The U.S. needs 'bipartisan' leadership and a 'strong middle' politically, Ray Dalio says

The U.S. needs a "strong middle" and bipartisan cooperation as it gears up for its next presidential election in 2024, Ray Dalio believes.

Ray Dalio hails the Gulf's 'renaissance states' amid a period of 'greater disorder' globally

The Bridgewater Associates founder highlighted the United Arab Emirates specifically, speaking during a CNBC panel at Abu Dhabi Finance Week.

European tech funding halves to $45 billion, back to pre-Covid levels — but AI is a bright spot

Overall funding for European venture-backed companies is projected to decline 45% in 2023 from a year ago, according to VC firm Atomico.

SenseTime plunges after short seller alleges the Chinese AI firm inflated revenue

SenseTime said it believes Grizzly Research's report is "without merit and contains unfounded allegations and misleading conclusions and interpretations."

Shein files for U.S. IPO as fast-fashion giant looks to expand its global reach

Shein has confidentially filed to go public and could start trading on the public markets as soon as next year, people familiar with the matter said.

UK's Sunak snubs Greek PM at last minute amid ancient sculpture dispute

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak canceled a meeting with Greek counterpart Kyriakos Mitsotakis amid a diplomatic dispute about the Parthenon Sculptures.

Flying taxi firm Lilium receives EU approval for its electric jets

Air taxi firm Lilium has been granted EU approval to design and operate its electric vertical takeoff and landing vehicles globally.

Pack your jerseys. The era of 'sports tourism' is here

No longer content to watch games from home, sport fans are shelling out big money to attend events like F1 races, tennis matches and the Summer Olympic Games.

Binance founder Changpeng Zhao ordered by judge to stay in U.S. ahead of prison sentencing

A federal judge on Monday ordered Binance ex-CEO Changpeng Zhao to remain in the U.S. at least temporarily after his guilty plea last week.

The 'Korea discount': Value stock or value trap?

South Korea's stock market, despite being home to Asia's fourth largest economy, is often considered undervalued by analysts.

Treasury yields inch higher as investors consider economic outlook

U.S. Treasury yields were slightly higher on Tuesday as investors awaited economic data that could provide hunts about the path ahead for the economy.

Apple iPhone maker Foxconn to invest $1.5 billion in India as it looks to build beyond China

Hon Hai Precision Industries will invest $1.54 billion in an Indian subsidiary for "operational needs," and hire builders for a to-be-announced project.

Wells Fargo unveils 2024 target, warns of 'really, really sloppy' first half for stocks

Wells Fargo Securities' Chris Harvey sees a volatile path to his S&P 500 to 4,625 year-end target.

Tesla sues Swedish government after postal workers allegedly block license plate deliveries

Tesla filed a lawsuit against the Swedish Transport Agency on Monday.

UAE reportedly planned to use COP28 climate summit to lobby for oil and gas deals

COP28 will be held in Dubai, with scores of world leaders and government ministers from nearly 200 countries expected to attend.

This exchange is expanding its short-term options portfolio as 'zero-day' bets boom

Nasdaq launched new short-term options on asset classes like oil and bonds that expire on Wednesdays.

E-commerce stocks rally after Black Friday shoppers spend record online

Shares of e-commerce stocks such as Shopify, Etsy and Wayfair all surged Monday on strong Black Friday online sales and rosy projections for Cyber Monday.

TikTok owner ByteDance axes hundreds of jobs in gaming unit as it scales back ambition

Over the past few years, ByteDance has made an aggressive push into gaming in a bid to challenge other gaming giants like China's Tencent and NetEase.

Taiwan's presidential election is a three-way race. These are the parties vying to replace Tsai Ing-Wen.

The outcome of this election will likely influence testy U.S.-China ties and impact security in the broader Asia-Pacific region.

Southeast Asia's first luxury hotel made from retired buses opens in Singapore — take a look inside

The Bus Collective is Southeast Asia's first resort hotel to repurpose 20 retired buses into luxury hotel rooms. These rooms will be open for stays in December.

Finnish startup Varjo launches new $3,990 mixed-reality headset to take on Apple, Microsoft

Finnish tech startup Varjo launched its newest headset Monday, the XR-4. It'll compete with similar headsets from the likes of Microsoft, and Apple.

iRobot shares plunge 17% after EU warns Amazon deal ‘may restrict competition’

The European Commission said it found that Amazon may have the ability to prevent or degrade iRobot rivals' access to its online site.

Coinbase CEO says crypto industry can turn the page after historic Binance settlement

The crypto industry can close the chapter on a litany of scandals after Binance was hit with a historic settlement, Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong told CNBC.

You can now lease a Rivian R1T electric pickup in select markets

Leasing has become a popular way for customers to try out an electric vehicle without any long-term commitment.

Goldman says 'shine is returning' for gold as investors ramp up bets on rate cuts

Goldman Sachs analysts said in a note Sunday that gold's "shine is returning."

Ukraine's push into Russian-occupied territory was bold — but a breakthrough is far from guaranteed

Hopes have risen that Ukraine could have made a small but key breakthrough in its six-month counteroffensive.

Bank of England needs reform, damning new report from lawmakers finds

The Economic Affairs Committee said the central bank risked a "democratic deficit" and that a lack of intellectual diversity had led to forecasting failures.

Nuclear's uncertain role in the shift away from fossil fuels is seen as critical and very contentious

Nuclear power is set to be a hot topic during discussions at COP28 in Dubai, which begins next week.

I talked to 263 of the world’s longest-living people—their 9 'non-negotiables' for a long, happy life

Dan Buettner has spent 20 years traveling the world and studying the longest-living people. Based on his interviews and research, people who live to 100 or longer follow these non-negotiable rules.

CNBC Daily Open: Are chip wars starting to bite?

Nvidia is reportedly delaying a new artificial intelligence chip for China that has been designed to comply with U.S. export restrictions.