Investors will be looking to see how strong Google's paid search business was in the second quarter to gauge its mobile strength.
Hamas fired 10 rockets at Israel after the end of the temporary truce.
The foundation this week of the BRICS Development Bank has highlighted the problems with the current system of global governance, says Jim O'Neill.
Rupert Murdoch’s audacious offer for Time Warner that if it succeeds would cement his status as the most powerful U.S. media magnate.
Russian stock markets were sharply lower following the announcement of new sanctions, and analysts warned of tougher penalties on the way.
General Electric is in talks to sell its century-old household appliances business for as much as $2.5 billion, Bloomberg reported.
The former House speaker takes to Facebook to muster support for a polar bear in Argentina.
Foreclosures in June hit the lowest level since July 2006, before the housing price bubble burst.
They are the best-liked potential 2016 candidates, a new survey says.
Microsoft is set to cut more than 6,000 jobs in an announcement expected early Thursday, as it trims its newly acquired Nokia phone business.
The Kentucky Republican hopes to use his views on surveillance to woo potential voters.
Privacy advocates disagree over how best to end the government's bulk phone records program.
John Malone's Liberty Global has bought a 6.4 percent stake in ITV from BSkyB, lifting shares in the British broadcaster.
UBS saw 15.4 percent growth in its wealth management business for 2013, firmly securing its position as world leader in the sector.
What is drawing thousands of children to America's doorstep is hope. What is prompting their loving families to send them on perilous, expensive journeys over hundreds of miles in the hands of strange men is hope. But what is awaiting them is confusion, conflict, and despair.
A former methamphetamine dealer was executed Wednesday for killing three people in remote northern Missouri out of fear that they would report his drug activity to police.
Hundreds of people have been told to leave their homes in Washington state, and hundreds more houses are threatened by a wildfire that has raced across two square miles of forest, forced part of the area's main road to close, and raised a plume of smoke that can be seen from Seattle.
Tariq Abu Khdeir, 15, who relatives say was beaten by Israeli authorities, flew back to Tampa, Fla., and was greeted by cheering supporters waving American and Palestinian flags.
Back-to-school shopping is expected to rise on an increase in school supplies and higher demand for electronics.
For over a decade, the General Motors legal department quietly worked to contain the damage of defective ignition switches.