Hours after the blast that ruptured an eardrum and left a 9-inch gash in one leg -- but spared her life -- Amanda North knew it was time to stop waiting and get to work on her dream company.
Telecom Italia SpA shareholders yesterday voted for a board with Giuseppe Recchi as chairman after months of clashes over the indebted company.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said the tide is turning in the country’s three-year civil after a string of military triumphs by his forces.
Global finance chiefs are trying to soup up their crisis-hit economic engines.
Bubba Watson used a steady putter and prodigious drives to overcome 20-year-old Jordan Spieth and win his second Masters Tournament title in fewer attempts than any golfer since Arnold Palmer 54 years ago.
The Canadian dollar’s best rally in 2 1/2 years will run out of steam before the currency revisits its high for 2014, the nation’s biggest lender predicts.
Chinese stock traders haven’t been whipsawed like they are now in almost 20 years.
Marks & Spencer Group Plc shares declined after the U.K.’s largest apparel retailer said discounting in the fourth quarter hurt profitability.
We're at a turning point, where renewables are becoming the cheapest form of energy, even without subsidies. Last year the kitten hesitated. Soon it will pounce.
Stocks rallied in Hong Kong and Shanghai, led by brokerages, after China said it would allow a combined 23.5 billion yuan ($3.8 billion) of daily cross-border trading in equities.
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