French President Emmanuel Macron set out the Brexit options facing U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May, as business groups continued to press her to seek a close relationship with the European Union and some of her lawmakers pushed for maximum distance from t
You won't find a squeaking hot dog rotisserie in Inc.'s cashier-less convenience store. Instead, you'll see Mediterranean lamb sandwiches, fresh salads and to-go containers of cubed pineapple and melon.After more than a year of test
Germany's Social Democrats backed formal coalition talks with Chancellor Angela Merkel after a divisive party convention, marking a potential breakthrough toward her fourth term and an easing of political uncertainty in Europe's biggest economy, B
French President Emmanuel Macron spoke on the BBC's "Andrew Marr Show" on Sunday, in an interview recorded Thursday. Here are the key lines on Brexit:
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May set out a plan to defend capitalism from capitalists, after the collapse last week of construction company Carillion Plc put at risk public-sector projects from roads to hospitals.
Egypt expects private investments to take the lead in driving economic growth this year, the planning minister said, suggesting that investor confidence had rallied enough to supplant what has so far been an overwhelming reliance on government spending.
Inflation is what could jolt the markets this year.
South Africa appointed a new board at struggling utility Eskom Holdings SOC Ltd., with Jabu Mabuza becoming chairman, and ordered a new permanent chief executive officer to be named within three months.
Kuwait is weighing plans to sell dollar-denominated bonds, according to people familiar with the matter, joining other Gulf Cooperation Council states also said to be considering sales.
When the masses descend upon snow-covered Davos for the World Economic Forum's annual gathering, Esther Heldstab is determined to swim against the tide.
Economies are growing again, the flow of refugees has abated, but a potentially disruptive undercurrent remains strong.
Kabul, Afghanistan (AP) -- Gunmen stormed the Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul at the start of an 11-hour siege that continued into Sunday morning, leaving at least five Afghan civilian dead, officials said.
The U.K. should ensure it stays in a close and comprehensive customs agreement with the European Union, providing tariff-free trade in all goods after Brexit, according to the leader of a major business group.
French President Emmanuel Macron may have raised hopes for Britain's post-Brexit relations with the European Union, saying the U.K. will likely end up with something "between full access and a trade agreement."
Omeed Malik, a Bank of America Corp. prime brokerage executive who left the firm this month, departed after the lender began investigating an accusation of inappropriate sexual conduct, according to a person with knowledge of the situation.
FBI background checks will continue while other agencies send workers home.
Paul Bocuse, who became one of the 20th century's most influential chefs by building on the traditions of French haute cuisine with a distinctive style that emphasized simplicity and freshness, has died. He was 91.
Archer-Daniels-Midland Co. sought merger talks with Bunge Ltd., said a person briefed on the matter, potentially setting up a battle for control of the giant agricultural trader with Glencore Plc.
The liquefied natural gas tanker headed to the U.S. with a controversial cargo is due to resume its journey after making a U-turn in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean last night.
But even faster flights may be right around the corner.