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The week ahead holds plenty of potential surprises, from the French election to the possible shut down of the U.S. government.
Samsung Bioepis has won regulatory approval for key biosimilar drug, the first time the company's product has been approved for U.S. use.
Voters this weekend will vote on eleven candidates in the first round of the election.
Marine Le Pen has urged the government to immediately restore state borders after a suspected terror attack in Paris, according to a Reuters report.
Trump believes the road to disarming North Korea runs through China. But here's the problem with that logic, writes Vox's Zeeshan Aleem.
Treasury will not grant special permission to Exxon Mobil to carry out oil and gas drilling in Russia while sanctions remain intact.
South Korea's Samsung Bioepis wins U.S. FDA nod for biosimilar of J&J's Remicade.
The news comes after embattled GOP Rep. Devin Nunes recused himself from the investigation earlier this month.
German police have arrested a 28-year-old market trader suspected of being responsible for an attack on the Borussia Dortmund football team.
Ambivalence and indecision among French voters could bring about an unexpected result.
South Korea said on Friday it was on heightened alert ahead of another important anniversary in North Korea.
The man who shot dead a French policeman in an Islamist militant attack had served time for armed assaults on law enforcement officers; police sources.
Germany's finance minister has played down concerns over the impact of the upcoming French election on the euro.
Tensions in Venezuela have escalated recently as people flooded the streets protesting the regime of President Nicolas Maduro.
The China growth story is making global titans of some of the nation's hottest companies, which are even challenging the likes of Facebook.
Singapore's reputation for law and order doesn't appear to have preceded it, at least as far as one U.S. cop show is concerned.
IMAX CEO Richard Gelfond talks to CNBC Life Hacks Live about career advice.
Gaming websites could be spawning a new breed of cybercriminals, according to research which claims that young people are being led into hacking crimes.
British retail sales posted their biggest quarterly fall in seven years during the first three months of 2017.
Australian social media platform Tinybeans markets itself as a secure way for protective parents to digitally document their children's lives.
Many businesses and citizens are once more intensely debating the importance of political leadership and the potentially negative impact its absence can create.
Paint will be available to download for free from the Windows Store.
Presidents Trump and Obama made the same mistake, a former Reagan aide tells CNBC.
CNBC Meets speaks to legendary country musician Dolly Parton on her life, career and future business plans.
CNBC Meets speaks to Dolly Parton, who takes the time to discuss her humble beginnings, business acumen and success as a music icon.
Dolly Parton talks to CNBC about her business acumen with Dollywood, her film career, and the success of her "Imagination Library".
The Australian dollar has grown stronger as U.S. dollar weakens, Daryl Guppy writes.
A correction in the Nasdaq is a high probability, Daryl Guppy writes.
The double bottom in the Shanghai index has developed successfully and the rally has paused just below the target level of 3,200. Daryl Guppy writes.