Deutsche Bank: Shame On You, Traders
January 15 2014 7:39 AM EST
Deutsche said the alleged manipulations by traders affected several major currencies in the $5.3 trillion-a-day forex market.
Europe Data Shows Decline In Trade
January 15 2014 6:06 AM EST
The EU's trade balance slightly declined in November on a monthly basis, while the euro zone trade surplus topped consensus estimates.
SET Moves Some Ops To A Mall As Protests Escalate
January 15 2014 2:57 AM EST
Anti-government protests and a shut-down call have partially paralyzed Bangkok, affecting business and trade in the nation's capital.
General Motors Pays It Forward
January 15 2014 12:26 AM EST
The move underscores the automaker's remarkable turnaround since its bailout in 2009 in the wake of the financial crisis.
Alleged Dropbox Hack Was A Perfectly Timed Hoax
January 11 2014 12:46 PM EST
Was the company brought down in honor of programmer-activist Aaron Swartz?
Can Heart Attack Be Detected With Blood Test?
January 11 2014 10:34 AM EST
The "fluid phase biopsy" can reportedly detect high-risk patients.
What The Latest Europe GDP Report Means For Commerce
January 10 2014 7:04 AM EST
The final reading of third-quarter GDP growth in the euro zone and EU were little changed from previous estimates.
A France, Spain, UK Factory Data Surprise
January 10 2014 5:47 AM EST
Better-than-expected industrial production data from France, after a slew of disappointing numbers, could be an encouraging sign.
West Virginia Declares Emergency After Chemical Spill
January 10 2014 4:51 AM EST
Schools will remain closed until the emergency is lifted and residents have been advised not to use tap water.
Devyani Khobragade Heads Home
January 10 2014 1:41 AM EST
Although diplomatic immunity protected her from prosecution, her indictment would prevent her from returning to the U.S.
BoE Sticks To The Script
January 09 2014 7:43 AM EST
Indicators such as unemployment and inflation are edging closer to limits set by the bank to rescue the economy from the financial crisis.
Trade Data Show UK Improving, France Stuck
January 09 2014 5:23 AM EST
UK's trade data reflected a sustained recovery in the economy, while French data pointed to a worsening fall in exports.
Dennis Rodman Apologizes For Rant
January 09 2014 4:29 AM EST
Dennis Rodman's friendship with Kim Jong Un has been the subject of much speculation and criticism.
Samsung And Apple Head To The Negotiating Table
January 09 2014 2:13 AM EST
The two gadget giants are locked in bitter patent disputes in many markets around the world.
Facebook's First Acquisition In India
January 09 2014 1:14 AM EST
Little Eye Labs was co-founded in May 2012 by a group of entrepreneurs.
Anti-Smoking Crusade Saved Millions Of American Lives; Number Of Smokers Worldwide Hit 1 Billion; High Smoking Prevalence In China, Russia Offsets Global Gains
January 08 2014 9:32 AM EST
Anti-tobacco measures have saved millions of lives in the U.S., and other countries, even as the number of smokers increased worldwide.
Indian Diplomat's Visa Fraud Case Strains US Ties
January 08 2014 9:12 AM EST
The latest retaliatory measure comes ahead of the Jan.13 deadline for the indictment of Devyani Khobragade.
Huge NYC Police, Firefighter Social Security Fraud
January 08 2014 8:09 AM EST
The accused claimed they suffered from PTSD after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, but investigators found them leading normal lives.
Are The Great Lakes Destined To Be Stuck With Asian Carp?
January 07 2014 7:38 AM EST
A long-awaited report to keep Asian carp from invading the Great Lakes suggests eight different strategies.
Inflation Data Show Fragile Nature Of Europe's Recovery
January 07 2014 5:56 AM EST
Inflation in the euro zone and the EU remained well below the ECB's target rate.