Japanese exports rose 17.0 percent in January from a year earlier for a fifth straight month of gains, Ministry of Finance data showed on Thursday, in a further sign of a pick ..
U.S. weapons makers on Wednesday cautiously welcomed a new U.S. export policy for unmanned planes, saying it could boost equipment sales while making it easier for the U.S. mi ..
The U.S. dollar was nursing losses in Asia on Thursday while bonds held hefty gains as investors scaled back expectations on how fast, and how far, the Federal Reserve might r ..
YouTube has been exploring a paid, ad-free version of its service for some time. The company launched a pilot program in May 2013 that allowed individual content creators to c ..
Nobel Prize winning economist, and Yale University professor, Robert Shiller says the American economy is changing and we may not be dealing with it in the right way. ..
Federal authorities in San Francisco are probing U.S.-based Mirach Capital Group, two sources familiar with the situation told Reuters, amid allegations that the group gave a ..
Oil prices dipped into the red on Wednesday, raising worries over the persistence of the month-long rally, amid concerns swelling crude inventories will put pressure on prices ..
T-Mobile's chief executive on Wednesday called the recent U.S. auction of airwaves "a disaster" for American consumers as he took aim at rules that allowed Dish ..
The comeback rally in oil paused on Wednesday, with crude prices falling 5 percent or more after traders and investors were overwhelmed by the latest estimates for U.S. supply ..
ATHENS/BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Greece is expected to ask on Thursday for an extension to its "loan agreement" with the euro zone as it faces running out of cash within ..