Comedian Jon Stewart took to “The Daily Show’s” desk for the last time, yet he didn’t leave without giving one charity a gift they’d never forget.
Tata Motors sees quarterly profits almost halve due to weak sales of Jaguar Land Rover in China.
Illegal Chinese loggers are killing the world’s forests to make fancy chairs, Global Post reports.
In Africa an unlikely industry is becoming more popular – skiing. The BBC’s Roderick Macleod went to Tiffindell Ski Resort in South Africa to see for himself.
The US economy added 215,000 jobs in July, while the unemployment rate held at a seven-year-low of 5.3%, official figures show.
The unemployment rate remained flat at 5.3 percent, while labor force participation was unchanged.
The milk price paid to farmer suppliers is to be reduced by dairy company Muller UK and Ireland.
There’s a big push to diversify the Malawian economy, where 70% of exports come from tobacco, because the rate of smoking is falling worldwide.
The BBC has been to meet one entrepreneur in Mumbai who turned her back on a career in IT to try to tackle the problem of childcare in India head on.
There’s “no value left” in the “totally illiquid” junk bond space, one investor told CNBC, citing a toxic combination of low liquidity and high risk.
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