A key Chinese Communist Party meeting, a Japanese data barrage and a Fed meeting will be the big events in a packed week for markets.
At many neighborhood bars, one day it's bottom's up, and the next day its lease is up.
Law and Justice party claims victory in an election that risks putting the ex-communist state on a collision course with EU allies.
BGC Financial's Colin Gillis explains why iPhone unit sales will be a key metric for Apple this quarter.
Is Valeant taking legal action against itself? The answer may come down to an odd classification known as the "variable interest entity."
You don't need to be cool to reach millennials, says Spencer Rascoff, the CEO of Zillow, where 2/3 of the staff is millennials.
For many parents, a child's birth is exhilarating emotionally but daunting from a financial perspective. We offer five money-management tips.
Some companies are moving, and profiting, from efforts to prevent the Web browsing experience from being disrupted by advertisements.
China has never said the economy must grow seven percent this year, Premier Li Keqiang said in comments reported by the government.
Argentines vote for a new president on Sunday with outgoing leader Cristina Fernandez's candidate the favorite to win.
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A Venezuelan prosecutor who helped bring a case against the opposition leader is claiming he was pressed into filing false charges.
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As more consumers turn to social media, a growing number of hackers are using fake accounts to phish for account credentials.
Jim Cramer traced the collapse in the retail cohort on Friday to one stock. It came down to three little words, and investors exited the group.
As China's middle class grows, rising food demand is influencing food production and water consumption in the American West, including California.
Pace University is giving higher education a new meaning by opening 33 Beekman, the world's tallest college residence.
The WHO is expected to list bacon alongside a list of cancer causing agents, The Daily Mail reported.
"I don't think enough people recognize how fundamental science is to what we call civilization," says "Space Talk" host Neil deGrasse Tyson.
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