We've got it all wrong, says Carlos Slim, the Mexican telecoms tycoon: we should be working only three days a week, the FT reports.
Cross-investment between India and Japan has been relatively small, but economic reboots via Abenomics and Modinomics may change that, Nomura said.
Indian farmer Asghar Bhura scrapes a living by growing sugarcane, but the late monsoon means he will earn nothing from his harvest.
It's not clear that the German Chancellor is in a position to actually hit Russia where it would hurt: Its pocketbook.
The West could hit Russia with even tougher sanctions if the Malaysia Airlines passenger plane was shot down by separatist rebels.
Brazil dropped four places to 31st out of 50 countries, in BlackRock's quarterly Sovereign Risk Index.
The shooting down of a jetliner over Ukraine will be a catalyst for Europe to step up their sanctions on Russia, Obama official Neal Wolin says.
Morgan Stanley CFO does not believe new sanctions on Rosneft will affect a pending deal between the two companies.
With all eyes on the Malaysia Airlines crash in Ukraine—and markets swooning—many investors may wonder what, if anything, they should do.
The downing of an airliner over Ukraine brought immediate condemnation of Russia, and it's likely to get stronger.
Republican Sen. Bob Corker applauds President Obama's newly imposed sanctions on Russia for its role in destabilizing Ukraine.
The foundation this week of the BRICS Development Bank has highlighted the problems with the current system of global governance, says Jim O'Neill.
The selection of Shanghai as the headquarters for the BRICS bank could hurt Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's domestic ratings, according to one expert.
Russian President Putin warned that U.S. sanctions will take relations with Russia to a "dead end" and damage U.S. business interests.
President Obama escalated sanctions against Russia on Wednesday by targeting a series of large banks and energy and defense firms.
Vladimir Putin swung through Latin America arranging energy deals—but that's not the only thing he hoped to achieve.
Foreign markets could offer the best bet, Michael Novogratz of Fortress Investment Group says.
Many trash pickers in China are elderly people, unable to support themselves on meager government pensions. Global Post reports.
Eastern Europe has struggled to attract investors thanks to its “Wild West” image. Governments now hope to show that things have changed.
Italy's GTECH SpA will buy International Game Technology in a cash-and-stock deal valued at $6.4 billion, the companies said in a statement.