Christine Lagarde received the backing of the UK, Germany, China, France and Korea.
Mr Draghi said he was confident growth in the Eurozone was picking up
Mr Posen said he was 'horrified' at the prospect of the referendum being held as early as June, while the migrant crisis still rages
The Asian powerhouse is seeking to leave behind its reliance on heavy industry and transform itself into an economy driven by consumer consumption and services
In 1986, the oil price crashed from a peak of $35 a barrel to below $10
Fears that Beijing is following a stealth devaluation policy to boost its exports have helped convulse financial markets this year
Technologies created and sold by big business will be rolled out by Davos in place of real solutions to global inequality
Only 11 women serve as head of state, and 10 serve as head of government, according to the latest data from UN Women.
The Revenant actor used his acceptance speech to criticise energy companies and demand more action from leaders
The new study from the World Economic Forum shows the pay gap is still very much alive today
The risk of women who earn less money than men developing an anxiety disorder is more than four times higher
Michael Kim speaks to ESPN America’s lead NHL analysts Barry Melrose and Matthew Barnaby about their thoughts on the NHL Conference Finals.
A man's aggressive tendencies are written in his facial features, according to a study that has found a link between bad temper and the shape of a man's face.