Dubai Raises Questions About Islamic Finance

While the worst of the crisis may be past for the emirate, Dubai's financial troubles have highlighted some of the thorny issues underlying the Islamic world's integration with worldwide finance.

News Corp., the Saudi Prince and the 'Ground Zero Mosque'

Fox News pundits decry Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf, who's sponsoring a mosque in lower Manhattan, as a threat to America. But for Fox's parent News Corp., doing billions of dollars in investment deals with a nephew of Saudi Arabia's king is just business as usual. And it shows how much more nuanced it is to run a multinational media giant today.

The Economic Impact of the Holy Month of Ramadan

The month-long Muslim celebration of Ramadan is a time of fasting, charity, discipline and families coming together. And it ends with a day of feasts and gift-giving. But some Muslims worry that like Christmas, Ramadan is losing its meaning.

Exchange-Traded Funds Get Religion

More people are putting their money where their values are -- a sentiment that isn't lost on money managers. Just this week, the first of three exchange-traded funds targeted at Christian investors hit the market. Two more will launch next week.