A top contender in the technology space, Samsung unboxes its latest gadgets and shows off its latest innovations.
The Bank of England (BoE) left interest rates and its asset purchase target unchanged on Thursday, despite growing calls by some members for a change in policy.
NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen opens a crucial summit meeting by accusing Russia of "attacking" neighboring Ukraine.
Globalization and technological change are leading to the demise of middle incomes in U.K. cities, according to a new report.
Sony is committed to the smartphone sector despite calls for it to cut its losses, CEO Kazuo Hirai told CNBC at the IFA 2014 tech show in Berlin.
France will not deliver the first of two helicopter carriers to Russia for now, the French president's office said on Wednesday.
Samsung attempted to differentiate itself in the smartphone market with its latest offerings, but analysts say it isn't enough to frighten Apple.
Kyriakos Mitsotakis, Greek minister of administrative reform and e-governance, discusses Greece's adjustment and forecasts that the country should return to growth this year for the first time in six years.
Commerzbank is nearing agreement with U.S. authorities over its dealings with Iran and other countries under U.S. sanctions, sources said.
The jilted lover of President François Hollande of France has written a tell-all book about her days as France's onetime unofficial first lady, the NYT reports.
The Bank of Japan (BOJ)refrained from announcing fresh stimulus despite signs the economic recovery is sputtering.
From computer software to travel-related services and products, the preferences of Asia's online shoppers are changing rapidly, a survey by marketing research firm Nielsen showed.
Michael R. Bloomberg will reassume the leadership of his business empire only eight months after ending his final term as mayor of New York.
As China looks to wean its economy off a heavy dependence on investment and exports, India is embarking on the very same growth model.
Ukraine's ongoing war with pro-Russian separatists and their Moscow benefactors is pushing money out of the region—and into the United States.
Foreign companies in China appear to be pushing back against increased scrutiny from Chinese government anti-trust enforcers. The New York Times reports.
As the Bank of England meets to contemplate the end of its ultra-easy monetary policy, a leading business lobby group predicts the country's economic growth could stall.
Japanese PM Abe's grand plan to revive the economy is reaching a "moment of reckoning", Goldman Sachs has warned.
India is suffering a renewed spate of gold smuggling as import restrictions continue to throttle official inflows of the yellow metal.
Singapore's GIC is taking the unusual step of investing directly in unlisted firms as low yields spur fund managers to adopt a more hands-on attitude.
Cash-for-reform talks between debt-ridden Greece and its creditors have dragged on for months now, and fatigue is setting in.
The finer details of Wednesday's indictment against FIFA officials appears to implicate one U.S. household name in particular.
This country's currency is sliding, attracting the attention of global investors—and the move may presage more global currency pain ahead.
Tania Bryer speaks to fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg about her extraordinary life.
In Part Two, designer Diane von Furstenberg talks to Tania Bryant about starting again in the fashion business.
Designer Diane von Furstenberg said the launch of her iconic "wrap dress" design gave her a financial security she had never had before.
The Nikkei's relentless bull-run has raised concerns if a correction is on the pipeline. Chart analysis, however, suggests otherwise.
While the euro-dollar breakout looked like a short-term move rather than a trend change, the situation now is different and impacts long term positions.
With Nymex rebounding 40 percent since its lows of the year, many are asking if the uptrend will stay or whether if it is a short-term bounce.