Trans-Pacific Partnership Deal Isn't Secret, Says US Official, But Access To Text Is Highly Restricted
U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman defended the proposed TPP deal against charges of secrecy.
Iraq PM Haider Al Abadi Says Baghdad Sharing Intelligence With Saudis
Shiite-led Iraq and the richest Sunni power are cooperating to halt the Islamic State group.
Blackstone Group's Stephen Schwarzman Says More Money Won't Improve Public Education
The U.S. private equity investor also called for unpaid labor at public schools.
French President François Hollande Pledges Active Foreign Policy
French President François Hollande on Friday vowed that his country will continue undaunted in the fight against terrorism.
Billionaire Currency Trader George Soros Warns Against Investing Public Pension Money In Hedge Funds
The billionaire investor joins Warren Buffett in telling public officials to be wary of high-risk investments with public money.
Climate Change 2015: Countries Should Take Advantage Of Cheap Oil Prices And Put A Charge On Carbon Emissions
"Closing the Climate Deal" panelists in Davos said politicians should capitalize on falling oil prices and slap a fee on carbon emissions.
As Ebola Outbreak Recedes, Global Health Care Leaders Focus On Prevention, Coordinated Action
Global health care leaders at the World Economic Forum reveal lessons learned from the latest Ebola outbreak.
Google's Schmidt To Davos: We Don't Have A Monopoly On The Internet
The search giant's chairman says new competition is arising every day on a number of fronts.
ISIS Gaining Strength, Warns Iraqi VP Ayad Allawi
"Let us face the facts as they are," Ayad Allawi told the World Economic Forum.
JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon Accepts Obama Capital Gains Tax Hike
As the White House begins to address economic inequality, Wall Street leaders appear to be warming to President Obama.
Huawei Founder Ren Zhengfei Dismisses Chinese Military Connections
Ren Zhengfei's appealing narrative amounts to a deft attempt to turn his People's Liberation Army connection to his advantage.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang Says China's Slowing Economic Growth Will Not Hurt Global Commerce
In fact, by carefully easing its economic growth rate, China will contribute to global economic growth, the Chinese premier said.
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Al Gore And Pharrell Williams Launch Climate Change Concert
One-day, six-continent event is designed to pressure negotiators at the U.N.'s upcoming climate change conference in Paris.
China's Global Investments Shift From Raw Materials To Manufacturing
China's shifting of production abroad could be a profound driver of employment through much of the developing world.
Bank of America CEO Says Public Anger At Banks Is 'Understandable'
In an interview with IBTimes, Brian Moynihan said Congress should implement financial reforms passed in the wake of the 2008 crisis.
China's New Normal Trades Pace of Growth For Less Corruption, Pollution
In Davos, the term “New Normal" has come to describe a new mode of development that will trump the old obsession with growth at any cost.
In Davos, Economic Inequality On The Agenda
Many of the world's wealthiest have convened in a luxurious resort to discuss income inequality -- and to reject higher taxes for the rich.
Despite Threat, Few CEOs Say Climate Change Should Be Government Focus
Despite the threat of big climate-related costs to business, CEOs want government to focus more on cutting taxes than on carbon emissions.