Here's How Money Gets Printed
January 15 2014 8:30 AM EST
The currency printing process from A to Z is explained in this infographic.
Fukushima Nuclear Plant Operator Gets Japan Gov't OK For Corporate Overhaul
January 15 2014 7:37 AM EST
The Japanese government approved a plan that Fukushima plant operator hopes will revive company finances.
Here’s Why Zambia Wants Africa-Wide Mining Standards
January 14 2014 11:33 AM EST
Zambia has announced a plan to standardize mining practices between African countries to keep foreign companies from overstepping labor standards.
Silver Mining CEO Talks Markets And Outlook
January 10 2014 6:04 AM EST
The CEO of Coeur Mining spoke with IBTimes about the silver industry, and his remarks were candid and wide-ranging.
‘Bridgeghazi’ Backlash - Why Conservatives Are Fuming Over Christie Hashtag
January 09 2014 2:11 PM EST
The #Bridgeghazi hashtag is being condemned by conservatives as liberals use it with glee - underscoring their polarized political lenses.
Here's The Impact Cheaper Food Will Have On US Fast Food Sector
January 08 2014 1:24 PM EST
What's more, the argument runs counter to common Wall Street wisdom on commodities and fast food profit margins.
How Poorly Did Commodities Fare In 2013?
January 08 2014 10:11 AM EST
Three of four major types of commodities fared poorly, on boosted global supply and fears over U.S. monetary policy.
Cold Snap In US Weather Heats Up Commodity Prices
January 07 2014 12:19 PM EST
The coldest temperatures in 20 years may boost agricultural commodity prices in coming weeks.
The Rise, And Fall, Of Commodity ETFs
January 07 2014 9:23 AM EST
Assets managed by commodity exchange-traded funds saw their biggest decline ever in 2013, according to ETF Securities.
Commodity Investors Beginning To See Value In A Hot Cup Of Coffee
January 07 2014 9:01 AM EST
Inflows into coffee exchange-traded products totaled $203 million for the year, a new record.
2013 Commodity Markets - A Tale Of Two Camps
January 06 2014 12:11 PM EST
Commodity prices usually rise and fall together, but last year was an exception.
Starbucks Defends Frappuccino Trademark Warning To Missouri Brewery
January 03 2014 9:08 AM EST
Brewpub owner Jeff Britton got a cease-and-desist letter from Starbucks asking him to rename one of his beers.
American Agriculture 2014: Bearish Signals And Farmland Bubbles Abound
January 01 2014 10:34 AM EST
Analysts see a fall from recent peaks in industrial agricultural spending by farmers, which could hurt equipment dealers, farmers and farmland investors.
Gold In 2014: Chinese New Year And U.S. Economic Data Remain Key
December 31 2013 10:45 AM EST
Gold has had a terrible year, but analysts expect a slightly better outlook for 2014.
America's Journey From Reefer Madness To Reefer Business
December 31 2013 10:42 AM EST
Marijuana for recreational use goes on sale in Colorado tomorrow. How we got here is unspooled in this infographic.
Photo Essay: Digging For White Gold
December 31 2013 9:47 AM EST
The hilly southern area of Italy's northwestern Piedmont region is the country's capital of white truffles.
China's Pollution Restricts Creation Of New Farmland
December 30 2013 2:26 PM EST
As China struggles to feed a growing and increasingly urban population, pollution threatens its ability to expand agricultural production.
From The Ground Up: Four Reasons (Some) Analysts Are Wrong About Cotton Prices
December 24 2013 12:10 PM EST
It's too early to be depressed -- or delighted if you're an apparel maker -- about a possible drop in the price of cotton.
Rio Tinto To Review Stake In Alaska's Pebble Mine Project
December 23 2013 12:07 PM EST
The decision follows pressure by major pension funds.
Men Shop More Than Women: Study
December 23 2013 10:57 AM EST
A new study indicates that men are worth 24 percent more than women to retailers over a lifetime.