Losses in Europe, Growth in US - Time For Ford To Leave Europe?

Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F) must be asking itself when the European automotive market becomes too toxic as sales in the region slump, the euro zone teeters on the brink of disaster and carmaker predicts European losses of close to $600 million in the second quarter.

Crude Oil Futures Fall On Economic Woes

Crude oil futures declined during Asian trading hours Tuesday as sentiment was dampened on concerns that faltering global growth could lead to lower oil demand.

Almost 23% Of Gulf Of Mexico's Oil-And-Gas Output Cut By Storm

Because of Tropical Storm Debby in the Gulf of Mexico, about 22.7 percent of the gulf's current daily oil production and about 22.9 percent of its current daily natural-gas production has been shut-in, according to the U.S. Interior Department's Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement.

Tropical Storm Debby Cuts Oil-And-Gas Output In Gulf Of Mexico

With Tropical Storm Debby more or less dead in the water of the central Gulf of Mexico, the U.S. Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement estimates about 7.8 percent of the gulf's current daily oil production and about 8.16 percent of its current daily natural-gas production are now shut-in.

Tropical Storm Chris Forecast, Threat Level, Map, Wind Speeds And More

Tropical Storm Chris has formed above the north Atlantic Ocean, coming as an early third tropical storm of the 2012 hurricane season. Find out all about the storm including its maximum wind speeds, threat level, how big it is, what caused it and what the forecasts are for this weather event.

Chris Brown-Drake Bar Fight: 7 New Developments In Alleged Brawl Over Rihanna

Chris Brown and Drake got into a violent brawl in a New York City nightclub on Thursday night that left multiple people injured and authorities still unclear of the timeline of events. The woman at the center of the storm is allegedly none other than R&B superstar Rihanna, who has been romantically linked to both men.

World economies prepare for panic after Greek polls

Authorities in the world's major economies are preparing for a possible market storm or public panic after cliffhanger Greek elections this weekend, officials said on Thursday, should radical leftists win and cast doubt on the nation's future in the euro zone.