Dream about driving these snazzy cars introduced at the Detroit auto show.
Department-store operator J.C. Penney is bringing back its hefty print catalog five years after ditching it to focus on the web.
It's a common question of our time: "Which phone do you use?"
In a rarity for Chinese leaders, Premier Li Keqiang will attend the WEF's annual meeting in Davos, joining 40 other heads of state and government.
Google is in talks to buy mobile-payments company Softcard, tech news website TechCrunch reported on Friday, citing people familiar with the matter.
Brace for growth numbers starting with "6" from China in 2015, economists say, after data showed the economy expanded at its slowest pace since 1990.
The IMF trimmed its global growth forecast for 2015, citing dimmer economic prospects for China, Russia, the euro area, Japan and oil producers.
More super rich than before are ditching those supercars you can buy off the forecourt and are customizing their rides for exclusivity.
One percent: that's the level bond yields in peripheral euro zone states may fall to on expectations of prolonged deflation and monetary stimulus, some analysts say.
A rash of unforeseen events in 2014 has left trust in global institutions at six-year lows, according to a survey.
Investors must now answer a serious question plaguing markets: How long can America continue to shine in a dull world?
A notebook belonging to the man known as the father of the computing age is expected to fetch at least $1 million at auction, the FT reports.
The Islamic State armed group issued a video online on Tuesday purporting to show two Japanese hostages.
One of Europe's most influential economists has warned that the QE measures being unveiled by the ECB could create deep market volatility.
China's economy grew at its slowest pace in 24 years in 2014, official data showed on Tuesday, undershooting the government's target for the first time since 1998.
If you thought 2014 was volatile, hold on to your hats this year as the price of oil could hit $30 a barrel and bond markets will outperform.
The wealth of the world's richest 1 percent could overtake that of the other 99 percent, Oxfam said ahead of the World Economic Forum in Davos.
The rapid collapse in Nymex oil prices caught many investors offguard, and the worst may not be over, with charts suggesting further declines ahead.
The Danish crown retreated from 2 1/2-year highs against the euro after Denmark's central bank cut interest rates.
Tensions between the U.S. and North Korea may be high after the hack attack on Sony Pictures late last year, but the upcoming 28th Pyongyang marathon in April is expected to attract more westerners than ever.