Atop a long list of worries was Europe, whose policymakers remain deeply divided in their approach to the refugee crisis even as the bloc faces a host of other challenges.
Attention is too often focused on developing vaccines rather than on improving healthcare training and access to medical supplies, experts say.
Climate change issues should be tackled by the U.N., not in trade deals like the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the U.S. trade representative said.
Loretta Lynch: US Is Not Seeking Backdoor Access To Encrypted Communication But Wants Silicon Valley's Help
The U.S. attorney general said talks with Silicon Valley on cybersecurity issues continue, and both sides are "struggling with the issue."
At the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, a UAE official indicated the country wants to stop helping pay for energy.
Davos 2016: South African President Zuma Slammed For Missing Key Panel On Africa At World Economic Forum
South African President Jacob Zuma has long been criticized for his leadership abilities.
World leaders and people in charge of money are nursing angst over the potentially perilous state of the global economy.
As Russian revenues from oil exports fall and sanctions over Ukraine isolate the economy, the country is realizing the need to make it easier for its companies to do business.
Davos 2016: Health And Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell Says America Already Has A Government-Supported Healthcare System
Weighing in on the 2016 presidential race, Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Mathews Burwell said “everyone in the United States is supported by the government in their healthcare.”
During a debate at the World Economic Forum, leaders from Kuwait, Bahrain, Egypt and the UAE agreed on one thing — the need to reduce their dependence on oil.
World Economic Forum: Saudi Arabia Is ‘Opening The Door’ To Foreign Investment As Kingdom Aims To Break Oil Addiction
In Davos, Khalid al-Falih, chairman of state-owned oil giant Saudi Aramco, urged investors to back the kingdom’s diversification strategy.
Stock markets don’t necessarily offer insight into the broader economy, so seasoned hands are urging investors to take a deep breath.
The country's troubled economy topped the agenda Thursday when its prime minister met with the leader of the International Monetary Fund.
Participants at the World Economic Forum in Switzerland painted a bleak picture of the current state of the global economy on Thursday.
Economists and leaders on Thursday examined the challenges of rebooting the economy — and how governments can forge public-private partnerships.
David Cameron said Thursday that EU reform on immigration and business are important to keeping the U.K. in the 28-country bloc.
As global markets continued to slide, policy leaders gathered in Davos, Switzerland, cautioned the Federal Reserve to keep interest rates low.
China Will Avoid Dramatic Slowdown, And No Need For Deep Depreciation Of The Yuan, Says Top Regulator
Fang Xinghai, a senior economic adviser to the Chinese leadership, said Thursday communication is a problem for China.
The panelists at the World Economic Forum summit identified power supply, technology and skills as the best ingredients to ensure growth.
Leaders from Germany, Greece, France and the Netherlands stressed the need for greater cohesion amid growing uncertainty.
With Inequality Rising, Billionaire Steve Schwarzman Expresses Surprise That American Voters Are Unhappy
At a gathering of the world’s elite, Blackstone CEO Steve Schwarzman wonders why U.S. voters are so unhappy.
Finance heavyweights from Morgan Stanley and the International Monetary Fund aren’t panicking over digital currency disruption.
Confidence about near-term sales growth among chief executives around the world has fallen to its lowest level in six years.
New EU arrivals could boost the bloc’s GDP if they were integrated into the labor market, said the head of the International Monetary Fund.
‘Collisions’ VR Film Premiere At Davos Shows What It Was Like To Witness An Atomic Test In The 1950s
"Collisions," a 15-minute virtual reality film premiering Wednesday, could legitimize and further the medium’s power to give viewers a deep, immersive experience.
Tensions between Iran and Saudi Arabia, political turmoil in Brazil and uncertainty over growth in China were all matters of concern, according to a panel at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
Despite an outcry from watchdog groups, GM CEO Mary Barra said Wednesday the company’s move helps consumers by keeping costs low.
A recent study found 40 percent of young people globally said they thought a computer or robot could be doing their jobs within 10 years.
Falling oil prices are driving the need for creative ways to fund renewable technology, a panel of experts at the World Economic Forum said.
The so-called Fourth Industrial Revolution is here, and industry leaders at Davos suggest we focus on the possibilities.