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Sub-Saharan Africa has been the darling of frontier market investors for several years. However, a combination of factors could see its appeal for investors wane.
A new Hello Kitty plane will fly on EVA's new route between Houston and Taiwan three times a week.
Baseball is financially strong, but what does the future hold for the sport as its fans get increasingly older?
Technology and medicine are probing the boundaries of mortality. So can only the rich afford to drink from the fountain of youth?
What began as a cozy game inside a Manhattan loft has now become one of the most elite poker nights around. And the stars are mostly women.
Bank savings account rates are still low, but there are ways to get better-than-average deals.
Local Motors plans to get into the auto industry next year when it launches what it promises will be the world's first 3-D printed car.
Vladimir Putin is keeping a close eye on events while strategizing about how to play uncertainty in the region.
Movies characters were scarce at Comic-Con. Instead, the event has been taken over by zombies, heroes, and dragons.
The economic impact of the California drought for 2015 is beginning to emerge. And the forecast doesn't look good.
The last 12 months collectively was a period of huge gains in some stocks and stinging losses in others.
The burst of China's bubble doesn't spell doom for U.S. stocks, but the ugly unwind of the euphoric rally shows how much the world depends on China.
Three steps you can take to ensure you don't outlive your money in retirement.
Wednesday's stock market computer shutdown at the New York Stock Exchange was exaggerated in part by a very human problem.
The Shanghai composite plunged by 30 percent in one month, leaving fund managers exposed to China to calm investor fears.
Life insurance is more than protection against the financial toll of a loved one's death, but the best policy for you changes over time.
The secret's out.
Here's what could happen to Greek currency if the country leaves the euro zone.
The euro will dip if Greece leaves the euro zone, but a protracted downtrend is unlikely, FX strategist Jens Nordvig says.
A group of researchers found that elevated levels of natural human hormones prompted young men to take greater financial risk.