Shares were having their strongest session since late 2008 on Thursday, with a 9.3% post-earnings gain that had them back near their best-ever level recorded in March. ..
The U.S. economy grows an average of 1.8% faster when a Democrat rather than Republican is in the White House, according to new research from Princeton economists Alan Blinder ..
Mexico's vote on rules for the end of its 76-year state-oil monopoly couldn't come at a better time for global energy companies from Exxon Mobil Corp. (XOM) to Royal ..
Volkswagen's 5 billion euro ($6.68 billion) cost-savings plan hit a major setback after labor leaders forced management to axe McKinsey, the consultants working out the c ..
With roughly 47 million Americans living in poverty and roughly $1 trillion dollars in government spending on welfare programs to help them, we ask the former head of New York ..
McDonald's unquestionably has its issues, from weak domestic same-store sales to kitchen complexity, and from trouble in China to a potentially costly labor ruling. Despi ..
The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits unexpectedly fell last week, pointing to a further strengthening of labor market conditions. Initial claims ..
The 1 percent is literally rich beyond measure, depriving nations of billions in tax revenue and obscuring shifts in global inequality. Research conducted separately by Europe ..
The government may have put an end to the inversion fad by all but forcing Walgreen to stay at home. ..
The European Central Bank left interest rates unchanged on Thursday, holding off fresh policy action as it prepares to launch fresh funding for banks next month that it hopes ..