Luke Harding, journalist and author of "Collusion: Secret Meetings, Dirty Money, and How Russia Helped Donald Trump Win," explains why he believes Vladimir Putin may secretly be one of the richest people in the world. Luke Harding: My name is Luke Harding.
Tech venture capitalist Bill Gurley thinks Silicon Valley 'unicorns' are growing up and realising they need to be profitable. But he also said that recent tech IPOs like Snap Inc.'s will lead private unicorns to possibly delay going public out of fear. Silicon Valley's most valuable
Dave Lutz, head of ETFs at JonesTrading, has an overview of today's markets. US markets are green Friday morning. The US dollar is falling after Robert Mueller issued subpoenas to members of Trump's campaign. WTI oil is rising.
(Reuters) - Conservative frontrunner Sebastian Pinera and center-left Alejandro Guillier lead a crowded field of candidates in Chile's presidential election on Sunday, widely seen as a referendum on the reforms of outgoing President Michelle Bachelet. The following are the main policies supported
Saudi Arabians detained in last month's purge are reportedly being asked to hand over assets in order to be set free, the Financial Times reported. The move may be part of a drive to boost state coffers that have suffered as a result of low oil prices. LONDON -- Saudi Arabian authorities are reportedly
Norway's central bank has recommended that the Ministry of Finance remove oil and gas holdings from its $US1 trillion (£760 billion) sovereign wealth fund. "The return on oil and gas stocks has been significantly lower than in the broad equity market in periods of falling oil prices,"
London, New York and Hong Kong have been vying to woo the company. Worth an estimated £1.5 trillion ($US2 trillion), the company is preparing to publicly list about 5% of its shares in mid 2018, but the listing venue is as yet unspecified.
WeWork cofounder Miguel McKelvey no longer wants to discuss his company's valuation. Valuation does not come into the equation. WeWork reached its $US20 billion ($AU26.3 billion) valuation after raising $US760 million in a new Series G round of funding in July.
Game publisher EA has temporarily removed microtransactions from "Star Wars Battlefront 2," the flagship new "Star Wars" game launching on Friday. EA has temporarily backed off a controversial plan that players feared would give those who paid real money an unfair advantage in "
Shares of Splunk jumped as much as 12% in after-hours trading Thursday after the data analytics software maker's fiscal third-quarter results topped Wall Street's targets and the company gave a better-than-expected business forecast. Splunk's third-quarter revenue grew 34% from the same
Dave Lutz, head of ETFs at JonesTrading, has an overview of today's markets. US stocks are rising on Thursday after several days of declines. European and Asian markets also gain.
Somewhere in the political rhetoric is a reasonably good economic story, especially the drop in the jobless rate to its lowest level since early 2013.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Stocks around the world registered their longest losing streak in eight months on Wednesday as weaker oil prices weighed and the dollar came back from session lows after U.S. data boosted expectations of further Federal Reserve interest rate hikes.
Saudi Arabia has long maintained a social contract whereby citizens enjoy state subsidies and handouts in return for loyalty to the regime. This contract is increasingly unsustainable, as oil prices remain low, the population booms and the government's resources are depleted. LONDON -- On December
Commodities trader Glencore has offered Chad a grace period from principal repayments on a more than $1 billion cash-for-crude loan and extended the deadline for full repayment to 2025 from 2022, a letter seen by Reuters showed. The Central African nation is under pressure to restructure its Glencore
Twitter is reviewing all of its verified accounts and plans to remove verification from accounts that don't adhere to its new rules. Verified badges won't be given to any accounts until Twitter completely revamps its verification program. The company was met with backlash recently for verifying
SendGrid, the Denver-based startup responsible for sending 36 billion emails a month, completed a $US131 million IPO on Wednesday. With that, SendGrid has become the first company out of TechStars to go public and the second IPO of a company backed by Dave McClure's 500 Startups accelerator seed