Economists within the Federal Reserve are struggling to size up the strength of the U.S. labor market but can't even agree what yardstick to use. Andreas Hornstein, a sen ..
Growth of just 0.2% for the currency bloc, half as much as economists had forecast, adds pressure on the European Central Bank to deliver stimulus measures next month in its b ..
Airlines for America, a lobbying association for U.S. airlines, forecasts that about 210 million passengers will fly on the nation's carriers between June and August, up ..
Global stock markets were mostly lower Thursday ahead of quarterly European growth figures that investors hope will show a strengthening economic recovery. European stocks tur ..
BERLIN/PARIS (Reuters) - Germany posted strong growth in the first quarter of the year in stark contrast with France: the euro zone's second largest economy failed to exp ..
Britain's second-biggest drugmaker has rejected a $106 billion approach from its U.S. rival Pfizer, arguing that it has a bright future as an independent firm due to a pr ..
European stocks followed Asia higher on Thursday while the euro fell as investors bet central banks in developed markets would continue their monetary support, with the Europe ..
AT&T Inc (NYS:T) is working with investment bank Lazard Ltd (LAZ) as it negotiates a potential takeover of DirecTV (DTV), the country's top satellite TV operator, acc ..
Chipotle’s two chief executives together earned $50 million last year. Investor unease is rising. ..
Democratic Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel has acknowledged that Sprint and T-Mobile may not remain viable as independent companies in meetings with people on Wall Street and ..