The European Central Bank said its decision took into account “concerns that this banknote could facilitate illicit activities.”
Ahead of a June referendum on Britain leaving the European Union, economic growth in the country seems to have stalled.
A report Monday found that companies with higher levels of gender diversity performed better, in several areas.
Ferrari Chairman and Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne will take over as Ferrari’s CEO.
Janos Fonagy, the state secretary at the Ministry of National Development, described the ride-hailing company as “consciously and cynically breaking every Hungarian law.”
Pharmaceutical companies announced deals worth $40 billion this week, but not everyone is convinced they’re good for business.
The Amazon founder regained his spot as the world’s fourth-richest person Thursday after the tech company’s stock soared.
A two-tiered patent-challenge system that plays an important role in the pharmaceutical industry is being scrutinized by the U.S. Supreme Court.
South Korea's Olympic Committee just unveiled a collection of pants and long-sleeved shirts for its athletes headed to Rio.
The insurance company beat analysts' expectations when it reported its first-quarter earnings Wednesday, even as its net income of $703 million fell nearly 19 percent from the previous year.
The Latin American country drastically devalued its currency in February. Now U.S. corporations are counting the impact.
The agenda of a world conference this week in Paris shows how much about the virus remains unknown.
Why is UnitedHealth, the nation’s largest health insurer, leaving Harken Health in place in the state markets it plans to exit in 2017 to cut losses?
CEO Steve Easterbrook was brought over from Britain in early 2015 to save the ailing fast-food chain. Here's how he says that’s paid off.
Fiercely protective of his music, the Purple One waged legal battles throughout his career. Were they just good business?
President Obama’s recent pro-European Union solidarity plea isn’t going down very well in the United Kingdom.
The book, announced a month before the superstar’s death, was billed as ‘an unconventional and poetic journey.’
It was symbolic that Queen Elizabeth II chose to work Thursday, her birthday, because the pay-gap outlook for British women is abysmal.
Expanded Medicaid coverage helped trimmed debt by $600 to $1,000 among those living in low-income neighborhoods, new research shows.
Earnings will likely reflect that Anthem, Aetna, Humana and Cigna are still figuring out how to thrive in an Obamacare world.