U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on Tuesday suggested that Washington would not insist that Iran answer unresolved questions about its past nuclear activities because the United States already knows exactly what Tehran has
In California's capital city of Sacramento this month, stark black billboards loomed over highways and faded commercial strips, offering solace to the troubled: "Looking for the answers in life?" one asked. "Discover Muhammad
Democratic Republic of Congo said on Tuesday that Ivanhoe Mines' sale of a stake in the Kamoa copper mine to China's Zijin Mining should be suspended until concerns raised by the government can be resolved.
A federal appeals court on Tuesday rejected American Express Co's emergency request to halt an injunction that requires the company to let merchants steer customers toward lower-cost cards offered by competitors.
The total value of foreign direct investment into Britain has topped 1 trillion pounds ($1.56 trillion) for the first time, Prime Minister David Cameron's government said on Wednesday, hailing "a sharp increase" in net flows
Real estate mogul and TV personality Donald Trump announced his candidacy for the 2016 U.S. presidential election on Tuesday in a blitz of boasts, inflammatory comments and attacks on both fellow Republicans and President Bar
United Airlines said on Tuesday it plans to end service in October at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport, where it failed to profit over seven years because it offered few connections to other cities, and add fl
Coty is on track to acquire Proctor & Gamble's beauty business in a $12 billion deal that would make the U.S. cosmetic company the world leader in perfume and hair care, sources close to the matter said.
The two politicians vying to chair the council of euro zone finance ministers, a key role in the Greek debt crisis, set out their stalls on Tuesday, with the Dutch incumbent promising further reforms and his Spanish challenge
Qatar Airways Chief Executive Akbar Al Baker on Tuesday accused the International Labour Organization (ILO) of having a "vendetta" against Qatar and its state carrier after the U.N. agency called for it to stop discriminating
Amazon Inc is developing a mobile application that would pay ordinary people, rather than courier companies, to deliver packages en route to other destinations, the Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday.
Saudi Arabian billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal and the Forbes magazine group said they had settled a libel suit over its reporting on his fortune, which he argued was billions of dollars larger than the magazine estimate
The boom in commercial plane orders of recent years appears to be giving way to a more sustainable pace of demand at the 2015 Paris air show, with jetmakers increasingly focused on lifting production to meet their record back
Britain's main share index bounced up off five-month lows on Tuesday, boosted by firmer tobacco stocks and a broader stabilisation in equity markets which have slumped in recent sessions on fears over Greece.
European shares recovered in late trading and ended higher on Tuesday after hitting a four-month low, with analysts saying the Greece-led sell-off and a weaker euro had created some buying opportunities for investors.
Lockheed Martin Corp, the largest U.S. weapons maker, on Tuesday said it had been in "initial contact" with French government officials about their interest in buying some C-130J transport planes to augment a fleet of larger
Rich countries must learn the lessons of the war on drugs and the U.S. prohibition of alcohol in the 1920s and realise that trying to stop migrants from moving is just making the problem worse, an independent U.N. expert said
India's system for training doctors is broken. It is plagued by rampant fraud and unprofessional teaching practices, exacerbating the public health challenge facing this fast-growing but still poor nation of about 1.25 billio
U.S. prosecutors on Monday made public their 2013 plea agreement with Chuck Blazer, revealing that the former FIFA executive committee member had been secretly providing authorities information for nearly two years before he
Apparel retailer Gap Inc said it would close a quarter of Gap specialty stores in North America over the next few years, including 140 this year, potentially affecting thousands of jobs as the company struggles with a slump i