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Skymark Airlines has cancelled its order for six A380 aircraft from European plane maker Airbus Group NV.
The Philippines' already vulnerable coconut trees took a hit from the past year's typhoons even as demand for trendy coconut-based products is rising.
Despite concerns over a slowdown, China's businessmen could top travel spending by 2016, overtaking their U.S. counterparts.
A flurry of economic data out of Japan on Tuesday showed an improving labor market and an encouraging household spending picture.
French carmaker delivers a 25 percent increase in first-half operating profit even as currency headwinds and mounting inventories hurt sales.
The world’s negative perception of Nigeria is a “tragedy”, a senior political official from the country told CNBC.
Argentina will likely default on its debt for the third time in 28 years on Wednesday, which could cost U.S. hedge funds millions.
Apple's recent acquisitions highlight hopes for software-related revenue amid tablet and smartphone sales concerns.
Chinese media reported that officers from the State Administration for Industry and Commerce visited the software giant in at least 4 cities.
The economic impact of the deadly virus may spread even further, if more multinational companies choose to keep a lid on operations.
Forget the cliché of a jaded executive fiddling the books; Britain's fraudsters are now young, tech-savvy – and catching organizations off-guard.
The "fist bump" could be more hygienic than the formal and business-like handshake, according to university scientists.
Profit warnings from U.K. listed companies have hit their highest level in three years despite a brightening economy, a study by EY shows.
A Hague court ruled that Russia must pay a group of shareholders in defunct oil giant Yukos around $50 billion for expropriating its assets.
We take sanitation for granted. How is innovation bringing clean, waterless toilets to the developing world?
Banks may have repaired their balance sheets but we're still waiting for any notable shift in their culture, according to a market commentator.
The U.S. tax code needs a radical overhaul to fight so-called "inversion" M&A, Treasury Secretary Jack Lew writes in The Washington Post.
1 in 5 people in developing regions continue to live on less than $1.25 a day, according to the UN. What can that amount buy? Here's a look.
Reckitt Benckiser plans to spin off its heroin-addiction treatment in the next 12 months as sales slide under pressure from rival versions.
HSBC Chairman Douglas Flint told CNBC that relocating the bank's headquarters back to Hong Kong "would be potentially interesting" on Friday.
The numbers of women entering convents in England and Wales has hit a 25-year high, according to new figures released on Thursday.
European leaders could announce the use of military force after meeting on Thursday to discuss measures to tackle the migrant crisis.
CNBC Meets' Tania Bryer speaks to celebrated soprano opera singer Jessye Norman, who speaks about her childhood growing up in Augusta, Georgia.
In part two, Norman talks about her big break in opera and some of the challenges she faced early on in her career, as well as her frustrations with the "racialism" she feels still exists in U.S. Congress.
As Jessye Norman tells CNBC that she once considered running for Congress, CNBC looks at some celebrities who've dabbled in politics.
A period of consolidation has investors worried that the Dow's long-term uptrend has run its course, but charts suggest otherwise.
Oil prices rose as the framework Iran deal offers little chance for a increase in oil exports, but charts suggest it's too early to expect any price rise.
The Shanghai Composite has rallied sharply this year, outperforming its regional peers in the first quarter, and charts suggest further upside is likely.