on Thursday.
Universal kicked off 2020 with a big box office win thanks to "1917" — the award-winning World War I drama. The film not only dethroned "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker" from the top of the box office, but it helped Universal cleanse itself after the catastrophe of "Cats," which ended the s…
20th Century Fox is an icon of Hollywood history. Its epic fanfare title card has appeared in front of "The Sound of Music," "Star Wars" and other major films over the past 85 years. But in 2020, that name is no more.
High Style Brewing had big expansion plans for its cannabis business. But it hit a major snag: Its name wasn't legal in Nevada.
Americans are in the market to buy houses again. New home construction rose nearly 17% in December, soaring to a level not seen since before the financial crisis.
More than 100 Teslas have been involved in accidents because they accelerated unintentionally, according to a complaint filed with federal safety regulators.
Nestlé is adding vegan sausages to its lineup of imitation meat products, as the world's largest food company moves to secure its position in the booming market for plant-based foods.
Not long ago, traveling to another city generally meant selecting a hotel to spend the night. But then Airbnb made it fashionable to stay in people's luxury villas, city-center condos, rustic cabins and any number of unique accommodations around the world.
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Economic journalists will no longer be able to bring their electronic devices --including their laptops --- when they arrive early at the Labor Department to write stories on the country's employment and other data.
Reporters on Capitol Hill are facing a security crackdown that limits their ability to question US Senators during the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump.
The exclusive $1 trillion club on Wall Street just got a new member. Shares of Google parent company Alphabet hit a new all-time high Thursday, pushing the company's market value to $1 trillion in the process.
Jewelry retailer Signet's stock climbed about 40% on Thursday after the company reported surprisingly strong year-over-year holiday sales growth and raised its guidance.
American stocks continue to power on to new all-time highs this year. But could the Wall Street bull finally be ready to pass the rally baton to other markets around the globe?
Payless ShoeSource said Thursday that it emerged from bankruptcy for a second time with its international stores intact and a goal of returning to the United States.
You're forgiven if you thought the trade war between the US and China ended Wednesday. The president, in front of a crowded room filled with business leaders and his favorite TV hosts, declared trade victory.
The streaming field is becoming increasingly crowded and consumers have more choices than ever if they're willing to pay for them. So what better way to stand out from your competitors than by giving away your streaming service free? That seems to be NBCUniversal's play with Peacock, the str…
Food companies trying to reduce their consumption of plastic have a big problem — it's hard to find suitable recycled material. Nestlé says it's willing to spend more than $2 billion to try and fix that.
TikTok, the short-form video app popular among Gen Z and best known for its viral dance challenges, is the No. 1 entertainment app on Apple's App Store. But publishers have seized on it for a different reason: They're posting explainers and fact-checks pegged to the news. Sometimes they're d…
Bose is significantly shrinking the number of retail stores it operates because of the "dramatic shift" to online shopping, the company said in a statement.
American Outdoor Brands, owner of gunmaker Smith & Wesson, replaced its CEO for engaging in misconduct that the company described as "inconsistent with a non-financial company policy."
Japan's Environment Minister Shinjiro Koizumi has announced that he will take paternity leave when his first child is born this month, an unusual step in a country where new fathers rarely take time off from work.
More than 7.8 million people tuned in for Tuesday night's Democratic debate on CNN, according to Nielsen TV ratings and digital streaming data.
It's the middle of January. That probably means you are still trying to stick to your New Year's resolutions. And if you're like many people, losing weight, eating healthier and getting to the gym more often are probably some of your top 2020 goals.
The United States has signed a partial trade agreement with China. But that doesn't mean simmering conflicts and uncertainty over trade won't drag down the global economy this year.
American politics is the biggest threat facing the world in 2020 and the looming presidential election will stress the country's institutions, influence economic and foreign policy and further divide an already polarized electorate, with potentially huge consequences for the climate, busines…