The single "Invisible" will debut during the Super Bowl.
Three of four major types of commodities fared poorly, on boosted global supply and fears over U.S. monetary policy.
One of the last taxpayer-guaranteed export-import incentives of the year benefits GE, Caterpillar.
The stage is set for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil with the group stages confirmed. The U.S. will face Germany, Ghana, and Portugal in June.
All eyes turn to the Brazilian resort of Costa do Sauipe on Friday for the group-stage draw for the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
Where we choose to spend our travel dollars has a bigger impact than you may realize on international goodwill.
The makeup of the pots for the 2014 FIFA World Cup, means that there is a strong chance of at least one “group of death.”
Violent pirates are raiding ships off West Africa's coast, threatening the region's oil supply
Scientists found two nasty kinds of virus -- the rabies-like Lagos bat virus and henipaviruses -- in a survey of straw-colored fruit bats.
Addis Ababa should be one of Africa's brightest tech hotspots, but the government is slowing things down.
Will the discovery of major oil reserves be good or bad for Western Ghana? The jury is still out.
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Samsung sets sights on doubling its business in sub-Saharan Africa but it will face challenges from local taxation, infrastructure, and cheap Chinese gear.
Sub-Saharan Africa is poised for growth, and investors are interested despite challenges plaguing the area.
Vicky Hammah was fired as a deputy minister over comments that were secretrly recorded.
The move comes at a time when American companies are increasingly giving up international projects to invest back home.
African governments raised a record $8 billion in bonds this year, contributing to the continent's exposure to global financial breakdowns.
African leaders decided Saturday to push for an amendment barring the International Criminal Court from trying sitting heads of state.
Nearly 500 people were believed to be on board the boat, which embarked from Tripoli, and which was set on fire to alert passing ships.
The company hopes to build up a market among Africa's subsistence farming communities.
Kenya laid out reasons why travel warnings would only make a bad situation worse, but that didn’t stop the U.S. from issuing one.
Kenya was already facing political, economic and social challenges before this weekend's tragedy.