The worst floods in a century in Kerala have killed 164 people and forced more than 200,000 into relief camps, officials said on Friday, with the toll expected to rise as heavy rain pushes water levels higher still.
Bearish bets have driven coffee futures down more than 17 percent since the start of the year.
Nvidia beat expectations for its fiscal second quarter, but revenue guidance for the next quarter was low.
Would Elizabeth Warren's advice to public companies help the Knicks win an NBA championship?
Martha Al-Bishara, 87, was carrying a knife to cut flowers and didn’t understand the officers’ orders, her family said.
Four Seasons' co-owners talk about the road to reopening the legendary restaurant.
Warren Buffett sold most of Berkshire Hathaway's long-time stake in Walmart stock back in 2016, citing pressure from Amazon and online retail. Walmart shares popped on earnings, but Buffett's investing concerns may still hold.
U.S.-China trade talks in August will likely be centered on the Chinese yuan, which has fallen almost 6 percent against the greenback so far this year.
For the start-ups, the pots of money are changing the normal way of building a tech company. They must move even faster, expand their ambitions and collect more investment money than ever — even if they might not be ready, the NYT reports.
"I wanted to be chosen, and I wanted somebody to see me or see my vision or see my business opportunity as [worthy]," Union says of her early career. But at 45 she realizes, "motherf—–, I'm worthy from birth."
Some of them now say they’re unlikely to ever vote again — regardless of if they’re completely eligible.
Bangladesh police arrested Riazul Islam as he was walking home from his in-laws’ house. At 3:15 a.m., he was shot dead in a sandy field beside a set of railroad tracks north of Dhaka.