The demise of BlackBerry may have spelled trouble for its hometown, instead the tech hub is booming.
Washington Post says the main US cable providers should be able to merge, but with conditions.
European hedge funds' assets hit a record high for the first quarter of this year.
The Federal Reserve may be about to turn more aggressive in its regulation of the financial system.
A Bridgestone executive and two former officials are indicted for conspiring to fix prices.
Chinese policymakers try to rein in a credit binge, while meeting a target of 7.5 per cent economic growth.
Third-largest US bank saw losses on troubled assets narrow, but revenue fell in many of its major businesses.
Mexico plans to fight money laundering by using "kingpin" lists, but it isn't clear how the process will work.
Aussie media tycoon Lachlan Murdoch's luxury superyacht is turning turning heads on Nelson's waterfront.
Market manipulation appears rife on the ASX compared to other major markets, researchers say.
Australia is about to be hit by a wave of international capital bidding for NZ$119b worth of infrastructure assets.
Despite Europe's fledgling economic recovery, its unlikely its biggest banks will return to pre-GFC employment levels.
The United Arab Emirates hopes to create more jobs for young people, by boosting entrepreneurship.
The ECB will ease monetary policy further if the euro keeps strengthening, in an effort to ward off deflation.
Media mogul Rupert Murdoch was "shocked" by reports his ex-wife kept diary entries about Tony Blair.
Coca-Cola shares have hit a 23 year low after it announced it expects a NZ$65m hit to earnings in the first half.
Checking work email after hours is no longer allowed for many workers in France.
The US could relieve Europe and Ukraine's energy dependence on Russia if it overturned a ban on its crude oil exports.
Legendary Swiss investor predicts a 1987-type Wall Street crash this year - only it will be worse.
US carmaker puts two engineers on paid leave during an investigation into ignition switches after 13 deaths.