Experts say the East Coast's plentiful water could cost cents per gallon to Californians and provide a stable, potable water supply.
While the euro zone could recover quickly if Greek left the region, the impact on investor confidence could be far-reaching.
The U.K.'s once-frothy property market is stuck in "wait-and-see" mode, with homebuyers jittery ahead of the most uncertain election in decades.
It looks like there is some truth to #Tattoogate, NBC News reports.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has snubbed his first overseas visit, fearing it would turn him into a "freak show," according to a Korean newspaper.
British insurer Prudential has appointed Mike Wells, head of its U.S. business,as its new chief executive to replace Tidjane Thiam.
A constant supply of strong economic could spell an earlier finish to the ECB's quantitative easing program than originally thought.
Bored of travelling by airplane? Well there could be a new way of flying coming to airports soon, in the form of a giant blimp.
The euro has bounced sharply against the U.S. dollar. But technical indicators could point to more upside ahead.
Brussels is set to widen its front against U.S. tech companies by initiating a separate probe into a wider range of online platforms.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk launched a line of batteries for homes, businesses and utilities in a bid to help speed the spread of renewable energy.
Protein World's controversial "beach body ready" ad has been effectively banned in the U.K. over concerns about its health claims.
The Church of England has decided to blacklist coal & tar sands investments, in a striking victory for campaigners seeking to make fossil fuels unpopular.
As the six-month-long Milan Expo gets under way, we take a look at what it is, how much it cost and why not everyone’s happy about it.
Lloyds reported an 11 percent fall in statutory profits to £1.2 bn for the first quarter, after booking a £660 million charge on the sale of TSB.
China's official PMI came in at 50.1 for April, a tad above expectations, but still indicating the world's second-largest economy is cooling down.
Tracking simple electricity usage is a helpful predictor in discerning broader market movements, according to a research team at Notre Dame.
Traders are watching the iShares Nasdaq Biotechnology ETF for clues on whether a deeper stock market decline is on the horizon.
The Greek government scrambled to pay pensions and public sector salaries after failing to reach agreement with international lenders. The Financial Times reports.
Australia won't lose its coveted triple-A rating, its Treasurer said, slapping down speculation the country might face its first downgrade in 26 years.
South Korea's 14.7 percent on-year fall in exports last month was the steepest decline since August 2009 and well below economists' forecasts.
Approximately 2,500 refugees and migrants are believed to have died or gone missing trying to reach Europe this year alone.
Kanye West, no stranger to headline-grabbing antics at MTV's annual Video Music Awards, has upped the ante. And Twitter loves it.
Dolly Parton has formally opened the doors of the latest addition to her growing Dollywood theme park empire, the "DreamMore" resort.
Tania Bryer speaks to fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg about her extraordinary life.
In part two, designer Diane von Furstenberg talks to Tania Bryer about starting again in the fashion business.
The different behavior on the Dow and the other US indexes suggests the current retreat is driven by panicky sentiment, not a genuine trend change.
The Death Cross sounds suitably terrifying and ominous, but its signals are not reliable.
Strong, fast downtrends don't normally reverse direction quickly so there's a high probability of price consolidation.