As the G7 countries meet in Canada, China will host India and Russia for a two-day summit.
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Frustrated by an endless wait for their green cards, immigrant doctors in rural towns with critical doctor shortages say they are considering leaving the US.
The "gig economy" of freelancers and short-term workers comprises a big chunk of America's labor force, but it may not be growing as much as you think.
Deloitte estimates that a legal pot industry in Canada would generate sales of up to $4.3 billion in its first year.
The leaders of the world's largest economies are at each others' throats over tariffs. Should they be?
UK department store operator House of Fraser is planning to close more than half its stores in a move that could result in as many as 6,000 job losses.
Rising fuel prices are eating into airline profits. That will trickle down to air fare.
The company is reopening the second of two blast furnaces in Granite City, Illinois.
Switzerland's government, central bank and big lenders say the 'sovereign money' proposal would be disastrous for the economy.
Mexico hits back with retaliatory tariffs on bourbon and US farm products in dispute over US tariffs on imported steel and aluminum.
The Reserve Bank of India raised the rate of which it lends to banks from 6% to 6.25% on Wednesday.
For the first time in decades, the number of open jobs at US employers exceeds the number of unemployed people looking for work, according to report from the Labor Department.
On the heels of Seattle's passage of the controversial 'Amazon tax' based on employee head count, Mountain View, California, and Cupertino, California, are considering related proposals.
President Donald Trump's administration "closed the door" on the EU's trade offers, according to the European Union's trade commissioner Cecilia Malmström.
The rise of electric vehicles could put as many as 100,000 jobs at risk in Germany's auto industry, according to a study published Tuesday.
President Trump's hostile trade policy is causing America's leading CEOs to scale back their plans for hiring and spending.
President Trump declared war on government regulations. But in the administration's pursuit of savings and cutting through the red tape, there may be a lot more at stake.
British taxpayers are still feeling the pain 10 years after they bailed out the Royal Bank of Scotland.
Spending on these health care conditions and services is growing quickly, a new government analysis has found.