Key highlights this week include a batch of economic numbers, alongside a central bank decision from Australia and an annual meeting of China's parliament.
After years of profit gains amid wage stagnation, America may finally be getting a raise. And that could be bad news for investors.
Samsung has unveiled a curved screen smartphone and mobile payment system in an attempt to lead its fightback against U.S. rival Apple.
Australia's deputy prime minister said that discussions are under way between Australia, China and Malaysia as to whether to call off the hunt.
Michael Van Cleef Ault, owner of Pangaea nightclub in Sinapore is now betting that Manila's casinos will be able to draw the rich through his doors.
Chinese electronics giant Huawei has unveiled a stainless steel smartwatch, just weeks before Apple is expected to unveil its Watch.
Spain's PM Mariano Rajoy hit back against Greek accusations that Spain and Portugal had led a conspiracy to topple the anti-austerity government.
Russians fear the murder of opposition leader Boris Nemtsov could mark a revival of lethal violence among Moscow's leadership elite, the NYT reports.
China's factory sector shrank in February on unsteady exports and slowing investment, an official survey showed on Sunday.
French telecom Orange has launched a 3G smartphone with data and minutes for a one-off fee of $40.
Ikea has launched a range of furniture range that can wirelessly charge your smartphones and tablets.
Berkshire Hathaway reaped $18.3 billion last year, the company's annual report said on Saturday.
The Blackstone Group paid a bounty last year for its billionaire CEO Stephen Schwarzman, making him stand out on Wall Street.
Analyst Rich Greenfield says original programming like "House of Cards" is the key to Netflix's future success.
China's central bank said on Saturday it would cut benchmark interest rates by 25 basis points to 5.35 percent.
Professional and retail traders are aligned on where they think the yellow precious metal is going next.
Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley unveils a budget that aims to ramp up growth aided by a slowed pace of cuts and a raft of tax measures.
Germany's parliament approved an extension of Greece's bailout but a number of dissenters underscored growing skepticism in Berlin.
Recently, ISIS has been dealing with financial hardships—here's how it is dealing with it, the Financial Times reports.
A badly lit photo of an off-the-rack dress broke the Internet, spawning arguments, memes and pseudo-science over its "real" colors.
There’s so many types of beer to choose from, however, it looks like the long-term trends for beer is falling flat.
Societe Generale's notoriously bearish strategist, Albert Edwards, has poured scorn on the belief that the U.S. economy is recovering.
The latest episode of CNBC Meets features Lauren Bush Lauren, founder and CEO of FEED, niece of former President George W. Bush and the granddaughter of former President George H. W. Bush.
CNBC Meets' Tania Bryer speaks to niece of former U.S. President George W. Bush, and founder of social business FEED, Lauren Bush Lauren.
In part two, Bush Lauren talks about some of the early FEED products first released and the challenges she faced launching the group back in 2007.
Weaker-than-expected U.S. housing data lifted gold prices from a seven-week low, but charts suggest that investors shouldn't get too excited.
Oil has managed a rebound in the past three weeks. Technical analysis suggests a consolidation is under way, but a firm uptrend isn't in place yet.
New stimulus from the BOJ boosted the dollar-yen in the final quarter of 2014, but as upward momentum wans, charts suggest a test is at hand.