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The spokeswoman for Robin Williams' family debunked widespread reports that the comedian, who died Monday in a suspected suicide, had money troubles.
North Korea fired three short-range rockets off its east coast on Thursday, shortly before Pope Francis arrived in Seoul on his first visit to Asia.
Higher costs and weak sales forced Wal-Mart to slice its full-year estimates.
UPS and FedEx have received licenses in China to extend express package services to Beijing and other cities without needing joint-venture partners.
The company said that its green coffee prices have jumped about 55 percent in the past year.
A Russian aid convoy destined for rebel-held territory in eastern Ukraine resumed its disputed southward journey on Thursday.
New U.S. claims for unemployment benefits rose more than expected last week, as July import prices fell on lower petroleum costs.
Activists hacked the Twitter account of the Russian Prime Minister on Thursday to announce he was resigning from government.
Broker has become a dirty word in the financial advisor business, but the fee-based model isn't always the best approach.
The Middle East and other oil-producing countries are hotbeds of instability. So why is oil falling instead of rising?
U.S. foreclosure activity jumped in July for the first time in four months as lenders scheduled more properties for auction, an industry report said.
If history repeats itself, stocks will dip when the Fed exits the bond-buying business for good, data suggest.
Euro zone economic growth was stagnant in the second quarter, missing market expectations, official data showed.
CNBC looks at which countries may be worst hit, both environmentally and economically, by climate change.
A senior official of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) will travel to Kiev and Moscow for talks.
Global gold demand saw a sharp year on year decrease as levels steady following the blow-out numbers seen in the same period last year.
A Beirut bank account at an Arab Bank branch, unremarkable except for the name: Osama Hamdan, a spokesman for Hamas, the NYT reports.
Bill Ackman is planning to raise around $4 billion by listing a new investment vehicle in London, the FT reports.
China's sharp credit growth slowdown in July may signal rising default risks in some parts of the economy, analysts said.