Airline security is a hot topic at this year's Dubai Airshow following a number of high-profile security incidents.
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Millennials are using their smartphones more than any other generation, but half say they'd be happier if they used them less.
Fewer private sector workers have access to retirement plans at their workplace, a state of affairs that is making governments step in.
Goldman Sachs, once the most energetic sponsor of the "Bric" investment theme, has quietly stepped away from it, the FT reports.
As consumer cord cutting picks up speed, one analyst says media stocks are in big trouble.
Low oil prices are likely to spur buying, particularly in Asia, that rebalances supply and demand even as OPEC sticks with its robust production quota.
Regulators in the US and Canada are expanding their on-the-road emissions tests to cover every diesel car, the New York Times reports.
China's trade figures missed expectations by a wide margin in October, reinforcing views Beijing will need to do more to stimulate demand.
Gold is on track for its third straight year of losses. Gina Sanchez of Chantico Global and Rich Ross of Evercore ISI discuss the next move with Amanda Drury.
A federal judge has dismissed a class action suit brought by Apple retail workers over the company’s bag-search policy.
Investigators working on the Russian plane crash in Egypt are "90 percent sure" the noise heard in a cockpit recording was a bomb explosion.
Jim Cramer says that just because the economy added more jobs, doesn't mean we should sell stocks. He lists the beneficiaries of a rate hike.
Despite the carnage in emerging markets, there are still some regions that may be relatively attractive to investors.
From booking the presidential suite atop a skyscraper to renting an entire island, Asia's wealthy are spoiled for vacation choices.
China International Capital Corp got off to a strong start, as its HKEx debut coincided with Beijing's decision to lift a four-month IPO ban.
While U.S. politicians dither over immigration reform, my country is reaping the benefits, says Pierre Pettigrew.
Druckenmiller's seemingly counterintuitive comments on how he likes high-flying tech stocks and hates value stocks are the buzz of the Street.
Hello Kitty is opening a new museum exhibit, and currently graces an airline. What's behind this $6.5 billion brand's success?
Aerospace-related stocks have gained altitude over recent years, so which companies still have room to grow?