Spending on malaria surged to $2.7 billion last year, according to the World Health Organisation.
Italy’s economy minister says Wall Street should fear the day Donald Trump finds his way to the White House.
Manufacturing giant China is turning a record amount of crude into refined products - and sending some abroad at an unprecedented pace.
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Highly skilled workers account for only about 10 percent of total employment in the Indonesian archipelago of 250 million people.
Chinese oil companies are luring traders offering better pay and perks in a hiring spree triggered by the freeing up of China's crude import trade.
In the world of personal digital assistants, how is Apple doing against Alphabet’s Google Now and Amazon.com’s Alexa?.
Chinese billionaire and Alibaba founder Jack Ma snaps up Chateau Guerry and Chateau Perenne in France.
French court fines Uber over its controversial UberPOP ride-sharing service that was banned in the country after violent protests.
New CEO of Angola’s state oil firm outlines plans for transparency and efficiency in an exclusive interview.
New survey finds that advertisers are turning to Instagram more frequently than Twitter for social media campaigns.
Facebook’s new feature lets you upload photographs taken with 360-degree cameras, or panoramic images taken on a mobile phone.
Brazilian police have accused mining company Samarco of willful misconduct in relation to a deadly dam burst last year.
Billionaire investor George Soros is concerned about the outlook for the global economy and the risk that large market shifts may be at hand.
Glencore will sell just-under a 10 percent stake in its agriculture unit to Canada’s British Columbia Investment Management for $624.9 million.