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Investors seem relieved the contentious Crimean referendum is over, though geopolitical tensions remain high as Western nations prepare sanctions to punish Russia for meddling in Ukraine.
Chinese internet giant Alibaba will make its market debut in the United States.
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Bitcoin is coming soon to a town near you. Or, more likely, it's already there.
3-D TV as we know it is dead.
China's state media have another foreign company in their sights: Japanese camera maker Nikon.
European Union foreign ministers gathered in Brussels to discuss sanctions on Russia that could be revealed as early as Monday.
Two of the country's biggest beer companies are withdrawing their sponsorships of upcoming St. Patrick's Day parades because gay and lesbian groups aren't allowed to march openly.
Investors will be keeping a close tab on Ukraine and China this week before turning their attention to the Federal Reserve.
Guinness is the latest beer giant to withdraw its support for a St. Patrick's Day parade because lesbian and gay groups aren't allowed to march openly.
Somewhere in Silicon Valley, a billionaire has taken out $201 million in life insurance.
Preliminary results showed the Ukrainian region of Crimea voted overwhelmingly on Sunday to join Russia, a move that could tip Europe back into a Cold War with its powerful eastern neighbor.
Honda is recalling nearly 900,000 minivans for a defect that could increase fire risk.
China's central bank has further loosened its hold on the yuan, making a big move that gives teeth to a government pledge to move toward a more market-driven economy.