Jack Dorsey’s payments company Block (formerly Square) is going to start mining for bitcoin.
Ford Motor’s market value topped $US100 billion ($137b) for the first time ever as the automaker’s stock hit a new 52-week high Thursday.
The metaverse, which requires a massive amount of computing power, is set to benefit global chipmakers— but other tech-related industries could also gain from it, analysts say.
Tesla co-founder JB Straubel, founder and chief executive of battery-recycling company Redwood Materials, has good news and bad news for those who believe electric vehicle sales are primed to take off.
CNBC’s Andrea Day joins Shep Smith to report that some investors are paying millions of dollars for plots of land that don’t exist in the real world, but the do in the metaverse.
Crocs said Monday it sees sales in 2021 climbing about 67 per cent from 2020, more than it previously anticipated.
CNBC’s Ylan Mui joins Shep Smith to report on the Great Resignation and how women are leaving the workforce to start their own businesses.
Despite losing some investor confidence amid continued Covid headwinds, Uber could be positioning itself for a comeback in 2022, analysts say.
One of China’s healthiest real estate developers has reportedly defaulted, a sign of how more pain is ahead for the heavily indebted industry.
Creating hydrogen and transforming it into a useful format requires energy — and that energy is not necessarily renewable.
Warren Buffett’s out-of-character bet on Apple may end up being one of his winningest investments.
Apple briefly hit a market cap of $US3 trillion during intraday trading on Monday, before dropping back under the mark shortly afterwards. Apple broke the barrier when its share price hit $US182.86.
2022 is poised to be the biggest year yet for “the metaverse,” as Facebook parent Meta, Apple, Microsoft and Google gear up to release new hardware products and software services.
Andrea Day reports for ‘The News with Shepard Smith’ how young digital artists like Waheed Ahmadzai are making money through NFT art.
Paul Butler, startup founder and software consultant, joins ‘TechCheck’ to discuss why Butler believes play-to-earn gaming looks similar to Ponzi schemes and how these games affect the real world economy.
Heading into 2022, the 10 wealthiest individuals in the world are all worth more than $US100b ($137b), according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index.
This year’s supply chain crisis has hit companies hard as bottlenecks built up and industrial production failed to meet a post-pandemic spike in demand.
Dave Abner, Gemini global head of business development and Dan Dolev, Mizuho senior fintech analyst join ‘Fast Money’ to discuss the cryptocurrency growth and expectations in 2022.
Cathie Wood started the year as a bona fide superstar in the rarified world of active stock picking. She ends the year still a superstar, but some shine came off.
If the market is in an everything bubble, wealthy Americans are headed into 2022 saying they don’t really want much more — of anything, according to a recent CNBC survey of millionaires.
The biggest companies in the world only got bigger in 2021. Here’s how much businesses including Apple and Microsoft grew this year.
A number of four-legged robot dogs made by companies like Boston Dynamics, Anybotics and Ghost Robotics have been deployed in the workforce already for applications like inspections, security and public safety.
For the most part, Bill Gates is optimistic about 2022. But the billionaire Microsoft co-founder still has a few concerns heading into the coming year.
Jack Dorsey has been blocked on Twitter, the social media platform he co-founded, by renowned venture capitalist Marc Andreessen.
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