CNBC's Yousef Gamal El-Din reports from Cairo, where pro-Mursi supporters have called for a million-man-march against the military.
Nearly a third of New Zealand's adult population is overweight, in an effort to solve the obesity epidemic and combat rising health costs, the country is deporting its fat people.
Apple Inc, the world's largest tech company, is expected to present its redesigned iPhone on Sept 10, news that has Wall Street taking another look at the recently battered stock.
Bank of England (BoE) governor Mark Carney's new unemployment mandate will face its first test on Wednesday.
Jittery Wall Street traders are looking to the skies and seeing Hindenburgs. That can be a bad thing for markets.
British Prime Minister David Cameron's explicit backing of fracking – the controversial process of recovering gas and oil from rock – was welcomed by analysts on Monday.
Canadian smartphone maker BlackBerry said on Monday it had set up a committee to explore strategic alternatives that could include joint ventures, partnerships or a sale of the company.
Weak emerging market data released over the past few weeks has prompted JPMorgan to reaffirm its view that it is too early for investors to pile back into the region.
An expected improvement in the euro zone's fortunes could mean now is a good time to get into European equities, with the asset class attractively priced.
Despite a spate of upbeat economic data for the U.K. over recent weeks, wages in the country have seen one of the steepest falls in Europe.
Apple, the world's largest technology company, is expected to present its redesigned iPhone in September, according to a report.
Carla Bruni-Sarkozy has told CNBC that one of her most cherished memories during her time as France's first lady was her state visit to the U.K.
A slowdown in emerging markets is not affecting Prudential's insurance business, the group's CEO said on Monday, remaining bullish on the region and arguing it would be the key driver of world growth over the next 20 years.
Greece's latest output data showed the country's economy contracted at a slower rate than the previous quarter, exceeding analyst estimates.
Disappointing second-quarter growth figures from Japan may have heightened calls for the government to delay a controversial hike in the country's consumption tax, but analysts argue that now remains the best time to deliver the measure.
With opinion polls indicating a win for the opposition Liberal-National coalition party, financial markets are, pricing in the likelihood of a change in government.
Singapore's GDP for the second quarter of the year was revised higher on Monday, leading some analyst to suggest the economy's gloomy times could soon be over.
Once again Englishmen are retreating to bricks and mortar for safety even if the prices are sky high.
Japan's disappointing growth figures for the second quarter highlight the absence of a factor crucial to a sustained revival: turnaround in corporate investment.
Japan's soaring national debt, already more than twice the size of its economy, has reached a new milestone, surpassing one quadrillion yen. The New York Times reports.
Greek Finance Minister Yannis Stournaras told CNBC he was still hopeful that Greece would receive its next 1 billion euro installment of aid.
Talks to establish a free trade bloc around the Pacific Rim have made "significant progress," despite not yet reaching a deal.
The battle between telecoms firms to attract and retain customers is heating up.
There is a clear difference between U.S. and Chinese education, according to pianist Lang Lang - the amount of free time.
The Chinese pianist Lang Lang learned to love classical music from Tom and Jerry.
Lang Lang says that winning competitions is seen as hugely important in China and this had proved detrimental for his early career.
The euro is within sight of a two-year high set in October and charts indicate that a sustainable uptrend is at hand.
Boosted by Abenomics, the Nikkei has risen over 50 percent year to date, ranking it among the world's best performing indexes in 2013.
Tapering remains a key topic of debate among investors as year-end approaches and Yellen prepares to take over as Federal Reserve chairman.