China’s Sinopec pays $3.1 billion for stake in Apache’s Egypt operations as Chinese firms expand overseas and U.S. companies focus on the domestic oil boom.

India, Brazil and other emerging markets are suffering and their currencies are tumbling as the U.S. economy strengthens, but experts aren’t worried about another global crisis just yet.

Whether because of very low incomes or a bevy of tax breaks, 43% of Americans will end up owing nothing in federal income taxes this year.

Financial disclosure forms show that all seven current members of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors have assets worth more than $1 million.

Former White House interns talk about whether it was worth spending thousands of dollars to work for the president for no pay.

The Indian rupee extended losses to another record low on Wednesday as government efforts to stabilize markets failed and investors continued to pull money out of the country.

Start ups such as Airbnb, Uber and Sunrun say they are facing unfair legal challenges from the established players. The old line industries say the laws are meant for the public good.

When Ben Bernanke finishes his term in January, one of his key legacies will be a more talkative Federal Reserve.

Treasury Secretary Jack Lew spells out for Congress when U.S. will reach limit of its borrowing authority. At that point, Lew warned, unless Congress has raised the debt ceiling, Treasury will only be able to pay incoming bills with cash it has on hand.

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