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U.S. stocks fell modestly Wednesday as investors struggled to get a read on U.S. trade policy after President Trump said Mexico and Canada could be exempt from tariffs. Fred Katayama reports.
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British finance minister Philip Hammond has said that financial services should be at the heart of a new trade deal and the EU should drop its tough stance on limiting the sector's market access after Brexit. As Laura Frykberg reports, his comments f
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Mumbai, Mar 07 (ANI): On the eve of International Women's Day, scores of activists in Mumbai took out a demonstration over imposition of 12 percent tax on sanitary napkins. Protestors raised slogans and demanded sanitary napkins to be made tax-free.
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The Geneva Autoshow appears to be taking heed of the global #MeToo movement with the majority of carmakers now opting for male and female "product experts" to help sell cars instead of so-called "booth babes." Ciara Lee reports
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As South Africa grapples with the world's worst listeria outbreak, it's small stores that are taking a financial hit from customers fearing for their lives. David Pollard reports.
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European trade commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom the EU is prepared to take measures if the U.S. slaps tariffs on steel and aluminum. Fred Katayama reports.
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Rolls-Royce says it’s on track to meet its 2020 goals, after it beat forecasts last year and promised further cost-savings. As Laura Frykberg reports, shares in the aero-engine maker gained 15 percent after its 2017 pretax profit rose 25 percent.
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Global stocks and the dollar slumped on Wednesday after a strong White House advocate for free trade resigned, fanning fears that President Donald Trump will proceed with protectionist tariffs and risk a trade war. David Pollard reports.
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U.S. consumers have filed a lawsuit against Kobe Steel and Toyota, accusing the companies of violating consumer protection laws and engaging in fraud by concealing the use of substandard metal components in vehicles. Grace Lee reports.
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Europe's largest paper packaging producer Smurfit Kappa has rejected a takeover bid from U.S.-based International Paper, saying the proposal "fails entirely" to reflect its growth prospects and industry outlook. Aleksandra Michalska reports
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Stocks rose amid mixed signals from Washington on whether President Donald Trump would follow through with his proposed tariffs.. Fred Katayama reports.
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The online retail giant's CEO is the richest man in the world, followed by Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates and Berkshire Hathaway's Warren Buffett. Elly Park reports.