Washington's NFL team announced it will no longer be called the team's name it previoulsy held since 1932.
China announced sanctions against U.S. officials including two senators on Monday in retaliation against Washington's sanctions against senior Chinese officials over Beijing's treatment of minority Uighur Muslims.
Stocks rose, building on last week's strong performance, as investors looked past record numbers in coronavirus cases from the weekend.
U.S. semiconductor maker Analog Devices said on Monday it offered to buy Maxim Integrated Products, an industry peer, for $20.91 billion in an all-stock deal.
European stocks more broadly might not have enjoyed quite as buoyant a comeback as U.S. markets, but investors say there are unique characteristics which make a compelling investment case for the region in the recovery from the coronavirus crisis.
How and where the EU's recovery fund is spent could have a big impact on Europe's recovery from the pandemic, according to economists at Morgan Stanley.
Ubisoft used its Ubisoft Forward event Sunday to reveal more details about new games like "Far Cry 6" and "Assassin's Creed Valhalla."
Two experimental coronavirus vaccines by German biotech firm BioNTech and U.S. pharmaceutical giant Pfizer have received the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's 'fast track' designation, the companies said on Monday.
The global leadership vacuum during the coronavirus crisis is an "open door" for China to walk into, said Kevin Rudd, president of the Asia Society Policy Institute.
Kevin Mayer, who left Disney to become CEO of TikTok just months ago, has come under fire from White House trade advisor Peter Navarro, who also criticized the Chinese social media app's alleged data-collection practices.
The beauty industry was in the midst of big changes before the coronavirus pandemic and now the sector is also dealing with restrictions imposed after lockdowns.
It now expects MENA economies to contract 5.7% in 2020. In April, it predicted that the region would shrink 3.3% for the year.
Described as a "sex party company," Killing Kittens is set to raise £340,000 from a crowdfunding campaign, with half of the cash coming from the U.K. government.
Manchester City's two-year suspension from European football was overturned by the Court of Arbitration for Sport on Monday, allowing the club to compete in next season's Champions League.
Sex workers in Germany are demanding the right to get back to work as the country's brothels remain closed.
Poland's incumbent candidate Andrzej Duda has won a presidential election, results from 99.97% of polling stations showed early on Monday, a narrow victory that would allow the ruling nationalists to deepen their conservative reforms.
South Africa has reintroduced a ban on alcohol sales and imposed a nighttime curfew as it looks to curtail a rapid surge in new coronavirus cases.
A large majority of American companies in Hong Kong said they were concerned about the new national security law passed by China last month, a poll by the American Chamber of Commerce showed.
The U.S. has asked its citizens to "exercise increased caution" in China due to a "heightened risk of arbitrary detention" — a claim slammed by Chinese state-backed media Global Times as a "blatant distortion of truth."
Amid economic recession and uncertainty over China's National Security Law, global real estate firms are trying to get Hong Kong residents to buy abroad.