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Electrode maker De Nora 'not scared' about volatility as it braves IPO

"It was the right time for us ... we are not scared about the current market turbulences," CEO Paolo Dellacha told CNBC.

As Klarna and Affirm falter, a new breed of 'buy now, pay later' startups are stealing the spotlight

Venture capitalists are betting a new breed of startups from Europe will be the real winners in the crowded "buy now, pay later" space.

One of the most prominent crypto hedge funds just defaulted on a $670 million loan

Prominent crypto hedge fund Three Arrows Capital has defaulted on a loan for more than $670 million.

Amazon plans two Prime shopping events this year, with second one in Q4

Amazon is increasingly looking beyond Prime Day to drum up sales and attract new members to its discount club.

UiPath to cut 5% of its workforce as part of restructuring plan

UiPath will reduce roughly 5% of its total workforce as a part of the company's restructuring plan

Some tech leaders are turning layoffs, hiring freezes into opportunity

Layoffs and hiring freezes are providing access to top talent in a tight labor market, a majority of senior tech executives responding to a CNBC survey say.

Trump SPAC deal threatened by federal criminal probe

A federal criminal investigation is threatening the proposed merger between former President Donald Trump's social media enterprise and a SPAC.

CEO of $4.8 billion fintech Wise faces investigation over tax breach

The probe could have significant ramifications for Wise and its chief executive.

Tencent wants to be foreign automakers' go-to company for tech in China's electric car market

Chinese internet giant Tencent wants to sell technology which the company says will help foreign automakers that want to sell cars in China's EV market.

El Salvador's $425 million bitcoin experiment isn't saving the country's finances

The government's crypto coffers have been cut in half, bitcoin adoption nationwide isn't really taking off, and the country has big upcoming debt payments.

Fierce local battles over power lines are a bottleneck for clean energy

The deployment of renewable energy, like wind and solar, is being hamstrung by the United States' dysfunctional and dilapidated network of power lines.

Tech hiring slowdown not happening, recruiters say

The tech industry remains "desperate" for talent as it continues to grow despite recession fears.

Meet the architect helping tech companies like Intuit redesign offices for hybrid work

Clive Wilkinson designed the Googleplex, now he’s helping build workplaces that accommodate the needs of hybrid work.

Google memo on end of Roe v. Wade says employees may apply to relocate 'without justification'

When the ruling first leaked, Google said it would provide travel benefits for employees seeking abortion care out of state.

Tech leaders react to Roe v. Wade reversal

Noteworthy tech executives spoke out against Friday's Supreme Court ruling overturning Roe v. Wade, which established the constitutional right to abortion.

Apple responds to Roe v. Wade rollback, company benefits cover out-of-state travel for reproductive care

Apple employees with benefits can travel out-of-state to receive medical care, the company confirmed on Friday.

Disney, Apple and Amazon keep waiting as NFL considers Sunday Ticket offers

The NFL must choose between offers for Sunday Ticket as streamers wait for a decision.

Disney tells employees it will provide ‘comprehensive access’ for reproductive care

Disney told employees it will help pay for pregnancy-related care if they have to travel to a different state after the Supreme Court's Roe v. Wade decision.

$100 million worth of crypto has been stolen in another major hack

Hackers have stolen $100 million in cryptocurrency from Horizon, a so-called blockchain bridge developed by crypto start-up Harmony.

Mark Zuckerberg envisions a billion people in the metaverse spending hundreds of dollars each

Zuckerberg is happy with the progress of Meta Platforms' Quest 2 headset. Now he has a big goal for 2030 that involves a user base spending meaningfully.

Roe v. Wade overturned: Here's how tech companies and internet users can protect privacy

The Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade has raised questions about whether and how tech companies should protect data of users seeking abortions.

Zendesk to be acquired by investor group for $10.2 billion

The company will go private once the deal closes.

The race to make green hydrogen competitive is on. And Europe is building industrial-scale electrolyzers to help

Siemens Energy and Air Liquide have announced plans to focus on the production of "industrial scale renewable hydrogen electrolyzers in Europe."

TikTok-owner ByteDance's aggressive mobile gaming push is paying off as player spending grows

ByteDance has looked to aggressively expand into mobile gaming, an area that Tencent and NetEase have dominated in China.

Musk says Tesla's factories in Berlin and Texas are 'gigantic money furnaces'

Tesla's factories in Texas and Berlin are losing "billions of dollars" as supply chain issues hamper the firm's ability to boost production, CEO Elon Musk said.

Intel warns Ohio factory could be delayed because Congress is dragging its feet on funding

Intel's Ohio factory was announced in January and would be the most significant expansion of U.S.-based semiconductor manufacturing in years.

BMW opens $2.2 billion EV plant in China as it ramps up challenge to Tesla, domestic players

BMW has officially opened its new 15 billion yuan ($2.2 billion) factory in Shenyang, China with a strong focus on electric vehicles.

How Twilio has made it easier for Nike and Uber to chat with you

Cloud communications company Twilio aimed to disrupt the way companies connected to customers digitally, a trend that has only boomed due to the pandemic.

Exxon Mobil is at a crossroads as climate crisis spurs clean energy transition

In this CNBC documentary special, David Faber explores whether Exxon Mobil is serious about taking on global warming and how its actions match its words.

Amazon to invest $23 million to increase Seattle's affordable housing

Amazon said Thursday that it's giving minority-led organizations $23 million to build and preserve more than 560 affordable homes in Seattle.