CNBC’s Steve Sedgwick is joined by Bob Dudley, former CEO at BP, Angela Wilkinson, secretary general at the World Energy Council, Hela Cheikhrouhou, a regional vice president at the IFC, and Schneider Electric’s Walid Sheta for a discussion panel entitled “The energy transition: Is there a united front?”
The late 2023 rally in stocks like Affirm is thanks to consumers leaning harder on the delayed payment option, but fundamental headwinds remain.
Nikki Haley’s big donors saw the Republican debate as a test of whether she could maintain enough momentum to take on frontrunner Donald Trump.
“This is the proudest and happiest I’ve ever felt, and the most creatively fulfilled and free I’ve ever been,” Swift told Time, which announced its cover Wednesday.
CNBC’s Steve Sedgwick speaks to Hubert Keller, senior managing partner at Lombard Odier, Henry Fernandez, CEO at MSCI, Jennifer Holmgren, the CEO of LanzaTech, and José Manuel Entrecanales Domecq, CEO of ACCIONA, on a discussion panel entitled “Investing in the future: How do we bridge the finance gap?”
Washington’s stated unconditional backing of Israel has been a longstanding pillar of its Middle East foreign policy.
Carly DeFelice keeps her grocery bill low by planning meals in advance and meticulously sticking to her list.
Amazon CEO Andy Jassy sits down with ‘Mad Money’ host Jim Cramer to talk all things Amazon including Prime offerings, AI investing, Amazon Web Services and much more.
Liberty Media’s Formula One remains underappreciated by investors, says TD Cowen.
Billionaire Charlie Munger wanted his kids to hold onto 3 parenting lessons ‘until their 100th birthdays’
Billionaire businessman Charlie Munger shared the “great” life and career lesson that his father taught him as a young kid—and what he taught his own children.