As trust beneficiaries feel the bite of Obamacare's 3.8 percent investment income tax and higher rates, estate planners look to reduce it.
The Twitter ban by Turkey's prime minister is "not acceptable," the EU's digital commissioner Neelie Kroes told CNBC.
Oregon's botched Obamacare insurance exchange lost its second director, according to The Oregonian.
France's Hermes - maker of the iconic Kelly and Birkin leather handbags - posted a solid set of numbers Thursday, while across the Channel the CEO of Mulberry quit in the latest bout of turbulence for the group.
Investors looking for drinkable alternative assets now have an option besides wine: Whisky.
The number of regions striving for independence is growing: this week Venetians have been voting on breaking away from Italy, albeit in a referendum not recognized by the authorities.
Fitch Ratings on Friday affirmed U.S.credit ratings at 'AAA' with a stable outlook, taking the country off negative ratings watch.
Many of the common questions people ask in job interviews aren't actually that helpful in predicting how well a person will do in a job, experts say.
Of the half a trillion dollars held by Russians outside the country, roughly two-thirds is held in accounts in just three countries.
LONG BEACH, CALIF., March 21- Gold has been a highly coveted asset for millennia, but its appeal lately has been intermittent at best. Running a fund that concentrates on mining stocks is difficult amid such a backdrop, but John Hathaway, lead manager of Tocqueville Gold, and Joseph Foster, manager of Van Eck International Investors Gold, have done it better than most.
Mt.Gox said on Friday it found 200,000 "forgotten" bitcoins, a week after the Tokyo-based digital currency exchange filed for bankruptcy protection.
Twitter users in Turkey reported widespread outages on Friday, hours after Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan threatened to ban the social media platform.
China's slowing economy has stoked chatter that Beijing is moving closer to unleashing fresh monetary stimulus measures as soon as next quarter.
The chairman of Bloomberg said that the firm should have reconsidered articles that deviated from its core of coverage of business news. NYT reports.
NEW YORK, March 20- The most startling part of Washington's sanctions on Russian businessmen loyal to President Vladimir Putin may be a single sentence that contains an explosive allegation: that Putin himself profits from the world's No. 4 oil trading company, Gunvor.
Want to reach people on Facebook with your business? You may soon have to pay up.
As travelers demand more exotic technology, robots are hard to beat.
There's nothing like a polar vortex to drive down inventories and boost demand for coal, still a key generator of electricity. But how long will King Coal's run last?
Russia says it has imposed entry bans on nine U.S. lawmakers and officials in retaliation to Washington's sanctions over Crimea.
Home sales slumped in February in part because of a lack of so-called household formation. And that is a mystery.