Tesla shares have soared 22% in 2020 alone, catapulting the company's market capitalization to more than $90 billion and turbocharging a long-running war over the proper value of its stock.
Hospitals have granted Microsoft, IBM and Amazon the ability to access identifiable patient information under deals to crunch millions of health records.
Silicon Valley is launching a frenzy of lobbying on regulation of the tech industry, and Europe is set to be one of the first battlegrounds.
Amazon is creating checkout terminals that could be placed in stores and allow shoppers to link their card information to their hands.
BAE has agreed to acquire United Technologies' military GPS business for $1.93 billion.
U.S. companies are underwriting the EU's ambitious climate goals, fueling the bloc's green-energy transition with power deals that cut emissions and costs.
The global economy is poised for a modest rebound in 2020, following a year in which it notched the weakest growth since the financial crisis.
France and the U.S. have struck a truce on the divisive issue of taxing digital giants such as Google parent Alphabet, averting a trade war on the topic for now.