Apple has maintained a lead in smartphone sales in the United States. However, its luck has run out worldwide as Samsung’s models continue a surge in popularity. ..
(Reuters) - Starbucks Corp (SBUX) is looking for thousands of good men - and women. The world's biggest coffee chain said on Wednesday it would commit to hiring at least ..
Euro zone retail sales fell more than expected in September, data showed on Wednesday, as shoppers held back with purchases amid a slow economic recovery weighed down by recor ..
British industrial output grew more strongly than expected in September as it bounced back from a fall the previous month, providing some reassurance that the country's e ..
In defying four years of official cooling efforts, China's soaring house prices reveal an uncomfortable truth: government is one of the biggest obstacles to the success o ..
RWE (RWE.DE), Germany's No.2 utility, will be cutting some 2,500 jobs in its power generating business in Germany over the next few years, a source familiar with the plan ..
Greek schools shut and flights were disrupted as workers held a general strike on Wednesday to protest austerity imposed by foreign lenders, whose inspectors were in Athens to ..
Three years ago, a trip to the Southern Kenya production facilities of Canadian company Africa Oil attracted only seven potential investors. The investor trip, described by sa ..
French power and engineering firm Alstom (ALO.PA) said it would shed 1,300 jobs and sell a stake in its transport business to raise between 1 and 2 billion euros after a drop ..
French private sector activity grew for a second straight month in October, and at a brisker pace than initially reported, as employment rose for the first time in more than 1 ..