Bogota residents are enjoying South America's largest fleet of electric taxis and the drivers say they are less expensive to run.
In his latest published work, Pope Francis critiques the inequality of our economic system and calls on political and business leaders to 'ensure that all citizens have dignified work, education and health care.'
Airlines in the Middle East like Emirates, Qatar and Etihad are buying up airplanes and turning Dubai into a international travel hub.
The new Mini Cooper is a little bigger and has technology improvements for the driver including support for Android smartphones.
'Games Guru' Tommy Palm from U.K. based King talks about why Candy Crush Saga is so popular and how the mobile game brings in so much cash.
Discussing typhoon Haiyan, Word Bank President Jim Yong Kim says 'decisive action' is needed on climate change and spending money on prevention now will pay off in the future.
CNN's exclusive interview with a former Chinese labor camp prisoner who sent a plea for help in a Kmart Halloween decoration.
The system of duel currency creates two levels of wage earners in Cuba. The government announced that they want to end the practice and create a currency that is more valuable.
40,000 archeological artifacts were found along the way, but Turkey and Japan finally finished building its massive Marmaray tunnel that connects two parts of Istanbul.
Faris Farrag says his small aquaponic farm in the desert is already cash-flow positive and he hopes to expand the practice to help feed millions in the water-scarce region.
With the Sochi Winter Olympics just months away, Russia scrambles to complete major projects, and President Vladimir Putin has taken a 'personal interest.'
Faced with a declining wild fish population and growing consumer demand, fish farmers in Hong Kong are turning high-rise buildings into vertical fish farms to feed the billion dollar industry.
Smartphone technology like geolocation is allowing transportation competitors to challenge the monopoly that the Paris taxi industry has in the city.
Pollution causing school and airport closures in Harbin, China hurts many, but helps one entrepreneur trying to capitalize on the smog.
The Columbian city of Medellin, formerly Pablo Escobar's stomping grounds, has transformed from a cartel-controlled dangerous city into the municipality rated most innovative by the Urban Land Institute.
CEO Angela Ahrendts relaunched Burberry as a super luxury brand and became one of the UK's highest paid CEOs. Now she's moving to Apple to head up the tech company's retail arm.
It's becoming a trend for countries that sign trade agreements with China to end up with fluffy pandas that tourists love.
The Minister of Economy and Competitiveness in Spain, Luis de Guindos, and IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde discuss the unemployment crisis in Europe.
Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghurum Rajan explains why India will not face a financial crisis within the next five years.
De La Rue in the U.K. produces intricately designed bank notes that have high-tech security features as well as detailed cultural artwork.
VistaJet founder Thomas Flohr talks about why he started the private jet company and how the business has grown.
Brazilian entrepreneur Eike Batista was once the world's seventh richest man, but it turns out his assets weren't worth as much as he promised.
Airbus forecasts that 30,000 new passenger and freight aircraft valued at $4.4 trillion will need to be added to current stocks to satisfy the increased air traffic by 2032.
A new documentary highlights the power shift in the wine industry as China's demand for the expensive libation booms.
Trooper Beer from Iron maiden front man Bruce Dickinson has beaten sales expectations since launching in May, with plans to ship to 180 countries.
Indians consume 15 million tons of onions a year, but are losing their appetite since prices soared by up to 500% last month.
Citing better security and durability for cash, the Bank of England might start adding polymer banknotes to the mix of sterling currency.
CNN's Matthew Chance reports a long lost painting from Vincent Van Gogh has now come to light.
A small, studio in south London is the last piece of property available in the city for under six-figures.
Japanese residents are cheering after it was announced that the 2020 Olympics will take place in the 'safe and secure' city of Tokyo.
The NFL is gaining fans in Europe thanks to EA's Madden game which helps new fans learn the rules of football.
After feeling mistreated by Britsh Airways, Hasan Syed paid less than $10,000 to promote his tweet bashing the airline's customer service.
Farmers in Scotland are cross-breeding prized Japanese cattle with traditional Scottish pedigrees to produce the world's most expensive beef, Wagyu.
Finance minister Wolfgang Schaeuble explains his stance on continued assistance to Greece and other troubled Eurozone nations.
Erbil in Northern Iraq is enjoying a boom from wealthy Syrians and Egyptians fleeing violence and uncertainty back home.
As gin regains its cool in London, watch how a martini should be made, at the hotel where Bond creator Ian Fleming apparently came up with the phrase 'shaken, not stirred'.
The Willam Lane Foundry in northern England is breaking from its hundred-year history to become a high-end furniture maker.
Compact discs account for 80% of all music sales in Japan, which experts attribute to bonus material and an aging population that grew up with packaged music.
CNN anchor Richard Quest took a water jetpack for a test flight over London's Thames river. He loved it!
With Hard Rock set to open its first hotel in Europe, Chief Billie of the Seminole tribe describes his fascination with rock and roll, and casinos.
Defense contractors have lobbied Congress for years to keep Egypt's aid flowing because they, and their midwestern workers, are the beneficiaries of the money.
Italian banks are storing the region's parmesan cheese in their vaults, accepting the expensive product as collateral for loans.
In Venezuela, consumers are paying more for used cars than new ones, as new car buyers have to wait years for delivery.
Take an inside look at how a military production plant in the UK goes from creating a computerized aircraft design to a battle-ready helicopter taking flight.
Historic reforms to Mexico's state-run oil giant could allow foreign oil companies to share in the risk and profits of exploration.
The controversial process of freeing fossil fuels from shale rock is now prompting protests in England.
The American real estate market has been rising in 2013 and one of the reasons has been a surge in buyers from China.
The latest planes feature sealed waste systems, and airport workers use a 'honey truck' to pump tens of thousands of gallons of waste out of airplanes every day.
When completed, the Shanghai Tower will become China's tallest skyscraper, rising over 2,000 feet in the air. But if history repeats itself, that title could come with a financial crisis lurking around the corner.
Italy is in its longest post-war recession and Vogue Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour hopes to help by providing college scholarships for some Italian students.