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  • Climate change could hit your coffee cup 

    Rising global temperatures could transform where coffee is grown around the world by 2050. Some communities will be devastated and others see opportunity.

  • What are Ukraine's gas options? 

    Naftogaz CEO Andriy Kobolev says Ukraine may turn to Europe if Gazprom doesn't back down on its gas pricing.

  • Jeffrey Sachs: Russia 'stirring the pot' 

    Economist Jeffrey Sachs describes how Russia is working to destabilize Ukraine ahead of elections and pull their once-Soviet counterparts away from the European Union and Western powers.

  • France done raising taxes, official says 

    French finance minister Michel Sapin says taxes were raised too high, but the 75% income tax rate on the rich is expected to be temporary.

  • Rising gas prices hurting Ukrainians 

    As Russia removes gas subsidies from Ukraine, higher prices are hitting consumers, businesses and households.

  • Make 30% in Africa's largest economy 

    Nigeria is now Africa's largest economy thanks to a long overdue 'rebasing' of GDP. Founder of Zenith Bank Group Jim Ovia discusses the risks and rewards of investing in the country.

  • Mexican limes: Hot demand, rising prices 

    Prices for this popular fruit are shooting up, adding costs to restaurants and offering a big pay day for those growers not hit by shortages.

  • Italy at a 'decisive turning point' 

    Italian Finance Minister Pier Carlo Padoan discusses the European economy, high unemployment and major political reforms in Italy.

  • Searching for flight 370: $21M per month 

    It's costing multiple nations big bucks to search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight 370 and once the plane is found, even more money will be spent in recovery.

  • Lufthansa pilots strike, grounding planes 

    Pilots for the German airline are fighting against cuts in benefits and hikes in retirement age. Meanwhile the company is focused on helping its stranded customers.

  • Wave of suicides caused by work culture? 

    Orange France has seen a second slew of worker suicides in the last decade. Some that work there say the stress of privatizing the telecom company has been overwhelming.

  • Champagne gets its fizz back 
    Champagne gets its fizz back(2:24)Mar 31 2014

    The global recession took the 'fizz' out of the champagne industry, but global demand is back.

  • Murdoch lines up sons to take over 

    News Corp has appointed Lachlan Murdoch to the board as Rupert's son returns to the family business after walking away in 2005.

  • Will IMF bailout clean up Ukraine? 

    The IMF is close to agreeing funding to help Ukraine's economy but with IMF money comes strings attached.

  • Russian official on markets, sanctions 

    Russia's Minister of Economic Development Alesky Ulyakaev discusses Russia's economy and the threat of further sanctions against his country.

  • Billions at stake in Russia standoff 

    Financial punishments for Crimea's decision to join Russia are looming as foreign ministers and the U.S. announce targeted sanctions toward individuals from both regions. With shared economic interests between Russia and Europe, the stakes are high.

  • Obama: $1 billion to Ukraine 

    President Obama says Congress can take immediate action to 'stabilize the economy in Ukraine [and] help to make sure that fair and free elections take place very soon.'

  • Can the U.S. really squeeze Putin? 

    The Russian economy is more intertwined with the global marketplace for commodities such as oil and gas and European finance. Will economic measures from the U.S. really deter Vladimir Putin?

  • Baidu, Alibaba challenge Chinese banks 

    China's e-commerce giants are going into competition with Chinese banks, offering financial products with high yields.

  • Inside Ukraine ex-President's lavish estate 

    Former Ukrainian President Yanukovich fled his lavish estate outside Kiev, leaving behind extravagances such as gaudy furniture, his own private vodka and a pirate ship.

  • TGIF: Startup brings beer to your office 

    London startup DeskBeers makes celebrating the end of the work week even easier by delivering craft beers to offices on Friday afternoons.

  • Rich Chinese laundering cash through art 

    CNNi's Pauline Chiou sits down with CNNMoney's Sophia Yan to discuss how rich Chinese people are secretly moving their money out of China via shady art deals.

  • Unemployment around the world 

    CNN reporters in Tokyo, Abu Dhabi, London and New York look at the state of unemployment around the world.

  • Oil reform brings Mexican workers home 

    The recent end to Mexico's state oil monopoly has boosted foreign investment and created jobs.

