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An adviser to Europe's highest court said an EU law on cigarettes was valid, rebuffing a challenge from British American Tobacco.
Britain's economy grew less strongly than previously thought in much of 2015, which may give the Bank of England pause for thought.
A company is being flooded with orders for its pre-fabricated homes to house some of the one million asylum seekers flooding into Germany.
Turing Pharmaceuticals said it is seeking a new chief executive to replace Martin Shkreli, who has been charged with fraud, and will cut jobs in a restructuring.
Women make up half of the workforce, yet they are still under-represented on boards, says Steve Odland. Here's how we can fix that.
Despite the success of Disney's latest Star Wars film, some analysts say the company is facing deeper issues, The New York Times reports.
Bryn Jones says he is not swayed by most fixed-income opportunities apart from investment grade bonds.
The man to watch next year is Xi Jinping. Xi may have rattled the world’s markets this year, but 2016 will be all about making it up to them.
The launch and successful return of the rocket's first stage marked the first SpaceX flight since a June accident.
McDonald's is reaching out to investors about selling a part of the fast-food company's stake in its Japanese arm for about $826.2 million.
Gas is cheaper than it has been in years and oil is at its lowest in a decade. There's a lot of consumer goods that are more expensive than fuel.
JPMorgan Chase & Co has agreed to pay $150 million to resolve a securities fraud lawsuit over its "London Whale" trading scandal.
The force is strong with Disney and the new “Star Wars” franchise, and this is only set to flourish, according to one media analyst.
General Electric expects to announce a decision next month about whether it will move its headquarters out of Connecticut, a spokesman said on Sunday.
China will make its monetary policy more flexible and expand its budget deficit in 2016 to support a slowing economy, state media said Monday.
Workers at German warehouses of U.S. online retailer Amazon were called out on a strike by labour union Verdi as part of a dispute over pay.
Swedish mobile telecom gear maker Ericsson announced it had signed a patent licence deal with Apple Inc, ending a year-long dispute.
U.S. regulators are probing complaints about Theranos by two former employees, according to the Wall Street Journal.
IHH Healthcare is tapping into the pulse of China and India's demographic trends through acquisitions and joint partnerships.
China's capital Beijing issued its second smog red alert of the month on Friday, triggering vehicle restrictions and forcing schools to close.