Southeast Asia's fastest growing economy goes to the polls next month and Sri Lanka's vote looks set to be close for the first time in nearly a decade.
Italy's antitrust authority has fined TripAdvisor 500,000 euros ($600,000) following complaints of improper business practices.
Among the relics, a clutch of Chinese-made Geely CKs and South Korean Kias have found a home on the streets of Havana.
The share of prime-age men who are not working has more than tripled since the late 1960s, and some are not eager to take new jobs. NYT reports.
Japan's industrial output posted a surprise drop in November, while inflation slowed, offering fresh signs efforts to kickstart the economy face headwinds.
High-cost, short-term car title loans are leading people to take out risky lines of credit.
Takata Corp, the air bag maker embroiled in millions of recalls worldwide, said its president Stefan Stocker would step down.
Coca-Cola may cut up to 2,000 jobs in the coming weeks, The Wall Street Journal reports.
PlayStation and Xbox were partially inaccessible to users, as frustrated gift recipients discovered they were unable to connect.
After a long, dismal stretch last winter that sent it in reverse, the U.S. economy bounced back sharply in 2014.
Wal-Mart will begin testing on its new gift card exchange program on Christmas Day.
Insure.com crunched government stats to match parts of Santa's job to a real-world job title and salary. NBC's TODAY reports.
The NY Fed ordered MF Global to pay $1.21 billion in restitution fees and $100 million penalty, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission.
The fastest growth is not in megacities like Tokyo, but second-tier ones that many Americans have never heard of.
Low inflation and energy prices and relatively flat wages combined to keep prices down for the song's presents. The NYT reports.
Santa tracking: What began as a mistake by Sears has become a competition between two of the technology world's biggest companies.
Eager to prevent another Target style breach, credit card companies are canceling cards and denying purchases during this hectic shopping season.
Stocks have tended to do remarkably well over the year's last five trading sessions.
Yes, jobs. But there's one more key message Democrats need to hit for 2016, says former Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm.
Mortgage application volume rose 0.9 percent on a seasonally adjusted week over week basis, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association.