Tesla's valuation has ballooned this year as shares continue their record climb.
The United States and Brazil accounted for half of the new daily coronavirus cases as countries across the globe struggle to contain their outbreaks, the World Health Organization said.
The proposed deal is anticipated to provide Fisker the necessary funding to bring its first product, the Fisker Ocean, to production in late 2022.
The retail sector's first-quarter operating income fell 57.7% compared to last year, marking the worst quarter on record.
"We have more co-morbid illness among young people in this country, more asthma, more obesity, more diabetes, so there is going to be higher risk with our school age population," former FDA chief Dr. Scott Gottlieb said.
In the counties being hardest hit by the surge in cases, Rubio said he believed extra precautions should be taken – but he did not suggest that those areas should wait longer to reopen their schools.
PepsiCo reported that quarterly revenue fell after fewer consumers bought its drinks at restaurants and convenience stores during the coronavirus pandemic.
Washington's NFL team announced it will no longer be called the team's name it previoulsy held since 1932.
New York & Co. parent company RTW Retailwinds announced Monday it had filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and plans to permanently close most, if not all, of its stores.
WHO is holding a briefing on the Covid-19 pandemic.
Dow futures rally even as U.S. coronavirus cases continue to spike. PepsiCo kicks off the earnings season.
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.
Chipotle Mexican Grill will test cauliflower rice as more consumers cut grains out of their diet.
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.
Investors are jumping back on board Carnival. Mark Newton of Newton Advisors breaks down the charts.
Sex workers in Germany are demanding the right to get back to work as the country's brothels remain closed.
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.
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.
As coronavirus surges nationwide, the White House aims to discredit health advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci. The infectious disease expert said, in January, the coronavirus was "not a major threat" and "not driven by asymptomatic carriers."