Nicaragua Canal Now Has A Start Date, But Nothing Else
November 26 2014 12:27 PM EST
The public is still in the dark about who's funding the project rivaling Panama, and what its environmental impact may be.
24 Dead After Coal Mine Fire In China
November 25 2014 9:16 PM EST
Twenty-four workers are dead and 52 are injured after a fire raged through a coal mine in China.
G-20 Aims To Boost Its GDP 2% By 2018
November 16 2014 10:27 AM EST
A European Union-U.S. free-trade agreement could be one factor in G-20 growth between now and then.
5 Things To Know About Keystone XL
November 13 2014 11:16 AM EST
A measure backing Keystone XL may pass Congress, but Obama is likely to veto any challenge to his authority over it.
Argentina Seeks Domestic Lenders In $1 Billion Bond Sale
October 17 2014 10:16 PM EDT
After years of economic woe, Argentina has announced another domestic bond sale this year that it hopes will raise $1 billion.
Baja Braces For Second Hurricane In Three Weeks
October 04 2014 4:32 PM EDT
Major Hurricane Simon looms as Mexico's Baja California is still cleaning up from Hurricane Odile.
US, Brazil To Resolve Trade Dispute Over Cotton Subsidies
October 01 2014 2:10 AM EDT
In 2002, Brazil filed a complaint in the World Trade Organization against U.S. trade subsidies, stating they were against global trade rules.
Why The US Is Telling Argentina How To Pay Off Its Debt
September 30 2014 1:56 PM EDT
South America's second-largest economy is battling American creditors in New York courts -- here's an explainer on the whole imbroglio.
Obama Says Islamic State Was Underestimated
September 28 2014 5:29 PM EDT
President Obama told "60 Minutes" he put too much trust into the Iraqi army.
Banks Warned: Guard Against 'Shellshock' Or Risk Huge Losses
September 27 2014 12:08 AM EDT
Banks need to update their software immediately to protect against Shellshock, experts say.
Argentinian Peso Fall May Have Silver Lining
September 26 2014 6:09 AM EDT
The decline of the Argentinian peso versus the dollar could have a silver lining for Argentinian farmers and exporters.
Argentina Facing Grim Economic Outlook
September 26 2014 5:45 AM EDT
Economists say the official data on the Argentinian economy is once again looking untrustworthy.
Are Mexican Drug Gangs Looking To Grow Their Own?
September 13 2014 10:30 AM EDT
The discovery of coca plants in Mexico hints at a big shift in Mexican cocaine operations, but don’t count on major changes soon.
What's Bothering Your Country? Here Are The Top Economic Concerns Around The World [MAP]
September 09 2014 4:59 PM EDT
In 18 of 25 emerging markets, citizens say rising prices are 'gravest' economic concern.
Farmers 'Ready to Fight' Against Mexico's 'Mega-Airport'
September 06 2014 2:05 PM EDT
Mexico hopes a new $9.2 billion airport will become Latin America's biggest travel hub. But the plans are opening up old wounds.
Brazil's Economy In Recession For First Time In 5 Years
August 29 2014 1:08 PM EDT
Investment and government spending are falling as consumer spending remains weak in Latin America's largest economy.
Burger King Poll: Will You Boycott If Company Moves To Canada?
August 26 2014 11:41 AM EDT
Weigh in here with your opinion on Burger King's planned move to Canada.
Five Of The Biggest Tax Inversion Deals
August 25 2014 12:16 PM EDT
Legal changes caused a slowdown in the number of inversions after the American Jobs Creation Act of 2004, but they have since rebounded.
Fed Interest Rate Policy Making Economists Nervous
August 17 2014 4:56 PM EDT
Economists hope the Federal Reserve doesn't wait too long before it starts raising interest rates.
Brazil’s World Cup Hangover: A Shrinking Economy
August 15 2014 2:53 PM EDT
June numbers from the central bank are the latest sign that Latin America's largest economy is slipping into recession.