Jason Karaian

London's Main Airports Are Busier Than Ever

Are they becoming victims of their own success?

Hong Kong Protesters Finally Sit Down With Government Reps—and Nobody Is Satisfied

Political leaders seemed to admit that they are relatively powerless.

In Europe, Knowing Your Neighbor Doesn't Necessarily Make You Happier

A surprising result from a pan-European survey on happiness.

The Average London Home Gained Enough Value in the Past 6 Months to Put a Kid Through University

The average price for a home in London is now £459,000, or $773,000.

Amazingly, London's Property Boom May Still Have Years to Run

For a first-time buyer, the average home now costs eight times gross earnings, the highest ratio since at least 1983.

How Egyptian Riots and the Greek Recession Are Fueing London's Property Boom

The city appeals to wealthy foreigners seeking a "safe haven."

It Pays to Live in the Big City

Unless that city is New York.

Where the World's Biggest Christmas Shopaholics Live

Hint: Not America.

Falling Profits Are Forcing Ryanair to Stop Being Such a Cheapskate

What happens when a no-frills airline adds a couple frills?