The Hurun Report says China now has the most billionaires despite the country's economic woes.
Sugar futures staged their biggest daily gain in nearly 23 years after forecasts suggested weather-disrupted supply may fall short of demand.
Thousands of apps running code built by Baidu have collected and transmitted users' personal information to the company, researchers say.
Advisers describe a leader who is on top of events, but who prefers not to get sucked into rowdy debate on India's public square.
Hong Kong should sell the bricks hurled during recent riots to democracy-loving tourists, like Germany did the Berlin Wall, one HK MP proposes.
China has sent fighter jets to a disputed island in the South China Sea, where it deployed missiles earlier this month, U.S. government sources said.
Pavel Molchanov, senior vice president and energy analyst at Raymond James, predicts oil could reach $60 by the end of the year.
Significant volatility in the oil market is now a consensus view, according to Goldman's Jeffrey Currie.
Every month that oil stays below $80 a barrel, Saudi Arabia loses money. CNBC estimates when the kingdom may run out of money.
David Hertz is one of those rare people who has put into practice his ideas for helping the world and for him, food inspired him.
Consumers are optimistic, but investors are worried and CEOs are pessimistic. Could this "trifurcation" lead to economic recession, asks Bart van Ark.
Two Texas hospitals have developed a rapid test for the Zika virus that will provide results in just a few hours.
Devaluation is a risky move, and it could backfire, says this uber-bear fund manager. What's more likely is gradual capital controls.
Dry bulk ship owners will need to idle or demolish their ships to tide over excess capacity that has sent freight rate plunging.
HSBC has cut its end-year targets for China stock index by 14-18 percent as earnings forecasts fell. The good news? Stock may still advance.
The Chinese news media covered President Xi Jinping's most recent public appearances with adulation befitting a demigod, The New York Times reports.
Fears China's debt mountain will turn into an avalanche have hit the headlines recently, but there are signs at least some of the risk is easing.
OPEC members are still undecided about oil production cuts, but the cartel is eager to participate in an effort to bring up oil prices.
The U.S. consumer will be in focus Tuesday as Wall Street eyes some key related earnings and economic reports.
As stocks rallied Monday, Brian Jacobsen, chief portfolio strategist at Wells Fargo Advantage Funds, foresees stabilization and suggests looking at emerging markets.