Investors moved to the sidelines on Friday, with the dollar and world stocks markets barely budging, before U.S. jobs data that are considered key to convincing the Federal Re ..
Shin Kyuk-ho, the founder of one of South Korea's biggest and best-known conglomerates, has sought to crown his rags-to-riches success story by building the country' ..
German industrial production unexpectedly dropped in June as a result of weaker performances by the construction and machinery sectors and calendar effects caused by public ho ..
Armed with a doctorate in financial engineering, 34-year-old Timo Schlaefer was on his way to a promising career at Goldman Sachs in London. Previously with the bank's me ..
Germany's Finance Ministry favors a bridge loan for Greece to give Athens and its creditors sufficient time to negotiate a comprehensive third bailout, the Sueddeutsche Z ..
A shop in South Korea's capital specializing in goods made in the North has run nearly $140,000 through its tills in just three months of business, helping dispel the not ..
Business is so tough for oilfield giants Schlumberger NV and Halliburton Co that they have come up with a new sales pitch for crude producers halting work in the worst downtur ..
A $3 million yacht left Key West this week with two barbeque grills, 250 channels of satellite TV and a just-in-case plan for rescuing stranded Cuban rafters encountered in th ..
The retailer Abercrombie & Fitch plans to discontinue on-call shifts in New York this year, dropping a requirement for employees to remain available in case they're c ..
A lawyer for ride service Uber, which has been sued by drivers who contend they should be considered employees and are seeking class action status, said it would be preferable ..