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China's Ant Financial has raised its offer for electronic payment firm MoneyGram International and the deal was unanimously approved by the U.S. firm's board, outbidding rival Euronet Worldwide.
Messaging software company Slack faces a significant new challenge, the New York Times reports.
Rising consumer spending in China has boosted retail sales, but it is the country's new infrastructure that is giving businesses the opportunity to expand.
Sen. McCain added that China will be "key" in how the world addresses the situation in North Korea, NBC News reports.
The case of South Africa's political and economic turmoil has been decidedly local, analysts say.
In the last three calendar years, investors sank $823 billion into Vanguard funds, the company says.
There's a good chance you're leaving cash tips for the Transportation Security Administration at the airport, which the agency pockets.
Peter Schiff and a trader hit back at one another during a CNBC interview on "Futures Now."
Japan's PD Aerospace and China's Kuang-Chi Science among Asia's homegrown private sector firms offering spaceflight services to civilians.
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Question Ajit Pai about controversial topics and his answers are tempered by a Midwestern sincerity, CNBC's Jon Fortt reports.
The Australian dollar has remained trapped in a sideways trading band for one year and there is little sign of a strong change in the trend.
China reported its first quarter GDP figures on Monday.
Start-ups from China set their eyes on the global market in their early stage of operations even as their home country offers many growth opportunities.
After a very public display of its arsenal, North Korea failed at an effort to launch a missile, South Korea's military said.
Once a month in a dilapidated Oakland warehouse with graffiti-ed walls, potholes and no electricity, two tech CEOs and a bunch of technologists gather to race autonomous vehicles.
The committee that approves new emojis is about to unleash an army of 69 different characters.
A start-up named Spacious is turning a handful of restaurants into daytime freelance work spaces.
Asian equities closed mixed, with the dollar sinking against the yen, as investors eyed Korean Peninsula tensions and Chinese economic data.