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The best route to an upgrade might be miles, cash or both to avoid a cramped economy-class seat.
The stock bounceback could continue for three more months, with an average 6.5 percent gain in global equities, Bank of America Merrill Lynch said.
Minions Happy Meal toys upset parents after some thought they were spewing profanities, but McDonald's was quick to clarify.
CNBC takes a look at some of the big stories coming up next week.
Greece, China and a rate hike from the Federal Reserve could lead to a plunge of around 50 percent for stock markets, according to one economist.
Artificial intelligence (AI) may scare some people, but one company is working on an app that could make you rich.
Will China's market turmoil deter you from investing in the country? Take our poll to tell us what you think.
Crowdfunding is going mainstream, with Singapore-based CoAssets joining Australia's junior market to bring its investment model to a bigger audience.
One French company is looking to transform the way we hire cars with a peer-to-peer car-sharing scheme. How?
Here's what could happen to Greek currency if the country leaves the euro zone.
CNBC's Phil Han reports on the sale of a new hydrogen fuel powered car and that battle brewing between electric and hydrogen.
Hedge fund billionaire George Soros's charitable foundation may be kicked out of Russia, as Moscow considers banning foreign NGOs that promote democracy.
The Internet-viewing network, Netflix announced the premiere dates for its first set of upcoming original movies on Tuesday.
As the debt crisis escalates, Australia is experiencing its biggest influx of Greek migrants since the boom post World War II.
Hackers are packing malicious viruses into fake mobile Nintendo games to infect Android devices, a new report reveals.
Ferrari launched its latest 488 GTB supercar. Touted as the new "benchmark" for the luxury sports car sector - in the wealthy city-state on Wednesday.
With Greece and Puerto Rico’s debt-wrangling in the spotlight, CNBC takes a look at what happens when countries fail to repay their debts.
"It's time to get someone in Washington that understands what Nevada is all about," said Dennis Hof, who added that his run is "pretty likely."
The high-stakes talks between Greece and its creditors have drawn attention to the game theory studied closely by Greece's former finance minister.
HSBC has fired six members of its U.K. staff after they posted a video featuring an Islamic State-style mock execution.