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TOKYO (Associated Press) -- Asian indexes were mostly lower on Wednesday as investors shifted their attention to uncertainties over a planned U.S.-North Korea summit after the perk from eased U.S.-China trade tensions faded. KEEPING SCORE: Japan's benchmark…

U.K. inflation unexpectedly slowed to a 13-month low in April as cheaper air fares more than offset the impact of rising fuel prices.

Malaysia’s government debt exceeds 1 trillion ringgit ($252 billion), inflated by borrowing by a state investment company that’s at the center of a multi billion-dollar corruption scandal.

Economic momentum in the euro area cooled yet again in May as more temporary factors weighed on output in manufacturing and services.

The Spanish Budget Ministry is working on a plan to reorganize the debt of the country’s regional governments to help them sell bonds in the public markets again after a six-year absence.

NEW YORK (Associated Press) -- J.C. Penney CEO Marvin Ellison, a former Home Depot executive, is leaving the department store chain after less than four years to become the top executive at Lowe's. The announcement Tuesday, just…

Today in Brexit: Boris Johnson sets out his demands for Brexit, and warns the new Irish backstop proposal needs to be limited in time so Britain can press on with forging its own trade policy.

In western Europe, we conveniently ignore our own faults – and show little compassion for our neighbours’ troubled pasts, says Natalie Nougayrède

WASHINGTON (Associated Press) -- Americans kept up their health insurance last year despite President Donald Trump's all-out push to dismantle the Obama-era coverage expansion. That's the counter-intuitive conclusion from a major government survey Tuesday. After nearly a…

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Guests on our podcast "Success! How I Did It" run everything from Vimeo to Planned Parenthood to NASA, and consider these lessons hugely important.

Facebook Inc. founder Mark Zuckerberg left European Union lawmakers fuming over unanswered questions at the end of a hearing that began with a mea culpa for the company’s recent privacy woes.

As British shoppers continue to tighten their purse strings and shop online, investors are placing bets on which retailers will survive.