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A change of guard at China's central bank is unlikely to herald a major shift in monetary policy but could alter the pace of financial reforms.
Emerging economies look to corporations to keep their economies expanding at their rapid rates, according to a survey.
Chinese President Xi Jinping may replace People's Bank of China (PBOC) Governor Zhou Xiaochuan as part of a wider personnel reshuffling, The Wall Street Journal reports.
China plans to open its markets to foreign investors who have been largely shut out. The New York Times reports.
Apple's iPhone 6 should boost Best Buy stock, Piper Jaffray's Peter Keith says.
Is the "pied-a-terre" tax a perfect proposal for rich foreigners, who can't lash back at politicians at the ballot? Not so fast, say real estate developers.
Artificial sweetener maker NutraSweet said it would exit its aspartame business by the end of the year, citing increasing foreign competition.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Wednesday: Jabil, Tibco, Apple & more.
Three stocks stand to see a bounce once its rally ends, Bespoke's Paul Hickey says.
The Associated Press reports on the rising costs of living for middle-class Americans.
The Facebook drones are on their way, and we're not talking about bored friends who send out Candy Crush Saga invites, NBC News reports.
It hasn’t happened in a while. But it happened today. And it happened so suddenly Cramer hopes you were sitting down.
CalPERS' decision to leave hedge funds was not meant to send a message about the hedge fund industry, the pension fund's CIO said.
As home builders try to gain more business, more will be going after the entry-level buyer, real estate expert Bradley Hunter told CNBC Wednesday.
Stephen Blyth will take over from Jane Mendillo in January as CEO of the unit overseeing Harvard University's $36.4 billion endowment.
More than 120 world records were set for lots of wine sold in Hong Kong last weekend. Many buyers were from mainland China.
Eric Schmidt dismisses Tim Cook's claims that Google sells personal data to advertisers.
Hedge fund manager Kyle Bass also tells CNBC that concerns about borrowing costs going back to pre-financial crisis levels anytime soon are unfounded.
Everyone's talking like Hillary Clinton is already the next president. But here's how she could lose, says ex-Treasury official Stephen Myrow.
Social media and technology blogs have been awash with news on Apple's new iPhone 6 Plus, claiming the new device suffers from a surprisingly flexible defect.