Cryptocurrencies are here to stay according to a major tech investor.
Saudi billionaire investor Prince Alwaleed bin Talal tells CNBC that bitcoin will implode one day.
Saudi Aramco CEO Amin Nasser denies reports that the oil giant's IPO will be delayed.
Shinzo Abe's recent triumph isn't expected to boost his ratings, which remain weak following a string of scandals.
Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) have become a primary means of fundraising for projects built on blockchain technology.
Europe's divisions are disheartening for people who expected a unifying continent of peace, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
CNBC takes a look at the internet of things and its potential in the years ahead.
China's exports to North Korea jumped 20.9 percent in the first three quarters of 2017, customs data showed.
The anti-establishment ANO party won 29.6 percent of the vote but may struggle to find coalition partners.
The presidents of Italy's wealthy northern regions of Veneto and Lombardy on Sunday claimed victory in autonomy referendums that seek to grab additional powers.
Cryptocurrencies are "not mature enough" yet to assess the impact they could have on regulation and the economy, a senior advisor at Saudi Arabia's financial regulator told CNBC Sunday.
Spotify's growth will be driven by more paid subscribers and entrance into new markets, GP Bullhound said.
China can let its real estate market cool for a while as the rest of its economy posts robust growth.
One of the world's most popular actors on how he started his film career, which has spanned more than four decades.
In this week's Trader Poll, we want to know who you think should be the next chair of the Federal Reserve.
Chinese investors are buying up major assets in Australia, which has helped contribute to record-high housing prices.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's ruling coalition scored a big win in Sunday's election.
The Oil Price Information Service's Tom Kloza, who predicted the 2015 oil collapse, gives us his latest prediction.
Lawyers for the three tech companies are scheduled to testify in Congress on behalf of their clients on Nov. 1
Japan's snap election Sunday should be a win for Shinzo Abe. That will be good news for investors.
China's unemployment rate has hit its lowest point in multiple years at 3.95 percent by the end of September.
Russia accused the U.S.-led coalition in Syria on Sunday of wiping the city of Raqqa "off the face of the earth."
Catalonia's leaders said on Saturday they would not accept direct rule imposed on the region by the Spanish government.
President Donald Trump lauded Syria's defeat of Islamic State (ISIS) forces in the city of Raqqa.
The Spanish government decided on Saturday to sack the secessionist leadership of Catalonia and force the region into a new election.
Investors appear to be shrugging off risks like the upcoming "fork", or split in bitcoin.
Heavy rain and powerful winds are expected to lash large areas of Japan on Sunday, possibly hindering voter turnout in a national election.
The jobs of both the president of the Eurogroup and Euro Working Group will soon be up for grabs as incumbents step down at the end of the year.
The North Korean threat is escalating, here's how according to the Singaporean prime minister.
Saudi Aramco is readying what's set to be the biggest IPO ever, but many investors aren't all that interested.
Singapore PM Lee Hsien Loong shed light on the delicate balance his country has to maintain between the U.S. and China.
Spain's central government has said that it will move to suspend Catalonia's autonomy after the regional leader failed to drop a bid for independence.
Spain could use its "nuclear option" against the region, Article 155, unless there is a last-minute change of heart from Catalonia.
The once-celebrated Indian start-up industry may be a deflating bubble.
China reported third-quarter GDP figures on Thursday.
Chinese President Xi Jinping said Wednesday that China supports an open world economy and pledged further liberalization of its market to foreign investors.
Analysts said its obvious what India's troubled banks most need — but it's unlikely the government will give it.
China is holding a once-every-five-years meeting this week that is expected to usher in a new era of leadership.
Qatar's finance minister says the blockade of countries isolating Qatar are bullying and disrespectful.