Tehran officials are in Beijing this week to seek more oil sales, in a move that could pressure the U.S. to sign off on a sanction-lifting deal.» Read More
A mighty pull-up allowed a Singapore construction worker to save a trapped toddler dangling by her head from a parapet, in a rescue captured on video.
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The Massachusetts Institute of Technology has won a competition to desalinate unusable water and make it drinkable for humans and crops.
Is the midst of a financial meltdown, Greece seeks cash and a pipeline deal from the Russians. But any agreement will need EU approval.
Despite its exposure to oil, Ricardo Mendes of Prospectiva Consulting said some Brazilian businesses could benefit from tighter U.S. monetary policy.
About 25% more LNG exports will hit the world market by 2020, and this will transform the energy market, predict CEOs at CERAWeek.
President of China announced plans for $46 billion of new infrastructure spending in Pakistan, reports The Fiscal Times.
The weight of economic sanctions pushed Russia to reduce its space funding by more than a third over the next ten years.
The Brazilian oil company, embroiled in a corruption scandal, unveiled the estimate in its audited fourth-quarter financials.
China will open up its $6.84 trillion market for domestic bank card transactions.
Brazil's state-run oil giant, Petrobras, is engulfed in arguably the largest financial scandal in the country's history.
Mexico is opening its state-run oil industry to outside investors for the first time in 75 years in a bid to match the U.S. oil-boom story.
The death of Singapore’s founding father, Lee Kuan Yew, may have spurred an unusual side effect: the city-state’s consumers now feel more confident.
Skyscraper rents in Hong Kong are still the world's highest, but the city is in danger of losing its crown to New York, Knight Frank said.
Indonesia's courtship of foreign investors may get a fillip from Chinese and Japanese money seeking a fresh home.
Earnings retain the spotlight on Wednesday, with several more blue chips and technology heavyweights set to report.
American companies have been eyeing the Cuban market since December but consultants are wary about how easy it will be to do business there.
Paulson, the former Treasury secretary, stresses that he's not saying a crisis is inevitable. The New York Times reports.