China has tightened laws around data protection and collection with specific rules for automakers. Xpeng says the it has been focusing on data security.
The world economy could lose $2.3 trillion because of delayed vaccinations, with developing nations losing the most, the Economist Intelligence Unit said.
Energy stocks offer investors a unique opportunity right now, according to Cole Smead, president of Smead Capital Management.
"Congress never gave the CDC the staggering amount of power it claims," a group of landlords argued, NBC News reports.
App makers want to contact their customers directly to encourage them to pay directly and avoid Apple's App Store fees, which range from 15% to 30% of gross sales.
Japanese stocks have lagged their global peers this year — but three things could help push share prices higher in late August, according to JPMorgan.
The risk of rare blood clotting is significantly higher as a result of catching Covid-19 than it is from being vaccinated against the virus, a study has found.
The three major U.S. indexes closed Thursday's regular trading session lower with the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq Composite snapping five-day win streaks.
President Biden vowed to complete the evacuation of Americans and their allies after a terror attack near Kabul's airport killed a dozen U.S. service members.
Though cases have climbed to their highest level since January, the pace of the rise in new infections has substantially slowed over the last two weeks.