China may ultimately prefer Ukraine to be in Russia’s orbit rather than the West’s.
North Korea's per capita incomes rose 5 percent despite sanctions over its nuclear weapons development program.
The Walt Disney Company on Thursday announced it would acquire 21st Century Fox in a massive deal worth $52.4 billion and may put Fox's chief executive in line to run one of the most iconic entertainment companies in the world.
Women in industries such as retail, food services and social assistance rarely have union protection.
Movies, shows and dominance in the streaming field are all up for grabs.
The first daughter's Trump Tower shop will be small but well positioned for selfie-taking tourists during the holidays.
Your retirement nest egg will need to hatch in a world that could be more like a hothouse, given the likely impacts of climate change.
With the need for climate action gaining momentum, the 2017 Newsweek Green Rankings found that only 7 companies of the biggest 500 in the US and the biggest 500 globally earn more than 60% of their revenues from environmentally beneficial products and services.
James Howells says he has "good days and bad days" after throwing away a bitcoin fortune.
Researchers have invented a device considered crucial for scaling up quantum computing.
The price of bitcoin has risen 10-fold since the start of the year, dividing opinion as to whether its a bargain or a bubble.
In an unusual move, the Justice Department shared information with the judge just days before the case began.
Amazon deals start a day early, shunning Cyber Monday for Cyber Sunday.
The slowing birth rate increases sustainability, the study says.
GOP leaders try to rush through complicated tax code changes, inspiring a special-interest bacchanal the likes of which Washington has never seen.
Karpeles lost $7 billion of customers' funds and will only have to pay back a fraction of it.
This year’s sales event will start early, beginning at 6 p.m. Eastern on Thanksgiving Day.
Experts tell Newsweek Apple’s augmented reality headset points to a post-smartphone future.
Hefty tax rates send US corporations overseas and foreign investors to decrease their stakes in America.
21st Century Fox is reportedly considering selling its movie and TV assets to Disney, which means the X-Men and Deadpool could exist on screen alongside the Avengers sometime soon.
“You get a show or a movie you’re really dying to watch, and you end up staying up late at night," CEO Reed Hastings said. "So we actually compete with sleep."
If the GOP tax plan is enacted, Trump’s offspring would not have to pay inheritance taxes as of 2024.
Take the former Glenview Naval Air Station, near Chicago, for example.
Allegations of factory protests, worker abuse and human rights violations surround the launch of the iPhone X.
The fashion-forward magazine will vanish as part of a larger round of cuts across its struggling publisher, Condé Nast.
Powell is popular within the Federal Reserve system, where he’s been a governor since 2012.
Tata now seems to be trying to punish the Mistry family with a legal manoeuvre that would reduce their voting power.
Pre-orders for the $999 iPhone X sold out in minutes, leading to six-week delays.
Cactus gifts, renaming cities and an Amazon-themed public holiday are among the bids for HQ2.
This will be the first Trump Organization project not to bear the president's name.