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Saudi Arabia's inclusion on European terror finance risk list could threaten Vision 2030 investment

The move highlights a new willingness by lawmakers to more intensely scrutinize Saudi compliance with international conventions and withdraw privileges that the kingdom has enjoyed until now.

Amazon says it will not build a headquarters in New York

Amazon said it does not have plans to reopen the search for a replacement location.

Theresa May faces another round of Brexit votes as impasse drags on

The U.K. Parliament will undertake a series of non-binding votes focused on the progress of Brexit.

China to reportedly boost purchases of US semiconductors to alleviate trade tensions

China is promising to buy semiconductors in an attempt to alleviate trade tensions with the U.S., according to the Wall Street Journal.

'Insane,' 'racketeering' and 'reckless': Russia's reactions to tougher US sanctions

Russia has rebuked proposals from U.S. senators for tougher sanctions on its banking and energy sectors, with Kremlin officials calling them "insane."

Bitcoin trading in crisis-stricken Venezuela has just hit an all-time high

The amount of bitcoin traded in crisis-stricken Venezuela has exploded to reach an all-time high.

Pompeo urges new era of cooperation in Middle East meeting

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo called on Thursday for a new era of cooperation on the Middle East and said no country could afford to stay on the sidelines in tackling regional challenges such as

Investor Tom Barrack apologizes after arguing America has committed 'worse' atrocities than Khashoggi killing

Speaking to an audience while at the Milken Institute Summit in Abu Dhabi this week, the Colony Capital founder refuted criticism of the kingdom over the murder of the Saudi journalist.

Innovative wave technology could be used to provide homes with low-cost energy

The U.K. is home to a number of interesting marine based renewable energy projects.

Ant Financial agrees to buy UK-based currency exchange WorldFirst

Chinese consumer finance giant Ant Financial has agreed to acquire UK-based currency exchange WorldFirst, an Ant Financial spokeswoman said on Thursday.

Airbus is spending tens of millions on Brexit preparations, CEO says

The aerospace firm generates around £6 billion of turnover in the U.K. and has more than 14,000 employees in Britain.

UK growth won't hit the Bank of England's target and it could cut rates this year, economist says

ING's chief economist and head of research for Asia-Pacific based these predictions on the state of the current negotiations between Britain and the EU, and how the U.K. economy is "looking quite bad

IBM announces partnerships to monitor worker safety

Wearable tech will play a big role in the collaborations.

Britain's Prince Philip, 97, will not be prosecuted over car crash

Queen Elizabeth's 97-year-old husband Prince Philip will not face prosecution after a car crash last month that injured two women, Britain's Crown Prosecution Service said on Thursday.

JP Morgan rolls out first US bank-backed cryptocurrency to transform payments business

Engineers at the lender have created the "JPM Coin," a digital token that will be used to instantly settle transactions in its wholesale payments business.

Tesla introduces 'Dog Mode' to keep your pets from getting too hot

Tesla officially introduced a new feature on Thursday called "Dog Mode" that aims to keep owners' pets comfortable while left unattended in the vehicle.

Apple lost its patent spat with Qualcomm in Germany, and will change how it sells the iPhone there

Apple said Thursday that it will resume selling older iPhone models in its stores in Germany.

The $1.28 engagement ring and other Valentine's Day marketing tactics

Valentine's Day is a celebration of love and romance — and a great opportunity for marketers to create publicity for their brands. CNBC takes a look at some of the weird and wonderful Valentine's

Trump demands California return $3.5 billion in funds for state's 'disaster' bullet train project

President Donald Trump late Wednesday demanded California return the $3.5 billion it received from the federal government for a "disaster" high-speed rail project.

A US-China trade deal may not be the catalyst the market is expecting

Market strategists and policymakers are putting too much emphasis on a trade deal between the United States and China, and it's quite likely that whatever is agreed will disappoint.