Once again, it's the German speakers who pinch their pennies.
Israeli businessman Beny Steinmetz has labelled George Soros "nuts" and accused him of trying to upset his hopes of developing the Simandou iron ore mine in Guinea, according to a media report.
The Chinese government has criticised international ratings agency Moody's, saying its first ratings downgrade in 30 years was based on "inappropriate methods" of pro cyclical rating.
President Donald Trump's first budget is simply an extended tweet and truly remarkable in its unseriousness. To see why, try for a moment to take it seriously.
Target has agreed to pay $US18.5 million ($24.78 million) to settle investigations by dozens of US states over a 2013 hack of its database, in which the personal information of millions of customers was stolen.
Ford Motors is replacing embattled Chief Executive Mark Fields with a turnaround specialist who has been leading the automaker's moves into self-driving cars.
Roger Ailes, who died Thursday at the age of 77, left behind a legacy as a builder of a conservative media empire and a strategist for dozens of political campaigns.
The Aussie brands conquering the wallets of Chinese millennials.
Emmanuel Macron has a mandate for change that his predecessor sorely lacked
For those who consider themselves experts or even gifted amateurs on United States politics, there are opportunities to punt that knowledge.
Roger Ailes, the founder and former CEO of Fox News, has died at the age of 77.
The First Daughter's apparel brand is facing criticism from a labour-rights group for relying on Chinese factories that it says force some employees to work long shifts at the equivalent of about a dollar an hour.
The widening of a US ban on carrying electronic devices aboard aircraft to include flights from Europe would cost travellers more than $1 billion, the airline industry's global lobby group said.
The Brazilian government has moved to distance itself from explosive revelations of corruption by President Michel Temer.
Mining giants warn laws could put local companies at risk and prevent them from taking up new investments overseas.
For the first time, the anti-Trump resistance movement is setting its sights on a corporation: McDonald's. Their goal: To rally the fast-food giant to pay an hourly minimum wage of $20, and to allow its workers to unionise.
Has the word Google become so synonymous with online searches that the brand should lose its status as a protected trademark?
Forget about soft drinks and potato chips - a "vending machine" in Singapore is offering up luxury vehicles, including Bentleys.
Bill Gates has gone on a tweetstorm, handing out ideas on what career to do, what is his favourite book and what his one regret is
Want to have your personal fortress? Interest in castles has grown amid of the popularity of books and shows like "Downton Abbey," "Game of Thrones" and the Harry Potter series.
A hedge fund manager says the British tax collection agency can't investigate his 2009 finances because of a mistake in the letter warning him about the probe.
China is one of the few countries in the world today with money to spend, and Xi Jinping is ready to write some cheques.
The Manhattan lawyer representing about two dozen people in harassment suits against Fox News lashed out against the Murdoch media empire, seeking to influence regullators over its $20 billion bid to buy the rest of pay-TV provider Sky.
Several publications credited Catherine Hettinger as the inventor of the fidget spinner. Only she isn’t.
Consumers are increasingly shopping online, spending more time on mobile apps, and getting groceries delivered to their homes. And that's hitting Coca-Cola in ways you might not expect.
Volkswagen's top two managers are being investigated over allegations of market manipulation, deepening the carmaker's legal woes in connection with the diesel scandal.
Testifying in court, former colleagues said the bank retroactively condemned information sharing that before the foreign-exchange scandal had been encouraged and rewarded.
Warren Buffett likened unemployed workers to animals that are helpless to avoid car crashes, and said the government must do more to help those displaced by competition from overseas and technology.
Ferrari achieved a rare feat by generating profit margins on par with Apple, as the rich clamor for powerful and pricey supercars like the $2.1 million LaFerrari Aperta.
The Indonesian government has launched a $US2 billion ($2.6 billion) lawsuit against the company responsible for the worst oil spill in the history of Australia's offshore petroleum industry.