Europe Struggles To Meet Long-Term Climate Targets
March 03 2015 12:11 PM EST
Europe’s ambitious targets to curb carbon emissions and lessen climate change will require even more drastic changes.
When Will The Fed Take On Climate Change?
March 03 2015 9:33 AM EST
The Bank of England is studying financial risks associated with climate change and "stranded assets." Next up: The Federal Reserve.
Strong German Retail Sales Keep European Shares Near 7-Year Highs
March 03 2015 7:12 AM EST
German retail sales rose more than economists had forecast, helping lift the DAX stock index.
Nasdaq Hits 5,000, Dow Leaps 100 Points Ahead Of Jobs Report
March 02 2015 1:19 PM EST
U.S. stocks rallied Monday as the Nasdaq hit the 5,000 milestone for the first time since 2000 ahead of Friday's highly anticipated jobs report.
German Parliament Approves Greek Bailout Extension
February 27 2015 6:08 AM EST
Over 500 lawmakers voted in favor, including almost all of Chancellor Angela Merkel's right-left coalition plus the opposition Greens.
Anti-Syriza Protesters Clash With Police In Athens
February 27 2015 1:56 AM EST
The protesters accused Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras of going back on his anti-austerity pledges made before the elections.
The 'Nigerian Prince' Problem
February 26 2015 2:58 PM EST
Nigerian online entrepreneurs are still fighting a stereotype as old as email.
'Hidden Waste' Is Costing Us $400B A Year: Report
February 26 2015 12:56 PM EST
Consumers waste staggering amounts of food each year, boosting greenhouse gas emissions and costing precious dollars, a new study found.
How McDonald’s (Legally) Dodged $1.2B In Taxes
February 25 2015 3:50 PM EST
New report shows how the world’s largest fast-food chain can lower its European royalty tax bill from 27.5% to 0.4%
Germany Readies Reluctant Approval Of Greek Extension
February 25 2015 8:02 AM EST
Only 21 percent of Germans back an extension for Greece bailout.
Euro Zone Backs Greek Aid Extension, Seeks Clearer Reforms
February 25 2015 5:56 AM EST
A Greek finance ministry official said the country would start discussions immediately with its EU and IMF partners.
When Wall Street Wins, The Economy Loses
February 23 2015 1:13 PM EST
New economic research describes how a swiftly growing financial sector actually hurts the real economy.
Greece Promises To 'Destroy The Oligarchy' In New Tax Plan
February 23 2015 7:18 AM EST
The plan is part of a set of reforms Greece is set to deliver to its creditors later on Monday.
Greece Readies Reforms To Seal Its Bailout Deal
February 22 2015 10:34 AM EST
Seeking a financial lifeline from the eurozone, Greece's government prepped reform measures Sunday.
Dow, S&P 500 Set Records On Greece Debt Deal News
February 20 2015 2:36 PM EST
Investors cheered reports of a possible accord in Greece, putting the blue-chip Dow on track for its first record close of 2015.
Greece, Eurozone Agree On Draft Proposal To Extend Bailout: Report
February 20 2015 1:57 PM EST
Greece and eurozone finance ministers reportedly agreed on a draft Friday that could extend the country's bailout program.
Firestorm In France Over Labor Reforms
February 20 2015 11:51 AM EST
Emmanuel Macron's minor changes have sparked heated opposition from the left and the right.
Germans Reject Greek Plea For More Time
February 19 2015 2:54 PM EST
As the deadline nears, Greece's largest debt-holder denied a request for extra time to negotiate loans.
US Stocks Trade Flat Ahead Of Fed Update
February 18 2015 11:59 AM EST
Economists will be looking for clues from the Federal Reserve’s latest minutes as to when the central bank will begin hiking interest rates.
Greece Says Will Submit Loan Extension Request On Wednesday
February 18 2015 5:40 AM EST
Following the government's announcement, yields on Greek and other lower-rated eurozone bonds fell on Wednesday.