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Simon Xie is the only individual besides Executive Chairman Jack Ma who owns the domestic Chinese companies.
Investors should not play the game of trying to pinpoint the timing, the extent and the speed of policy changes by the Fed.
The unfolding Russia-Ukraine crisis isn't a systemic risk, one expert said, warning that the Middle East and Africa deserve greater attention.
Scotland's historic independence vote is ahead, and the result could cause market turmoil.
He warned that a recent spate of antitrust investigations against foreign companies could have serious implications for relations, the WSJ reported.
No injuries were reported when a power outage occurred at a southern New Jersey amusement park, leaving some people briefly stuck on rides.
With all the new Apple products introduced this week, it might be the software that makes the biggest splash.
Denis McDonough is denying claims the administration threatened legal action against the families of kidnapped Americans if they paid ransoms.
Many people nearing retirement grapple with choosing whether to retire "in place" or move to a new location. Here's what to think about.
Matchmaking data can mean romance for some, but it also offers further proof dating stereotypes ring true—men still like younger women.
The family owners of beer company Heineken have rejected a takeover approach from beer conglomerate SABMiller, Bloomberg reported.
A Manhattan mansion owned by an oil heiress who never lived there has sold for $42.5 million, according to the New York Daily News.
Brazil federal prosecutors have filed criminal charges against Eike Batista, accusing the fallen tycoon of market manipulation.
French luxury group LVMH's watch brand TAG Heuer has plans to launch its own smartwatch, the head of its watch business told a Swiss newspaper.
Islamic State militants, who once relied on wealthy Persian Gulf donors for money, have become a self-sustaining financial juggernaut.
As of 9 a.m. ET Sunday, these are the estimated "available to ship" dates for each model of both phones, if ordered directly from Apple.
A company that uses solar is helping to keep oil drilling viable.
U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer is proposing legislation to ban 10 flame retardants from upholstered furniture and children's products.
North Korea sentenced U.S. citizen Matthew Todd Miller to six years hard labour for committing "hostile acts" as a tourist to the isolated country, a statement carried by state media said on Sunday.
Australia became the first country to detail troop numbers and aircraft for a U.S.-led coalition fighting Islamic State militants, as Washington drums up support for global action.