Property prices in London have skyrocketed, and British police say money being laundered by international criminals is now the biggest factor driving the boom.
Global markets continued to fall after China devalued its currency for a second straight day on Wednesday. The moves to weaken the yuan could damage U.S. multinational firms because their goods become more expensive in China.
A class action accuses Nestlé of "gross negligence, apathy and callousness" over what the government says were tainted batches of the company's popular Maggi brand of instant noodles.
The decision to devalue the yuan has shaken investors who fear a currency war and question the health of China's economy, the second-largest in the world.
The music and movie subscription company has been called "the Spotify of the '80s." Columbia House moved exclusively to DVDs but could not stay afloat in an industry crowded with streaming services.
In Wyoming, the coal mining town of Gillette is booming. But under the Obama administration's new regulations for carbon emissions from power plants, demand for coal is expected to plummet.
China lowered the value of the yuan, and that sent all sorts of prices lower. So you may soon be paying less for gas, food and lumber. But there are downsides too: U.S. stocks fell hard.