  • Cuba's new high-tech megaport 

    Cuba's new megaport in Mariel is one of the country's largest public works projects since the Cuban revolution.

  • The business of securing an Olympic team 

    Take a look at how a private security firm prepares to protect the U.S. Olympic Ski and Snowboard team in Sochi.

  • Farms in London's Underground  

    A modern farming experiment in disused London Underground tunnels grows eco-friendly food. Its backers are hoping to grow the business as well.

  • Final construction as Sochi Olympics near 

    The final phase of construction in Sochi Olympic Park is underway as the 2014 Winter Games approach.

  • The most watched TV show on Earth 

    The Super Bowl may boast big ratings in the U.S., but China's Lunar New Year program had six times as many viewers.

  • Some Sochi hotels not ready for Olympics 

    Construction of some hotels in Sochi is so behind schedule that it's unclear if they will be open before the start of the Games.

  • Big Olympics losers? Sochi residents 

    Some Sochi residents have been forced to resettle to new homes due to Olympics-related construction.

  • Paris vs London: Wooing Chinese tourists 

    France is making it easier for Chinese tourists to obtain entry visas, promising to process them within 48 hours. But Britain is attracting the generous Chinese spenders with the tradition and craftsmanship of brands they crave.

  • SodaStream's Israel-Palestine problem 

    The carbonated drink company opened a factory in the West Bank that has critics calling for a boycott.

  • Western firms prepare for Iran to open up 

    Businesses are ready to jump into the Iranian market once a nuclear deal is done and sanctions are lifted.

  • Where are the women in Davos? 

    Inequality is a big theme in Davos this year and gender inequality is starkly reflected among the attendees at the forum, where only one in seven delegates are women.

  • How to do Davos 
    How to do Davos(2:56)Jan 22 2014

    As the World Economic Forum kicks off in Davos, Switzerland, CNNi's Richard Quest walks us through the etiquette involved with getting the most out of your Davos trip.

  • Pope's message to Davos: Embrace equality 

    Cardinal Peter Turkson delivers a message from Pope Francis to Davos urging delegates to embrace growth of equality and better distribution of wealth.

  • How I'm surviving Europe's jobs crisis 

    Young people from Portugal, France, Greece and the U.K. share their experiences looking for jobs in their countries.

  • 'Revenge porn' now illegal in Israel 

    Responding to lives negatively affected by the practice of 'revenge porn', Israel banned nude photos and sexually explicit films posted online without the subject's consent.

  • Sochi scrambles to prepare for Olympics 

    Building the Olympic infrastructure from scratch has presented challenges for the Russian government. Look at why the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi will be the most expensive Olympics ever.

  • Gordon Ramsay's London love affair 

    Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay talks about the growth of London's foodie culture and why he continues to open new restaurants in the city.

  • Café customers pay by the minute 

    Customers of this London café can have as many drinks and snacks as they want as long as they make them and clean up by themselves.

  • Miami's $2 billion port overhaul 

    The Port of Miami is undergoing a big renovation, but a dispute in the Panama Canal might take away some of its biggest customers.

  • Fireworks that taste and smell like fruit 

    Banana-flavored confetti, strawberry mist and peach snow are a part of London's 'multi-sensory' fireworks display.

  • London whiskey: Back from the dead 

    The London Distillery Company hopes to be the first London whiskey producer in a century to bring the spirit back to liquor stores.

  • Will the iPhone succeed in China? 

    Despite facing stiff competition from Samsung and cheap smartphone makers, Apple finally inks a deal to sell the iPhone in China.

  • Why the Beatles released new music  

    The Beatles are selling a slew of demos and previously unreleased songs on iTunes as a way to prevent the songs from falling into the public domain.

  • Rural Ireland's long road to recovery 

    Though Dublin continues to recover from Ireland's financial crisis, the rest of the country is struggling to rebound.

  • Tech companies give Ireland a boost 

    Ireland was one of the worst hit areas of Europe's economic crisis, but Dublin is now on the mend.

  • World Cup is a bonanza for big brands 

    Big companies like Coca-Cola and Visa are counting on capitalizing on the global exposure of being a World Cup sponsor.

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