Civil war threat in Ukraine

KRAMATORSK/SLAVIANSK, Ukraine - Pro-Russian separatists hoisted the Russian flag on Ukrainian army vehicles in eastern Ukraine, mocking the Kiev government's attempt to reassert control.  Full Article | Live Coverage 

Google first-quarter revenue misses Wall Street targets 4:40pm EDT

SAN FRANCISCO - Google Inc's first-quarter revenue fell short of Wall Street targets and margins narrowed as the price of its ads continued to decline, pushing its shares sharply lower.

President and CEO of Yahoo, Marissa Mayer, arrives for the Time 100 gala celebrating the magazine's naming of the 100 most influential people in the world for the past year, in New York, April 23, 2013. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

The 'why' in Yahoo

As Chinese internet giant Alibaba prepares to go public, Breakingviews columnists discuss whether Yahoo's earnings will matter anymore.  Video 

Part of the capsized South Korean ferry "Sewol"; (C) is seen in the sea off Jindo April 16, 2014 in this picture provided by South Korean Navy and released by Yonhap. REUTERS/South Korean Navy/Yonhap

Survivors recall early moments of ferry rescue

JINDO, South Korea - Almost 300 people were missing after a ferry capsized off South Korea, despite frantic rescue efforts involving coastguard vessels, fishing boats and helicopters.  Video | Full Focus 

A woman walks past as customers use ATMs at a Bank of America banking center in New York's financial district January 17, 2013. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

BofA's mortgage costs a recurring problem

Bank of America's mortgage pain is lasting longer than expected, leading some investors to wonder if the massive expenses being incurred have become a recurring cost of doing business.  Full Article 

Students work on projects and new technologies in labs and workshops at the University of Waterloo, in Waterloo, Ontario, March 18, 2014. REUTERS/Euan Rocha

The crash that launched 1,000 start-ups

The troubles at BlackBerry might have spelled disaster for the company's hometown of Waterloo, Ontario. Instead, there are new companies filling the refurbished office buildings.  Full Article 

Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff reacts during an inauguration ceremony at the Planalto Palace in Brasilia April 1, 2014. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino

An election race between flawed rivals

SAO PAULO - With nearly three-quarters of voters saying they want change from their government, Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff looks vulnerable in her bid for re-election. But her two main rivals have big, potentially fatal flaws of their own.  Full Article 

Mock Bitcoins are displayed on a table in an illustration picture taken in Berlin January 7, 2014. REUTERS/Pawel Kopczynski

China gets first bitcoin ATM, skirting crackdown

SHANGHAI - BTC China, one of the country's leading digital currency exchanges, has installed China's first bitcoin ATM and launched an online app allowing individuals to buy and sell bitcoins using mobile phones, skirting local banking regulations.  Full Article 

Steven Brill

Obama and his Cabinet

Has 'aloof' become not just a shorthand description of Obama's personality, but also something that explains the shortcomings of his administration?   Commentary 

Neal Gabler

America: The anecdotal nation

When anecdotes and facts compete in America, the anecdotes usually wind up winning. This can be worrisome when it comes to communicating public policy.  Commentary 

Keith Koffler

Liberals are winning the language war

Are conservatives linguistically challenged? Or are they just naive enough to think they can win the battle of ideas with — ideas?  Commentary 

Hugo Dixon

How Greece can turn vice to virtue

The vicious cycle of two years ago is turning virtuous – see Athens' return to the bond market last week. As ever, the weak spot is politics.  Commentary 

Ian Bremmer

Alibaba, Weibo and China's growth

For Chinese tech companies to thrive in the world's most populous country, economic reforms must continue.  Commentary 

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