The head of Burkina Faso's armed forces took power on Friday after President Blaise Compaore resigned amid mass demonstrations.
Black money, the moniker for income that is shipped overseas in order to evade taxes, is something India is moving to make a thing of the past.
Tencent said it would collaborate with IBM on a new cloud software business for corporate customers, a marked strategy shift for the Chinese firm.
Even after a big move from the Fed, "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer thinks there are some apologies owed to investors.
There could be good news for a problem that has plagued the world's second-biggest economy: intellectual property protection.
Chinese President Xi Jinping applauded a Chinese blogger who has written erroneous comments about America, reports the Global Post.
A Moscow Court ruled in favor of seizing shares of Bashneft from a billionaire businessman due to alleged unlawful privatization.
Credit Suisse wants a hedge fund to return $1.5 million, but the fund's manager is missing, the New York Times reports.
Asia stock markets may have taken the recent rout on the chin, but that's left them well-poised for a solid year-end rally, Goldman Sachs said.
Chinese ships carrying exports to market are churning out air pollution in its major port cities, according to a report.
Europe could be plunged into an energy crisis this winter if last-ditch talks on Wednesday fail to see Russia resume gas flows to Ukraine.
Jim Chanos says he won't be jumping wholeheartedly into the Brazilian short trade.
Brazil's election Sunday is widely seen as a big win for workers over investors. But the victory celebration may be short-lived.
Seagate Technology reported an 8.5 percent rise in revenue, helped by higher demand for its personal computer and cloud storage products.
Brazil's Rousseff won re-election after convincing voters that her party's record of reducing poverty was more important than a recent economic slump.
Presidential candidates traded accusations over political corruption in a last ditch attempt to sway undecided voters.
Standard & Poor's affirmed its ratings on Russia Friday, providing relief to markets that had feared a downgrade.
President Vladimir Putin accused the United States of making the world a more dangerous place by imposing a "unilateral diktat" in diplomacy.
No wonder they keep buying back so much stock, says "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer.
Vietnamese property may finally be shaking off its years-long bear market to rise from the flames, with analysts pointing to rising sales and investment.