Stefan Selig, U.S. Under Secretary of Commerce for International Trade, explains how the Trade Promotion Authority (TPA) will help to speed up the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade talks.» Read More
Jim Awad, Managing Director of Plimsoll Mark Capital, attributes the declines in global stock markets to the fear of a credit event occurring due to the unprecedented slide in oil prices.
Ayhan Kose , Director of Development Prospects, World Bank, says global growth may be slow this year amid major downside risks like the rise of U.S. interest rates and volatility in commodity markets.
The U.S. plans to provide up to $2 billion in loan guarantees to Ukraine this year, as part of a broader international package.
After the hack of the U.S Central Command's social media sites, former diplomat Bill Richardson says the U.S. needs a cybersecurity policy.
Apart from stocks, Manpreet Gill, Senior Investment Strategist at Standard Chartered, recommends that investors look at diversified income assets, as 2015 may bring more volatility compared to last year.
Chinese citizens and companies must pay domestic taxes on their worldwide incomes, New York Times reports.
After a long day of rapidly changing information, U.S. counterterrorism officials told NBC News Wednesday night that they cannot be certain what the status is of the three suspects in the Paris attack on Charlie Hebdo magazine.
China has increasing economic clout in Cuba, but better U.S. relations could change that——and more——for the island.
Germany believes that the euro zone can cope with a Greece exit if that proved to be necessary, according to a report.
International Capital Strategies' David Gordon also predicts a tough 2015 for Europe.
Hacker Jan Krisller demonstrated his ability to replicate a fingerprint using a high-resolution photo at a conference this weekend.
Facebook has laid a foundation for entering China, but it could morph its product depending on what the Chinese government will allow.
Standard & Poor's has downgraded the ratings outlook for some European oil companies as prices continue their slide.
A Russian politician is advising women to use beetroot instead of expensive imported lipstick.
President Obama has made multiple bold policy moves heading into the "lame duck" period of his second term. NBC News reports.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says that other countries perceive Russia as a country which should just "sit quietly", rather than try and maintain its sovereignty and independence.
Leon Cooperman offered insight into the market effects of the changes in U.S. economic policy with Cuba in an interview with CNBC.
Secret discussions between the U.S. and Cuban officials happened in Canada and the Vatican and included personal involvement by Pope Francis.
The combination of a stronger dollar and sliding oil price is causing mayhem, Financial Times reports.
Russians hurried to change their currency and stock up on durable goods amid the ruble's collapse. Financial Times reports.
Japan will be in the spotlight this week, where the release of key data will shed some light on the state of the world's third-largest economy.
Bridge International Academies is looking to boost charter schools in Africa and beyond.
India's newly-elected leader Narendra Modi can count one important official as a big fan: The president of the World Bank.
U.S. crude at 6-year low as the dollar strengthened after Greece's Syriza party pledged to roll back austerity measures after election wins.
The euro hit lows against the dollar as Greece's Syriza's win in a snap election puts Athens on a collision course with international lenders.
Gold climbed to a high as the Greek party Syriza's win sparked fears of renewed instability in Europe, triggering safe-haven demand for bullion.
Anastasia Kastaniotou, a struggling mother of three, stood near the Greek Parliament building on Wednesday and threw up her hands as she contemplated an €11.5 billion austerity package that her country’s government was trying to tie up this week to keep Greece in the euro, the New York Times reports.