New Finance minister Alberto Arenas has big plans for a country looking to enact education, labor and other reforms.
Satya Nadella, a Microsoft insider, has replaced Steve Ballmer as CEO.
The government is in the midst of a charm offensive to draw in investment, particularly to the mining sector.
Bonnie Galat, who spearheaded the IFC’s well-received Global Trade Finance Program, has retired.
Argentina’s sharp devaluation of the peso in January came as little surprise.
The UK government is a little closer to its widely anticipated issue of a sovereign sukuk.
The king is transforming this sleepy port town into a commercial and tourism hub to boost economic revival.
“We are more confident than other nations that [US] tapering won’t have a big impact on us,” says CB governor Cabraal.
Fiat-Chrysler has joined other MNCs in relocating to the UK, cementing the UK’s international tax haven status.
Brazil posted net FX outflows of $12.3bn for 2013, marking the first negative balance since the 2008 financial crisis.
For the first time, the RBI is looking at a long-term inflation target as part of a new monetary policy mechanism.
Not all emerging markets are created equal, as the current emerging markets crisis has once again demonstrated.
China and Russia have returned to the global equity capital markets, following a lengthy absence.
The yen and the dollar rode an updraft in recent weeks caused by a flight to safety amid the EM crisis.
Neither EM volatility nor weak US employment data will deter Fed tapering, say analysts.
Comcast agreed in February to acquire Time Warner Cable in an all-stock deal worth more than $45 billion.
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