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September 16, 2017
The Latest: London attack highlights need to train US agents
The Latest on an incident at a subway station in London (all times local): 10 p.m. The president of Amtrak's police labor ...
September 13, 2017
Squeeze on UK households continues as wages grow slowly
In spite of what looks like a buoyant labor market, household incomes in Britain are being squeezed by a combination of weak ...
September 12, 2017
Protests over French labor overhaul grip Paris, other cities
The Eiffel Tower saw service cutbacks, angry carnival workers snarled traffic around the Arc de Triomphe and police used ...
September 12, 2017
The Latest: Paris protesters: Labor changes favor employers
The Latest on the union-led protests in France against President Emmanuel Macron's changes to labor laws (all times local): ...
September 06, 2017
Mideast outpost of Louvre to open in Abu Dhabi in November
The Mideast outpost of France's iconic Louvre Museum will open in Abu Dhabi on Nov. 11, officials announced Wednesday, ending ...
September 05, 2017
Minister quits after saying Romania can't afford wages
Romania's defense minister has resigned after suggesting there are insufficient funds to pay the salaries of service members ...
September 04, 2017
This Week: Nissan Leaf, jobless claims, Kroger earnings
A look at some of the key business events and economic indicators upcoming this week: A NEW LEAF? Japanese automaker Nissan ...
September 01, 2017
How major US stock market indexes fared Friday
The more things change, the more they stay the same: U.S. stocks rose Friday as investors viewed a relatively weak jobs ...
August 31, 2017
Key changes in French labor rules after planned overhaul
The French government announced Thursday a plan to overhaul labor laws in the country, a thick set of complex rules that ...
August 31, 2017
French labor law changes will make it easier to hire, fire
President Emmanuel Macron's most daring undertaking, reforming France's nearly sacrosanct labor laws, got cheers and jeers ...
August 24, 2017
Study: Integration of Muslims in Germany moving ahead
The integration of Germany's more than 4 million Muslims is moving ahead, especially when it comes to employment and language ...
August 16, 2017
Squeeze on UK living standards eases as wages pick up
The squeeze on living standards in Britain since last year's Brexit vote appears to be abating, a development that should, ...
August 09, 2017
Asian stocks lower as US, NKorea nuclear tensions rise
Asian stock markets slid Wednesday following Wall Street's decline as President Donald Trump and North Korea traded threats ...
August 04, 2017
Another strong month of hiring sends stock indexes higher
Banks and other stocks climbed Friday after the government reported more gains in hiring last month, the latest signal that ...
August 03, 2017
Bank of England cuts growth forecasts, keeps rates low
The Bank of England kept interest rates on hold Thursday as it cut growth forecasts for this year and next, saying that it ...
August 02, 2017
Global stocks mostly lower ahead of US jobs data
Global stocks mostly turned lower on Wednesday amid reports that the U.S. is considering a move that would allow it to put ...
August 01, 2017
German jobless rate ticks up to 5.6 pct on seasonal factors
German authorities say the country's unemployment rate ticked up to 5.6 percent last month in a typical seasonal increase at ...
July 31, 2017
Europe's jobs market is healing, but wages still a weak link
The eurozone economy is healing nicely but inflation remains weak — good news for consumers in the short run but a sign of ...
July 27, 2017
France nationalizing shipyard amid Italian takeover interest
The French government is temporarily nationalizing the country's emblematic Saint-Nazaire shipyard to prevent an Italian ...
July 12, 2017
UK unemployment rate falls to 42-year low but wages subdued
Household incomes in Britain are being squeezed even though unemployment has fallen to its lowest level since the mid-1970s, ...