Industrial metals copper and nickel plunged and oil prices whipsawed, while the euro fell as low as $1.06 as the prospect of more policy easing by the ECB in Europe was compou ..
Profits from S&P 500 companies have fallen by about $25 billion in the first three quarters of this year, and a further drop is expected before the end of 2015 as energy c ..
Spurred by demand for cheaper chips and new products to power Internet-connected gadgets as well as the need to cut costs, the global semi-conductor industry has seen a wave o ..
Fresenius Medical Care (FMEG.DE), the world's largest dialysis provider, is looking for opportunities to grow in Europe and Asia as it feels the limits to growth in its l ..
The United States Commerce Secretary said on Monday China would offer better legal protection to U.S. firms that suffer theft of trade secrets after annual trade talks that yi ..
U.S. states are still repaying federal loans for unemployment benefits more than six years after the recession, costing businesses from mighty Apple Inc. to Ohio’s humble Cant ..
Oil prices fell on Monday, dented by the rise in the U.S. dollar to seven-month highs, and analysts see more losses triggered by the mismatch between global supply and demand. ..
CLINTON, Iowa (AP) — Pledging to invest in the "caring economy," Hillary Rodham Clinton proposed a new tax break Sunday for people caring for aging parents and grand ..
Legendary investor and CEO Warren Buffett is also a teacher. ..
Britain's "woefully inadequate" anti-money laundering system has left the country wide open to corrupt money and terrorism funds and needs radical overhaul, a l ..