In bare-knuckles European infightings, ECB's (ECB) latest "whatever it takes" stimulus program is the South's (aka "club Med") bitter-sweet revenge.
Each time you swipe your credit card or click on social media platforms, your personal data is collected and sold, but Datacoup wants pay you for it.
Japan's exports grew the most in a year in December, helped by a weak yen and pickup in overseas demand, an encouraging sign for the economy.
Japanese rice is added to Chinese consumers' list of everyday foods bought at luxury-good prices because they fear the local alternatives aren't safe.
Barack Obama and Narendra Modi unveiled plans of nuclear trade and to deepen defense ties, in hopes of a strategic partnership.
Jim Yong Kim said at the World Economic Forum on Saturday that India's new prime minister is making "extremely promising" reforms.
The ECB faces another task: Dealing with Greece. Syriza is seen in power after Sunday's election, and has plans for how to deal with Greece's debt.
With kids around the world lacking in funds and education, Bridge International Academies seeks to boost charter schools in Africa and beyond.
Suspected Boko Haram militants attacked Nigeria's major northeastern city of Maiduguri and the town of Monguno on Sunday, sources said.
The Japanese Prime Minister on Sunday called the killing of a Japanese captive by Islamic State militants "outrageous."
Barack Obama said on Sunday that the U.S. would consider all additional options short of military action to rein-in Moscow's activities in Ukraine.
The securities exchanges of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Oman and Bahrain are closed on Sunday because of the death of Saudi King Abdullah.
Global leaders are debating whether the financial sector has learned its lesson since the financial crisis.
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From “Fall in love with the government, but never marry them” to “Ebola did less damage than the reaction,” CNBC was there.
Global policymakers and businessmen ended Davos optimistically, citing the effects of low oil prices and aggressive monetary policy in Europe.
U.S. President Barack Obama will visit Saudi Arabia on Tuesday to meet its new King Salman after the death of his predecessor Abdullah on Friday.
In the wake of the Swiss franc's surge, some of the food prices around town in Davos are proving to be a little hard to stomach.
Greek elections could rattle markets in coming days, but the ECB's bond-buying plan may ease concerns.
Unexpectedly, at the height of the Ukrainian winter, war has exploded anew on a half-dozen fronts across eastern Ukraine. The New York Times reports.
Some of the biggest names in the industry have signaled that web privacy is set to get a lot tougher.
The left-wing Syriza party has won the elections in Greece, promising an end to the austerity program struck with the Troika. Experts comments on whether the new government can fulfill its promises and what it means for the euro zone.
Jack Ma, the founder of Alibaba, believes his company is still in the very early stages of reaching its full potential.
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.
The rapid collapse in Nymex oil prices caught many investors offguard, and the charts suggest worst may not be over.
Analysts worry that the S&P 500 will collapse following the index's 14.5% rise in 2014, but patterns suggest otherwise.
Does technical analysis work, or is it akin to reading tea leaves?