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Climate change could slash labor productivity over the next 30 years, with Southeast Asia the worst affected, according to a new report.
Political and social crises are hampering Europe's recovery. And even though they may have risen separately, they're increasingly interlinked.
Economists were scrambling Friday to reassess their investment outlooks after the ECB signaled more stimulus could be on the way.
London-born Adele dropped “Hello”, her first single and music video in three years, on Friday morning and fans can’t get enough of it.
The swathe of smart watches entering the market led by Apple's Watch has dented sales of Swiss-made timepieces and looks set to continue weighing on the sector.
A sharp decline in oil prices highlights the "urgency" for oil exporters to adjust government spending plans.
More than four years in the waiting, Adele has announced her third, highly-anticipated studio album, named “25”.
British vacuum brand, Dyson has begun legal action against German rivals Bosch & Siemens, claiming they've misled customers on their product testing.
The black London cab is as quintessentially British (or London) as you can get but it's had a makeover to bring it into the 21st century.
We take a look at what kind of an era Justin Trudeau will usher in for Canada.
Financial markets are closely watching Chinese President Xi Jinping's state visit to the U.K. but the First Lady of China is also causing a stir.
The Central Bank of Ireland is to gradually phase out small copper change from circulation, becoming the latest European country to do so.
EM equities saw their first inflows in more than three months last week, but emerging markets have nonetheless had a torrid year.
The U.S. may have got a visit first, but Chinese President Xi Jinping's trip to the U.K. this week will likely be a good deal more harmonious — and potentially, lucrative.
Technology is changing the way everyone works, but it’s hitting some jobs harder than others.
You might have expected Russia to loom in the Democratic presidential debate, but a small Nordic country sparked discussion.
Despite having an economy bigger than China’s, many feel Europe is lacking confidence. What can we do to bring back its swagger?
The best-known philanthropists may herald from the U.S., but many European nations send far more aid overseas in proportion to the size of their economies.