The world's attention may have shifted to U.S. airstrikes on Syria, but West Africa continues to be ravaged by the worst outbreak of Ebola.
Bill Clinton predicts corporations will someday care less about maximizing profits and more about employees and society.
Resentment over wealthy foreigners buying up real estate has created new calls for a "mansion tax" in the U.K., but some warn it could hurt the property market.
The Russell 2000 index's drop has some questioning whether its decline is a harbinger of things to come for the broad market.
The two-step deal is valued at about $913.5 million.
Washington is moving closer to lifting an arms embargo, with initial sales likely to help Hanoi deal with growing naval challenges from China.
China's sudden move to inject targeted stimulus funds into its biggest banks last week could signal an impending period of currency weakness.
Governments are at risk of being infected by their own kind of "moral hazard" just as damaging as the mindset that led to the financial crisis, Citi analysts warn.
Tony James, president and COO of Blackstone, is disputing a recent published report that the $279 billion private equity group was "giving up on Russia."
Europe's fight with Google may be more complex than the 16-year battle against Microsoft, EU competition chief Joaquin Almunia says.
Art Cashin of UBS Financial Services says growth concerns and geopolitical tensions are dragging down global markets.
Apple spends $200 to $247 in parts and labor to build an iPhone 6, a teardown analysis of the device shows, Re/code reports.
Global goods trade will grow less than hoped this year and next, and factors including Ebola are putting growth at risk, the WTO said.
Obama emphasized that Americans were not acting alone but rather together with a coalition of Arab states and the support of more than 40 nations.
The US government has been promising a crackdown on tax inversion deals for months. Yet the measures announced Monday may not be disincentive enough.
London has trumped Hong Kong as the world’s most expensive city, according to a report from international estate agent Savills.
The U.S. formally joined ReCAAP, a Singapore-based, multinational organization battling piracy at sea.
Tesco, the UK supermarket chain battling an apparent $409m accounting error, has said its new finance director will start months earlier than planned.
Chinese manufacturing data was better than expected, but that's not helping equities.
Microsoft has set Sept. 29 as the new launch date for its Xbox One game console in China, the U.S. software giant said on Tuesday.
Malaysia's civil disobedience campaign has piled pressure on a scandal-ridden prime minister but is a departure on the cards? Unlikely, analysts say.
Despite gloomy predictions, analysts have struck a fairly sanguine tone over China's acceleration in the selling of its U.S debt reserves.
Fluctuations in the price of oil are strongly felt in West Texas, where fortunes are made and lost on black gold.
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 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.
Gold has dropped below its key support level near $1150, taking it to a new five-and-a-half-year low and setting the next support target near $980.