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Technology is drastically narrowing the global labor market, the World Bank's chief economist told CNBC at the World Economic Forum in Tianjin.
One of the world’s best-known billionaires got involved in the Scottish independence debate, as the small state shifts to the top of the agenda.
The US and EU plan to stop billions of dollars in oil exploration in Russia by energy companies including Exxon Mobil and BP.
Travelers journeying to Tokyo this September might be a little shocked to find out what is on offer.
The judge in Oscar Pistorius' trial on murder and firearms charges pronounces her verdict on Thursday, the NYT reports.
Microsoft's potential purchase of Mojang could be the winning ticket to expanding its mobile business, analysts said.
China's consumer inflation eased in August while wholesale deflation intensified, clouding the outlook for an economy struggling to stage a convincing recovery.
Although he said troops would not serve combat roles there, Obama announced he is sending another 475 service members to Iraq.
A federal insider trading investigation is broadening to include several hedge funds in light of new evidence, the WSJ reported.
There are a deck of "wild cards" that could trip up the global economy in the coming year.
In T-Mobile's battle for wireless customers, beginning Sept. 17, users will be able to make and receive calls and messages over Wi-Fi.
NBA star Carmelo Anthony is looking to expand his expertise from basketball star to "digital athlete" by investing in tech.
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While experts differed on what Obama should say, they cautioned against drawing any bright lines for future military involvement.
League executives have insisted they didn't see the violent images until this week.
The founder of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America says they want corporations to take the lead on gun-violence prevention.
Wal-Mart said it will sell the newest suite of Apple iPhones below the recommended price.
Troubled McDonald's may be trying to concoct a new meal segment: McBrunch, USA Today reports.
Disney's CFO says Apple Pay makes life easier for its guests and employees, and also addresses the company's acquisition of Maker.