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North Korea's nuclear aggression buys the country billions in aid money, according to Tufts University professor Sung-Yoon Lee.
Some strategists are now advising investors to prepare for more turbulence ahead in the short term.
The American workplace is grueling, stressful and surprisingly hostile, a study of 3,066 U.S. workers found.
Jim Cramer explains why young investors stand to benefit from the magic of compounding.
Artificial intelligence could benefit countries that have a shortage of a young workers.
Uber's board has voted to move forward on proposals by two groups to buy shares in the service and it's considering a third offer. The NYT reports.
The digital currency bitcoin vaulted to a new record high above $4000 on Saturday, helped by strong Japanese demand.
Some are criticizing U.S. President Trump for threatening force against North Korea — and this may be what Trump wants, the FT reports.
A unit of China's Fosun Group and Shanghai Pharmaceuticals Holding Co are among bidders for a stake in U.S. speciality drugmaker Arbor Pharmaceuticals LLC.
Technician Scott Redler spots an ominous trend in the charts.
Australian Deputy PM Barnaby Joyce said he may be ineligible for parliament after being told he may have dual New Zealand citizenship.
Only a strong economy will keep Washington as a global center of gravity, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
Investors in Asia digested the release of better-than-expected second-quarter Japan GDP and a miss in China data on Monday.
In this week's Trader Poll, we want to know which jobs you think will be hit hardest by automation.
Beijing may be using underwater drones to strengthen its ambitions in the South China Sea.
Hawks in Washington want to impose sanctions on Chinese banks that may have dealings with North Korean companies, the SCMP reports.
Look for a big rise in a hot commodity during the winter, says energy trader Bill Perkins.
Japan's economy expanded at an annualized rate of 4.0 percent, compared with a median estimate for a 2.5 percent annualized increase in a Reuters poll.
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence said a a peaceful outcome is possible to domestic political turmoil in Venezuela.
Environmental watchers raise alarm over climate refugees, millions of whom could be displaced by the effects of a warming globe.