(Bloomberg) -- Saudi Arabia, the world’s largest oil exporter, is confident that crude prices will rebound with global economic growth boosting demand.
(Bloomberg) -- North Korea’s alleged ability to hack into Sony Pictures Entertainment is extending Kim Jong Un’s reach far beyond the range of his missiles.
(Bloomberg) -- Sony Pictures Chief Executive Officer Michael Lynton is looking for a new way to release the satirical film “The Interview” after U.S. theater chains refused to show it over threats of violence from hackers linked to North Korea.
(Bloomberg) -- Last month, Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.’s Jack Ma invited 1,600 former employees to its home turf in Hangzhou, China. The company’s $25 billion initial public offering had made many of them wealthy and he urged them to start businesses that would be meaningful in the long term.
(Bloomberg) -- Google Inc. sued to block what it called overly broad demands by Mississippi in its investigation of online contraband sales, after accusing the state’s attorney general of doing Hollywood’s bidding.
Peter Jackson's “Hobbit” finale went out on top at the box office, debuting with $56.2 million over the weekend and taking in $90.6 million since opening Wednesday, according to studio estimates Sunday.
Belarus' authoritarian president on Sunday promised to help Ukraine as it struggles through its pro-Russia separatist insurgency and economic hardships.
Dish Network subscribers were unable to watch Fox News Channel and the Fox Business Network on Sunday when the channels were taken down as part of contract negotiations.
A group of homeless people have erected a small tent city in the shadow of downtown Detroit.
By landing a steady job in a hopping metropolis, Jake Fischer achieved the dream of many who finished law school during the Great Recession. Then, he left the big-city life and moved to a small South Dakota town, lured by a program that seeks to boost the number of rural attorneys.
The average price of regular gasoline nationwide has dropped another 25 cents a gallon in the past two weeks, to $2.47.
(Bloomberg) -- The Cuban military will benefit from President Barack Obama’s move to normalize relations with the Communist island nation, Senator Marco Rubio said.
One of Egypt's most prominent human rights groups announced Sunday that it will register under a restrictive law it and other organizations have decried as an attempt by the government to silence them.