Articles by Nigel Wilson
Tourist numbers have plummeted while annual celebrations have been toned down in Bethlehem.
Palestinians claim that they cannot find work after wave of violent attacks on Jews.
The Palestinian brothers are working on developing a beer-drinking culture but it hasn't been easy.
New York set to see its first bitcoin exchange after itBit was granted a charter.
Former Arsenal captain Adams understood to be handed a football role at club.
UK's top share index fell on 7 May as the prospect of a hung parliament loomed.
Matthew Kohr is suing Starbucks after he spilt his free coffee over himself
Japanese video game maker last reported a profit in 2011.
The supermarket reported its first annual loss for 10 years on 6 May.
Yellen told IMF's Christine Lagarde there were potential dangers in current high share price levels.
Flash crash of 2010 saw Dow Jones industrial index lose 700 points in a number of minutes.
EU review of the digital market will focus on transparency and could lead to tighter regulation.
German carmaker saw strong first quarter sales and profits.
US trade gap widened beyond expectations to $51.4bn in March.
Greece wants exclusive use of term feta for the salty white cheese it produces.
Growth outlook for eurozone improved slightly but Greek fears weigh over Europe.
HSBC overcomes Swiss leaks scandal to post surprise hike in profits in first quarter.
Investigation to hinge on misuse of Australia's 417 visa designed for 18-30-year-olds on working holiday.
Tickets still available for the fight everyone is talking about as Money takes on the Pacman in Vegas.
Pre-election cool down in UK housing market leads to mortgage-approval decline.