The turbulent selloff that marked the start of the year for U.S. stocks may be over, but the market will still end 2016 with a whimper, posting just a modest gain, according t ..
LANSING, Mich. (AP) — A judge says a political activist can proceed with efforts to recall Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder over his handling of Flint's crisis with lead-tainted wate ..
U.S. stock index futures indicated a lower open on Friday morning, following declines overseas on some disappointing data, as traders digested the March jobs report. ..
Gloomy Japanese manufacturing data on Friday ensured a downbeat start to the second quarter, driving stocks lower and supporting safe-haven assets like gold and the yen as inv ..
By Yasmeen Abutaleb and Joseph Menn SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Egypt blocked Facebook Inc's Free Basics Internet service at the end of last year after the U.S. company ref ..
Despite the risks of sharing customer information with Amazon, small businesses like using the company's online payment service ..
DUBAI (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia plans to set up a $2 trillion megafund for post-oil era, Bloomberg reported on Friday, citing Saudi deputy crown prince Mohammed bin Salman. "De ..
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on Friday will propose a $10 billion investment in partnerships to encourage the growth of the U.S. manufacturing sector as p ..
LONDON/SYDNEY (Reuters) - Activity in China's vast factory sector grew for the first time in nine months during March to bring a hint of spring to the global economy, alt ..
MANILA/LONDON (Reuters) - Steel producers in high-cost countries say their best hope for surviving the global glut is to develop higher value specialised products. The announc ..