As the U.S. draws closer to Cuba, here's what American travelers can expect to see in colorful Havana.
Norway may be Europe's biggest oil exporter, but its premier is less concerned about energy prices than security issues around terrorism and Russia.
Tom Speechley of Abraaj Group talked with CNBC.com about investing in emerging and frontier markets in Davos.
One of the world's elite management consultants said businesses should pay attention to lagging youth employment.
Think it was the ECB caused Wednesday's rally? Think again. Jim Cramer sees this breed of stock on fire.
Here are the fund managers Morningstar considers the best of the best.
Individuals doing business with Russian clients say Obama's claims of Russia's economy being in "tatters" are absolutely correct.
Venezuela may be down to its last lifeline as oil prices continue to plummet, and the country needs financial backing more than ever.
Emerging market turmoil could rear its ugly head again this year as many developing countries face elections and political unrest.
Carlyle's David Rubenstein tells CNBC low oil prices are creating new places to invest.
Jim Cramer warns not to be faked out by all the negative headlines; there are still some bright spots of the market.
Times are tough for Australia's junior miners as plunging iron ore prices squeeze them out of the market, but oil's decline may provide respite.
Sarah Brightman has began preparation for a 10-day, $52 million trip to the International Space Station. NBC News reports.
Ukrainian forces came under attack by Russian regular forces north of the conflict zone in Eastern Ukraine.
Survey results indicate that the U.S. is first choice for 38 percent, compared to 34 percent for China.
CNBC's Jim Cramer said on Tuesday the Chinese are changing their economy into an internal consumption economy.
The Chinese president's new base salary, equivalent to $22,256 a year, remains a fraction of that of global peers.
China share markets have stabilized nicely after Monday's plunge, but it's not time to bargain hunt yet, analysts said.
China’s margin lending crackdown has spurred a knee-jerk selloff, but analysts aren’t convinced it’s anything more than a hiccup in the bull market.
Conventional wisdom suggests commodity exporters will take price declines on the chin, but Morgan Stanley expects they'll benefit most.