But it still has a way to go before catching the British pound.

Müller says all non-urgent investment spending will be postponed or scrapped to save cash for a mounting legal bill.

Internet is not a given in many parts of the world.

Stock market hopes for a deal fade as Bloomberg reports the companies are over 10% apart on valuation.

All of Bosnia still bears remnants of the conflict that incinerated its populated areas. Its economy is at a standstill. And its ethnic groups are as divided as ever.

It could get harder for companies like Facebook to send data around the world.

Repatriating that money would yield over $180 billion in taxes, the authors say.

Beijing has no plans, however, to sign onto the landmark trade agreement.