Shares in Europe fell Friday, while U.S. futures edged lower, as investors digested the latest batch of corporate earnings results and awaited a key reading on the health of the U.S.
Donald Trump seized on the GOP’s failure to change enough to accommodate four decades of newcomers. A split looms after Election Day.
Global stocks started the week with gains ahead of closely watched economic data including third-quarter growth figures from the U.S. Spanish stocks and bonds led gains in Europe after the country’s political deadlock was broken.
The economic shocks of globalization have triggered social and political tensions in China just as they have in the U.S.
Blood-test results caused alarm and prompted changes in treatment; some patients weren’t told for months about unreliable results.
Truckers say faulty background checks and difficulties getting access to paid reports and resolving disputed information are depriving them of jobs.
‘One Ford’ used to be the No. 2 U.S. auto maker’s rallying, but now CEO Mark Fields is pivoting toward Two Fords. recasting the company as both an auto maker and a transportation-services provider.
The quest for find the next great specialty brew has led aficionados to Congo despite its Kalashnikovs, death threats and corruption.
The discontent driving Donald Trump’s campaign stems in part from the dashed employment promises of the late 1990s. Tech companies moved manufacturing jobs outside the U.S., the newest giants need fewer workers and the number of startups fizzled.
Unifor President Jerry Dias says, after several weeks of dedicated talks, Fiat Chrysler is resisting following the pattern set in Unifor’s contract with General Motors.
Tesla Motors Inc. posted the second quarterly profit in its history as a public company, as the auto maker had its best sales period on record, helped by the new Model X sport-utility vehicle.
Technology strategist Michael Wolf predicts a fast-changing landscape that will get harder for advertising-supported content companies while enriching digital gatekeepers such as Google, Facebook, Apple, Amazon and Microsoft.
The decrepit state of aging oil fields is a crucial reason why Venezuela’s output is falling faster than that of any other major oil producer bar insurgency-riven Nigeria, despite having the world’s largest reserves.
Philippines president, driven by a sense of grievance over colonial history and perceived slights, threatens to undo a vital American relationship in Asia.
An addictive synthetic painkiller that some studies say is as powerful as morphine remains unregulated on the recommendation of the World Health Organization, helping spread abuse and addiction in the developing world.
Yanking a page from Apple’s playbook, Google has created the best Android phone, Joanna Stern says.
The long boom after World War II left Americans with unrealistic expectations, but there’s no going back to that unusual Golden Age.
The 2016 Nobel Prize in Literature was awarded to musician Bob Dylan for creating “new poetic expressions within the great American song tradition.”
U.S. stocks slid as disappointing earnings results, led by Alcoa and Illumina, dampened investor hopes for a rebound in corporate performance.
European stocks struggled for traction as shares of banks and energy companies declined.
Deutsche Bank posted an unexpected profit and set aside more cash to cover litigation costs amid talks aimed at settling mortgage-securities probes with U.S. authorities.
A look at the destruction of the Syrian city shows food running short and graveyards full, with residents struggling to survive a blockade by Assad forces.
On the verge of challenging Apple’s global dominance in mobile phones, the South Korean company made a rushed decision, based on incomplete evidence, that would later force it to kill the model.
Newspapers are suffering an accelerating drop in print advertising, a market that already was under stress, forcing some publishers to consider significant cost cuts and dramatic changes to their print and digital products.
Stocks and commodities rebounded while government bonds stabilized after a recent rout.
CEO Doug Oberhelman, taking over in 2010 during a global commodities boom, invested heavily in production of machinery and equipment. Then commodities began their long slide.
Stocks turned lower amid weak Chinese economic data and a downturn in the price of oil.
Technology companies dragged down European stocks, while the British pound began to stabilize from steep overnight swings.
Donald Trump held a media event with women who have accused Bill Clinton of sexual misconduct, making it clear that Sunday night's debate is likely be a no-holds-barred showdown.