American and British spies have infiltrated the fantasy worlds of World of Warcraft and Second Life, the New York Times reports.
CEO Doug Parker tells CNBC that "as long as demand stays the same, nothing should happen to prices."
A passenger nodded off on a flight from Lafayette, La., to Los Angeles on United Airlines with a stop in Houston and found himself locked inside.
The income gap is widening fastest for Americans between the ages of 35 and 44, according to new analysis from Bankrate.com.
The manufacturing renaissance may have an invisible hand guiding it along: the energy sector.
The mooted spin-off of HSBC's U.K. retail banking arm could be one of a number of U.K. bank fundraisings next year.
China's consumer price index rose a less-than-expected 3 percent in November from a year earlier, compared with a 3.2 percent rise in October.
U.S. President Barack Obama said he is not allowed to have an iPhone for "security reasons," though he does have an iPad.
Forget cheap electronics, many consumers will be lining up for something else on Black Friday: beer. Many brewers are using the day to release limited-edition beers.
This little-known group may pose the biggest barrier to reducing the nation's income inequality.
Tech companies are mounting a public campaign to urge Obama to set new limits on government surveillance, the New York Times reports.
Social Security is a crucial part of retirement planning so financial advisors are helping retirees choose the right age to claim benefits and break even.
Andrew Lillico, the director of consultancy group Europe Economics, has told CNBC that the euro zone is ready to rise as the next economic superpower.
European equities closed higher on Monday, still posting gains after a rally on U.S. jobs data last Friday.
Florence's mayor became the head of the country's most powerful political party this weekend, and the latest headache for Prime Minister Enrico Letta.
How the tech industry can help eradicate the so-called "dark net" – the hidden, online marketplace for counterfeit goods, drugs and hitmen.
Gold prices will remain listless for the remainder of the year as investors await more visibility on when the Fed will start cutting bond purchases.
Concerns Hong Kong's home prices face a hit from any moves by the Federal Reserve to begin tapering its asset purchases may not pan out, analysts say.
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Thailand's prime minister dissolved parliament, calling snap elections, but analysts say it may be too late to stop anti-government protests crippling Bangkok.