US Treasury Criticizes Yuan's 'Unprecedented' Movement
April 16 2014 7:37 AM EDT
China's GDP growth slowed to its slowest pace in 18 months; as a result, officials are looking for ways to maintain the 7.5% target growth rate.
Ebola Outbreak In Guinea, Update [VIDEO]
April 03 2014 4:35 PM EDT
Ebola is responsible for killing at least 80 people in Guinea, so what are authorities doing to contain the deadly virus?
Why 2014 Tribeca Film Festival Is Paying Interns
March 28 2014 3:29 PM EDT
Until now, interns at the Tribeca Film Festival worked unpaid: Christopher Zara explains why this year they are doing things differently.
Northwestern's Football Labor Ruling Has A Long Road To Fruition
March 28 2014 7:02 AM EDT
It will be months before players have their day in court, even if the left-leaning NLRB upholds Wednesday's decision.
Bitcoin's Bitter History In China
March 27 2014 11:28 AM EDT
People's Bank of China is now requiring banks to close all accounts opened by operators of bitcoin exchanges.
A Look At Asian-American Domination In Elite Schools
March 26 2014 6:21 AM EDT
Asian Americans are heavily overrepresented in New York City's top public high schools.
Did Venezuela Just Massively Devalue Its Currency?
March 25 2014 7:40 AM EDT
Venezuela launched a new free-floating foreign exchange system on Monday.
Dozens Quit HSBC's Hong Kong Office For Chinese Banks
March 11 2014 7:02 AM EDT
Some banks like HSBC are trying to trim their retail-brokerage arms as competition is heating up in an already tough market.
Bitcoin Star Autumn Radtke Found Dead; Suicide Suspected
March 06 2014 11:40 AM EST
Autumn Radtke was called a “rising star” in the bitcoin community.
Russia Plays The Money Card - Threatens To Dump US Treasurys, If West Imposes Sanctions
March 04 2014 10:18 AM EST
Russia's oil wealth has allowed the nation to amass a stake amounting to 1.4 percent of outstanding U.S. debt.
Russian Market Plunges, Energy Giant Gazprom Hit
March 03 2014 7:59 AM EST
Amid the Ukraine crisis, the Moscow stock market plunged 10 percent and the central bank spent $10 billion of its reserves to prop up the ruble.
Asian Markets React To Ukraine War Fears
March 03 2014 1:41 AM EST
The Ukrainian army has been on "combat alert" and the Ukrainian ambassador to UN claims that there are 15,000 Russian troops in Crimea.
British Police Apprehends 110 People For Investment Scams
March 01 2014 11:59 AM EST
Warrants are issued for 35 buildings and houses, and about $837,000 in cash is confiscated.
Mt. Gox Falls, And Chinese Bitcoin Investors Rejoice
February 28 2014 11:04 AM EST
The price tumble from the fall of Mt. Gox has surprisingly benefited China's bitcoin exchanges. Here's why.
Uganda Scoffs At World Bank, West's Decision To Postpone Aid
February 28 2014 1:55 AM EST
The World Bank counts the East African nation of Uganda among the poorest countries in the world.
Japan Dropped Nuclear Bomb On U.S. In World War II, Pakistan’s Real Name is ‘Islamic Islamabad’: Indian Textbook
February 27 2014 2:08 PM EST
The faulty textbooks are being used by more than 50,000 children in scores of schools across the state.
The Top 10 US Consumer Complaints
February 27 2014 11:44 AM EST
There's one thing that really bothers American consumers, and it's not bait-and-switch tactics by retailers.
MtGox's Website Is Down; Is This The End Of The Bitcoin Exchange?
February 24 2014 11:58 PM EST
MtGox, the once most populous bitcoin exchange, is down as of Monday night. The website is non-responsive, loading only a blank page.
Why Mt. Gox Resigned From Bitcoin's Board
February 24 2014 6:50 AM EST
The resignation is the latest development following a string of technical difficulties on the exchange.
South Carolina Lawmakers Punish Colleges For Assigning LGBT Books
February 20 2014 12:37 PM EST
South Carolina lawmakers have decided to cut funding for a pair of colleges that assigned students LGBT books.