Sterling shed a full U.S. cent in a matter of minutes Wednesday morning.
The “licensing” procedure seems silly considering the State Department has long designated Iran as “the leading state sponsor of terrorism globally.”
The group of losers from globalization in its current form is strong enough politically to say “stop.”
France's government invoked special constitutional powers to impose labor legislation that will make it easier to hire and fire staff.
It's time for doctors and insurers to steer patients to non-prescription remedies. Doing so would save patients billions while improving their health.
Stakeholders unsure if the time is right to legalize recreational weed while medical distribution regulations spark controversy.
Electric cars are too expensive and not great for the environment.
New FCC regulations only apply to interstate calls, and private firms are boosting the cost of local calls to make up for lost revenue.
VW says its new business model is in electric cars: The company will be rolling out 31 electric vehicles in the coming years.
Tesla's Elon Musk proposed a bid for SolarCity Corp, where is the chairman and largest shareholder.
“I fail to appreciate the economic explanation,” said the Nigerian president.
Critics say the state has not done enough to assist those struggling find housing, jobs amid a new business boom.
China has become a world leader in supercomputer technology by focusing on homegrown research and development.
"Peoples’ personalities and communication styles largely govern how decisions are made and what culture is formed."
A lawsuit challenges historians about where the Confederate general camped before the Battle of Bull Run.
U.S. interest rates expected to remain low as U.S. Commerce Department plans to release its final gross domestic product estimate for the first quarter of 2016.
Sterling fell to a 31-year low as traders panicked amid early wins for the Leave campaign.
Owners will receive an average of $5,000 in compensation along with the estimated value of the vehicles as of September 2015.
A lawsuit accuses the automaker of concealing a defect linked to driverless rollaway accidents, including this week's death of Star Trek actor Anton Yelchin.
Judges have already announced 19 of this year's 24 awards categories.
Musk’s vision is for people’s homes and cars to be powered by the sun.
Twitter has bought London-based AI startup Magic Pony Technology for $150 million.
The German automaker misled bondholders by failing to disclose that it had used a device in some of its diesel cars that allowed them to temporarily reduce emissions during testing.
Grown for millennia, hemp’s uses are nearly endless—but the industry struggles to get attention compared to its sexier cousin, marijuana.
Adding to uncertainty this week will be the rebalancing of Russell indexes, requiring fund managers to rebalance their own portfolios.
The sportswear company has been on the rise domestically, but the Rio Games offers a chance to cut into Nike and Adidas' worldwide market share.
The obstacles include an economy tightly controlled by a one-party state, the lack of the rule of law and a people whose purchasing power is $20 a month.