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A French court has ordered Christine Lagarde, to face trial over her role in a pay-out of some 400 million euros to businessman Bernard Tapie.
The hotel sector in Paris is suffering from dwindling bookings as the numbers of visitors dropped following the November terror attack.
European banks have rushed to acquire the more secure domain name ".bank" after the U.S. saw more than 4,000 registrations for the web address.
See how December's dot plot for federal-funds rate targets compared to that of September.
The loss of Brazil's investment grade rating is "serious," and shows the government has failed to do everything that's needed, Joaquim Levy said.
The internet’s favorite cat has a new reason to be grumpy: the cat’s company is suing a Californian company for copyright infringement.
"Star Wars: The Force Awakens” is set to create ripple effects, as advance ticket sales in the U.S. have surpassed $100 million, report suggests.
Prada reported a 38 percent fall in quarterly profit on Tuesday, hit by slumping sales in Greater China as the country's economic growth slowed.
Billionaire hedge fund investor on Tuesday told investors that 2015 could be the firm's worst ever but noted that clients are generally sticking with him.
To help the Fed out, we came up with some options for how it can spend down $4.5 trillion.
The holidays are meant to be fun, but research shows December is the most stressful month for workers and reduces productivity.
For this edition of Access: Middle East, CNBC gives you a look behind the scenes this November at the Dubai Airshow.
European Space Agency's Tim Peake has become the first “official” UK astronaut to serve on the International Space Station (ISS).
China’s latest environmental crisis is proving to be a lucrative opportunity for another of Canada's natural resources — Rocky Mountain air.
Streaming services are fast becoming firm favorites with top critics as well as the TV audiences.
The merger between Newell Rubbermaid and Jarden — which could lead to a $16 billion consumer goods company — is good, says Jim Cramer.
Before the first tub of popcorn is sold, the latest chapter in the “Star Wars” series looks set to blast all box-office records.
Love Home Swap, a British start-up that lets you swap homes with someone, has acquired competitor HomeForExchange.
Alibaba Group has agreed on a $265.8 million deal to acquire the South China Morning Post and other media assets of SCMP Group.
Watch out for your holiday packages because "porch pirates" are robbing people before they can get to them.