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The bug is the first high-profile security flaw to emerge since Microsoft stopped providing security updates for Windows XP earlier this month.

Wealthy Russians and Ukrainians are trying to shift more cash into London property, say estate agents, the FT reports.

Bitcoin's price lost 14 percent over the weekend as BTC China confirmed that transactions have been affected by a clampdown from the Chinese government.

Google's driverless car can navigate a city Mon, 28 Apr '14 | 10:03 AM ET
Google's driverless car.

Google says it has turned a corner in its pursuit of a car that can drive itself.

Has 'sell in May' had its day? Mon, 28 Apr '14 | 12:37 AM ET
Traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

Has the well-known trading adage "sell in May and go away" already run its course this year?

When your CEO neighbor isn't so neighborly Sat, 26 Apr '14 | 10:00 AM ET
American billionaire Ira Leon Rennert.

From Jobs and Trump to Ellison and Page, here are some examples of wealthy execs who became embroiled in battles with their neighbors.

Self-made billionaire: The how-to guide Sun, 27 Apr '14 | 7:13 PM ET

You don't have a buck to your name, but you'd like to have a billon of them and wonder how the Gates and Jobs of this world did it? Here's how!

A Hello Kitty cat-tastrophe for Singapore? Mon, 28 Apr '14 | 1:00 AM ET
A queue forms outside of a McDonald's branch in Singapore on April 28, 2014.

After a number of violent outbreaks for Hello Kitty products in the past, Singapore's obsession with the doll may have finally come down a notch.

Formula One Singapore Grand Prix on September 22, 2013.

Long associated with glitz, bravado and lavish spending, Formula One has also delivered a boost to revenues and dictated consumer tastes, according to the cars' manufacturers.

Nissan tests car that never gets dirty Sat, 26 Apr '14 | 8:48 AM ET
Nissan Note

Nissan is testing a car that can keep itself clean, thanks to special paints that repel water and oils.

Wall Street in 2039: Will it still exist? Thu, 24 Apr '14 | 10:00 AM ET
Exterior of the New York Stock Exchange

Automated trading and government regulation are transforming the Wall Street ecosystem. Will these forces make the financial epicenter obsolete?

Income inequality is growing and the rich keep getting richer. In 25 years a serial entrepreneur with grand visions may cross the wealth threshold.

Jim Koch

In an interview with Esquire Magazine, Boston Beer founder and Chairman Jim Koch reveals his secret to staying in control while drinking.

The $5,000 cocktail, and other pricey drinks Sat, 26 Apr '14 | 10:00 AM ET

Would you spend $100 on a cocktail? How about $5,000? What's in the new trend of super-splurge cocktails.

Roman Abramovich's yacht "Eclipse" arrives in Bodrum, Turkey, on Nov. 1, 2013.

When wealthy Russians shopped for assets in the West in the past decade, they usually looked for status. Now they're hunting for something else.

Fresh off posting quarterly earnings, Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz tells CNBC that his company "can do for tea what we've done for coffee."

Goldman Sachs: This could ruin your portfolio Fri, 25 Apr '14 | 1:57 PM ET
Traders work at the Goldman Sachs Group Inc. booth on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York.

Continued reluctance to invest abroad could damage portfolios in the long run, according to research by Goldman Sachs.

Roulette table with various bets placed

With online gambling set to be worth $39 billion by 2016, the industry is at risk of becoming a safe haven for money laundering, a new report finds.

Paulson's bet on a 'Singapore of the Caribbean' Fri, 25 Apr '14 | 10:19 AM ET
San Juan, Puerto Rico.

John Paulson believes the island will become the Singapore of the Caribbean.

The Engine Tue, 22 Apr '14 | 11:50 AM ET

In episode 1 we find out how engine innovations from the racetrack have ended up in road cars, and meet some leaders in the sport to find out what makes them tick.

Until recently the market had largely ignored the growing crisis in Ukraine but investors are starting to pay attention.

JMP Securities' Alex Gauna has a counter-intuitive idea on how to play Apple when its upcoming stock split makes shares much, much cheaper.

First Access, a US-based start-up, buys real-time user data from mobile phone carriers to help people in Tanzania get access to small amounts of credit.

Amid the unbanked and underbanked, start-ups see mobile phones and related technology as ways to boost financial inclusion.

First lady Michelle Obama takes questions from Executive Office employees' children during an event to mark the White House's annual Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day at the White House on April 24, 2014 in Washington, DC.

A young girl gave the first lady her dad's résumé at an event after telling Mrs. Obama that her dad had been out of work for three years.

Q: Will the US dollar disappear? A: No. It won't Thu, 24 Apr '14 | 10:58 AM ET

In 25 years the U.S. dollar will probably still be the world's reserve currency, and bitcoin may not be around at all.

New Zealand topped a list of 22 nations as Chinese tourists' favorite destination for the first time, according to a survey.

Men want new fashion—underneath their clothes Thu, 24 Apr '14 | 10:26 AM ET

Men are playing a bigger role in choosing fashionable underwear, which helped the category's sales grow 4 percent, according to a report.

Mobile addiction growing at an alarming rate Thu, 24 Apr '14 | 12:08 AM ET

Mobile addicts are multiplying at an alarming rate, as a rising number of teens, college students and middle-age parents fall victim to the problem.

This car's value just rose 525%...Here's how Wed, 23 Apr '14 | 1:17 PM ET
2002 Aston Martin Vanquish featuring 50 N.B.A. Hall of Fame athletes’ signatures

When you're spending six-figures on a luxury sports car, most people inspect it for marks, but for this 2002 Aston Martin Vanquish, the more marks the better.

Is the yen losing its safe haven status? Tue, 22 Apr '14 | 7:06 PM ET

The Japanese yen's safe-haven status may be in jeopardy as rising import costs continue to eat into the country's current account, analysts say.