London's Heathrow warned it could struggle to grow its business after accusing the industry regulator of imposing a "draconian" cap on the prices Britain's ..
China is poised to become the world's top trading nation, a position long held by the United States. China reported Friday that its total trade for 2013 reached $4.2 tril ..
Some euro zone banks are restricting lending to boost their performance in financial stress tests this year, a member of the European Central Bank's (ECB) governing counc ..
Fiat (MIL:F) will focus on revamping its Alfa Romeo brand after its planned merger with Chrysler and will keep production of the marque in Italy as it seeks to revive its Euro ..
China's export growth slowed more than expected in December due to a higher comparison base a year earlier and a clamp-down on speculative activities disguised as export ..
Germany's Volkswagen increased sales at its core passenger-car brand by 3.3 percent in December to 535,200 autos, as volume growth in China offset shrinking demand in Eur ..
Indonesia's government was scrambling to pass last-minute regulations to limit the impact of a controversial ban that could halt billions of dollars worth of unprocessed ..
Well-off students at private schools have long subsidized poorer classmates. But as states grapple with the rising cost of higher education, middle-income students at public c ..
An "embarrassed and humiliated" New Jersey Governor Chris Christie sacked a top aide Thursday in response to a mushrooming scandal over a vindictive bridge lane clos ..
President Barack Obama is leaning toward extending broad privacy protections to non-U.S. citizens and is seriously considering restructuring the National Security Agency progr ..