Saudi Arabia's King Salman issued a decree last year that lifted a decades-old ban on women driving in the Kingdom. The announcement caught many — including auto manufacturers — by surprise.
Officials say they're unlikely to address any of the major changes demanded by the Trump administration
South Korea has one of the world’s highest human-to-convenience-store ratios, but increasingly, those stores are operating without staff, instead relying on machines to allow customers to purchase goods.
Most of the chain's 900-some UK stores are closed after a new supplier couldn't deliver chicken to stores
The American economy is strong by most metrics. But income inequality remains a huge concern: In some cases, a CEO can make a workers' annual income in a single day.
From child tax credits to business "pass-throughs," here's your guide to everything in the final GOP tax reform bill.
More than 450 power line workers from the New York area are on the ground in Puerto Rico trying to impose some order on the island's battered electric grid.
We know that fast fashion is polluting the Earth, clogging landfills and underpaying workers. What can consumers do to make better choices?
The US and European economies are so interconnected that if trade relationships falter, the effects could be catastrophic.
The EU turned the screws on US tech giants Wednesday, ordering Amazon to repay Luxembourg 250 million euros in back taxes and taking Ireland to court for failing to collect billions from Apple.