Asia's tea-growing regions, namely Sri Lanka and Malaysia, have been impacted by a recent drought that could lead to a rise in tea prices. CNBC's Julia Wood reports.» Read More
CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports the family members of Malaysia MH 370 are grieving after the Malaysia Prime Minister says the flight ended in the Southern Indian Ocean.
Malaysia's Prime Minister Najib Razak informed the public it is assumed Malaysia Flight MH 370 ended in the Indian Ocean and there are no survivors. CNBC's Phil LeBeau provides insight.
Malaysia's Prime Minister Najib Razak informs the public Malaysia Flight MH 370 ended in the Indian Ocean.
CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports Malaysia Airlines has texted the family members of those aboard Flight 370.
NBC News' Ian Williams reports there are no indications of missing Malaysia Flight 370 in the south Indian Ocean yet. Malaysia PM Najib Razak is making a statement this morning.
CNBC.com Managing Editor Allen Wastler says CNBC.com's sports business story on the March Madness brackets is popular on the site right now.
NBC News' Bill Neely reports the search for missing Malaysia Flight 370 has come up with nothing.
Search planes found no indication of debris when they searched the southern Indian Ocean for missing Malaysia Flight 370. CNBC's Phil LeBeau has the details.
*On campaign trial, Erdogan vows to "wipe out" Twitter. *Twitter tells Turks how to keep tweeting. ANKARA, March 21- Turkey's courts have blocked access to Twitter days before elections as Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan battles a corruption scandal that has seen social media platforms awash with alleged evidence of government wrongdoing.
Gerry Soejatman, Aviation Advisor at Whitesky Aviation, says it is difficult to gauge how long the hunt for missing Malaysia Airlines flight 370 will be, given that the location of the jet is still unknown.
While the latest satellite images may be the best lead to finding the Malaysia Airlines jet, Oliver Lamb, Managing Director at Pacific Aviation Consulting, advises against getting optimistic.
John Goglia, Independent Air Safety Consultant for Aviation Today, discusses the latest satellite imagery unveiled by Australian authorities on Thursday.
DigitalGlobe Inc, a Colorado- based company that collects imagery for the U.S. government and other countries, as well as private companies, confirmed on Thursday that it had collected satellite images on March 16 that appeared to show debris that may be related to the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370.
Denny Kelly, Principal at Kelly James & Associates, advises caution on the latest satellite imagery that showed objects near Australia which could be related to missing Malaysia Airlines flight 370.
NBC New's Steve Handelsman reports on new developments in the search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports possible debris from the missing Malaysia flight have been spotted 1,500 miles southwest of Perth, Australia. The Weather Channel's Paul Goodloe discusses how weather has impacted the search.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports when the sun comes up in Australia, search planes in the hunt for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 will head to an area where satellite photos spotted 2 large objects in the water of the South Indian Ocean.
OSLO, March 20- The owner of a Norwegian car carrier said it planned to search through the night for two large objects sighted off Australia that could be debris from a missing Malaysian jetliner, despite the official search being suspended because it was too dark.
Bob Francis, former NTSB vice chairman, provides perspective on the missing Malaysian airliner.
OSLO, March 20- Norwegian car carrier Hoegh St. Petersburg has reached the area in the southern Indian Ocean off Australia where two floating objects, suspected to be debris from the missing Malaysian jetliner, were spotted, the ship's owner said on Thursday.