Egypt's Morsy makes his power plays :: Six months into his presidency, Mohamed Morsy has at times taken investors on a rollercoaster ride of uncertainty. Events of the past week are an accurate reflection of the ups and downs that investors have been experiencing.
New year, same old problems? :: This month, the world's political and business elite will converge on Europe's highest-altitude town for the annual talk-shop that is the World Economic Forum, held this year under the banner of "resilient dynamism."
Quest: U.S. economy on the agenda :: It is that time of the year, again. Come January, as soon as the Christmas trees are taken down and the winter sales flood the shops, the world of business starts thinking about the World Economic Forum -- better known as Davos.
In pictures: Terry O'Neill TAG Award :: Alessandro Penso wins the Terry O'Neill award
Week in pictures: 12-18 January 2013 :: News photos from around the world
Why did men stop wearing high heels? :: It was once a sign of virility and masculinity - whatever happened to the high heel?
The virus that nearly killed me :: The antibodies carried in our blood can be used to tell stories about our past and the illnesses we had, says Michael Mosley.
Gandhi could be next India leader :: CNN's Jonathan Mann reports on the new VP of India's ruling Congress Party, who stands a chance of being the next PM.
Mali crisis set to dominate African Union summit - Hindustan Times :: url: http://news.google.com/news/url?sa=t&fd=R&usg�QjCNErEIK59WO6gLCbyZRGOTuqvz9JRA&url=http://www.hindustantimes.com/world-news/Africa/Mali-crisis-set-to-dominate-African-Union-summit/Article1-999471.aspx
Hong Kong's mounting food waste :: Nestled among the granite peaks of eastern Hong Kong a new, man-made mountain is emerging.
2013: A 'game-changer' on climate? :: As leaders gather for the World Economic Forum in Davos, signs of economic hope are upon us. The global economy is on the mend. Worldwide, the middle class is expanding by an estimated 100 million per year. And the quality of life for millions in Asia and Africa is growing at an unprecedented pace.
Life in Mali :: There's no shortage of harrowing stories of life under Islamist militants in northern Mali.
World's fastest Internet :: It's likely someone from Hong Kong has just beaten you to this story.
Baby born with heart outside chest :: A baby born with part of her heart outside her chest is recovering after doctors put her heart where it belongs.
Cantor CEO: 'Off the fiscal cliff we go' :: The world thought the U.S. fiscal cliff deadline was December 31, but "the fiscal cliff is (still) coming", says Richard Lutnick, CEO of global financial services firm Cantor Fitzgerald.
Rehn: No need for UK EU 'threat' :: A top European Union official says there's no need for Britain to make threats to leave the union in order to reform its membership.
Chinese Girl portrait up for sale :: Vladimir Tretchikoff's original painting of the Chinese Girl, believed to be the world's most reproduced print, is to be auctioned in London in March.
Syrians stream into Jordan :: CNN's Mohammed Jamjoom reports from the Zaatari refugee camp outside Amman, Jordan.
Mining for metals... in space :: Scoping out space rocks for mining metals just became a two-horse race. Hala Gorani reports.
Should U.S. rethink N. Africa plan? :: Despite growing activity from militants in North Africa, Blake Hounshell argues that the U.S. needs a new strategy to combat the threat.
Teen rescued from Australian flood :: Emergency services rescues a teenage boy from fast-moving flood waters north of Rockhampton.
Turkey's business superwoman :: In Turkey, you can't go far without coming across the name Sabanci. Sabanci Holding is the country's largest financial and industrial conglomerate, accounting for 12% of Istanbul Stock Exchange. And at the head of it all is one woman, Guler Sabanci.
Day in pictures: 25 January 2013 :: Twenty four hours of news photos: 25 January
Free schools site rules to change :: Changes to planning rules in England will make it easier for new free schools to open in offices, hotels and shops from this summer, the government has confirmed.
Stars fall, rise at Australian Open ::
Single mom's frontline struggle :: As the U.S. lifts the ban on women taking combat roles, Kimberly Bratic details her life in Afghanistan.
Antigua applies to run 'pirate' site :: Antiguan plans to run a website that ignores copyright has been branded "government-authorised piracy".
How Djokovic visualized greatness :: Never underestimate the power of visualization.
London Mayor on 'cyclotron of egos' :: While Prime Minister David Cameron's speech this week -- voicing his intent to let the British people vote on whether to stay in the European Union -- has caused concern on the continent, the mayor of London says it's all part of democracy.
Amour among 2013 Cesar contenders :: Oscar hopeful Amour (Love) receives 10 nominations ahead of the Cesars, France's prestigious annual film awards.