The Chinese online marketplace Taobao now sells breakup insurance for Taylor Swift fans.
Trump's camp is firing back at a Moody's Analytics assessment that his economic policies will send the country into a two-year recession.
The Brexit won't stop the EU pushing on with transport and infrastructure projects, said the European Commission's transport chief.
China is stressing stability as it negotiates its economic transition and re-evaluates its relationship with Britain after the Brexit vote.
Russia's central bank has cut its key interest rate by 0.5 percentage points to 10.5 percent.
Royal Caribbean has a new ship in town- and no, it's not your typical run-of-the-mill retirement cruise.
Brazil is considering an emergency loan to Rio as it prepares to host the Olympics, according to two senior government officials.
Here's how a country with a small population, living in an area only a little bigger than Indiana, became a consumer goods powerhouse.
All-girl gaming group Asterisk* has been playing long enough to see e-sports go from marginal to big-money mainstream.
The gold rally may have been sharp, but UBS's Mark Haefele says the precious metal will maintain its shine for the next 12 months.
Shanghai Disneyland's launch is drawing big crowds, but some visitors complain the bibbity boppety boo isn't up to full strength yet.
A low-profile tycoon has become the talk of the town after purchasing a house for a record HK$2.1 billion (US$270 million), the SCMP reports.
People living in a border prefecture in Xinjiang must now give DNA samples when applying for travel documents, the South China Morning Post reports.
Brazil held interest rates steady at near-10-year high of 14.25%, but economists expect small cuts to come.
Gold was near three-week highs on Thursday as a recovery in the dollar prompted some buyers to cash in gains.
Price pressures in the world's most populous country eased last month, data on Thursday showed.
George Soros recently directed a series of "big, bearish investments" after a long break from trading, the WSJ reports.
Jim Cramer outlines what has prompted the staggering rally in energy prices, and what stands in the way of it going higher.
Big names like Amazon are betting on India and investors should as well, two experts said Wednesday.
Some of the factors driving oil higher may be fleeting, and crude is widely expected to come off current levels. But strategists say the charts are telling another story.