China is extending control to commodities exchanges with new rules for automated trading in futures.
The proposal aims to limit the number of participants in a single lenders' consortium, to encourage best practices among banks.
South Korea will tackle its "zombie company" problem by setting up the first restructuring firm back by the government and banks later this year.
The luxury goods market is facing several severe headwinds, from tumultuous U.S. markets to the "demonization of the rich."
As Uber continues its expansion into China ... CNBC looks at some of the leaders in the country and how the market will expand.
Just like in 2000, investors have little confidence in stock valuations, but are confident in short-term market prospects, Robert Shiller said.
Bosses of some of the world's biggest automakers have shrugged off concerns over future economic growth in China.
US crude closed 1.3% higher after the White House said it does not support a bill to repeal a 40-year-old ban on exports of crude oil.
Trouble in China has clearly harmed investor sentiment around Apple. But any such concerns are misplaced, some analysts and investors maintain.
Investor appetite for risk assets has deteriorated sharply on concerns about China and emerging markets, a Bank of America Merrill Lynch survey shows.
The legal profession faces a "war for talent" as law firms battle to hire the best staff in the U.K., according to the CEO of the first British legal company to list in London.
With Sunday's Greek election looming, the top two candidates—Tsipras and conservative rival Meimarakis—face off at a debate.
Amid a volatile Chinese stock market and fears over a U.S. Fed rate hike, European stocks can be great investment, data from Markit shows.
General Electric is planning to move 500 jobs overseas, citing the Export-Import Bank expiration.
A raft of European Union countries have unilaterally re-imposed border checks and the region's justice ministers failed to agree on a plan.
Recruiting a greater proportion of women onto boards may lead to more stable banking institutions, a new report from the IMF suggests.
Consumers have complained about advertisements claiming that Americans can receive retirement benefits from Canada.
The long saga of U.K. membership of the European Union may end with a historic and traumatic as pro-Europeans face an onslaught from right and left.
Getting kids up to scratch in reading and math will better prepare them for the digital future than schools investing computers, the OECD said.
Ex-ECB President Trichet has a message for Fed chair Janet Yellen – ignore the IMF and World Bank's warnings and keep all options on the table.
Unfortunately for the athletes, sometimes it's not the game people remember from the Super Bowl. Here are the top show-stopping moments.
Morgan Stanley has downgraded its outlook for oil prices, expecting the supply and demand imbalance to continue for another two years.
World food prices fell to almost a seven-year low at the start of the year on the back of sharp declines in commodities, particularly sugar.
CNBC Meets hosted a special event in New York, speaking to a panel of celebrities and business leaders including Richard Branson and Ashley Judd on their philanthropic goals and aspirations.
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.
Will dollar strength continue? It's a question most effectively answered with chart analysis of the dollar Index.
The recent rally from near $1.05 remains part of the strong downtrend move towards the $1.00 support target.
The long, steady decline of the Australian dollar – and the Australian economy – continues.