Campaign cash-in ahead of Nigeria vote

It's election season in Nigeria. Political posters plaster the streets in a frantic rush to sway voters before polls open in late March. Sharing is the name of the game. And campaigning parties Feb 27, 2015

Hong Kong property giant defies the odds

Back from the brink of having its reputation dragged through the mud, Hong Kong's largest property developer still looks shiny to investors. Sun Hung Kai Properties owns quite a bit of Hong Kong's Feb 27, 2015

Economic risks lie in China's 'Great Firewall'

The Great Firewall of China just got harder to breach. And now the risk is it's keeping out much-needed investment in research and development. That's according to the latest survey by the EU Feb 27, 2015

Gap warns on strong dollar, port delays

After the closing bell: Gap lowering its full year profit forecast blaming the strong dollar and delays in getting its merchandise to stores because of labor issues at west coast ports. JC Penney Feb 27, 2015

Internet traffic equality for all

Life, liberty and internet traffic equality for all. So says the Federal Communications Commission. It voted to adopt new rules that basically treat the internet like a utility. FCC Commissioner Tom Feb 27, 2015

Germany will back Greece for now

Behind the smiles the Greek Finance Minister is worried. He fears Athens will struggle to repay its debts to the EU and IMF this year. The Central Bank governor is nervous too. Yannis Stournaras Feb 26, 2015

Euro zone shaking off the blues?

Opposition parties in Spain are upping their game ahead of elections later this year. This rally by the anti-austerity Podemos party followed the Prime Minister's state of the nation speech. He said Feb 26, 2015

Sky wars: Boeing, FedEx vs. airlines

It's sky wars: three big U.S. airlines versus a domestic plane maker, express delivery company and others. The battle is over the Open Skies agreements, which allow airlines to fly routes they want in Feb 26, 2015

Ukraine economy 'on the brink'

Ukrainian troops on the move - this time away from the front line. Their withdrawal revives hopes for a ceasefire in the east of the country. But elsewhere, another battle is raging - against Feb 26, 2015