By Irene Dominioni Amsterdam is famous for its vibrant, avant-garde cafes, but one of them has a particularly intriguing concept.
Japan's economy continues to grow thanks to exports, but spending by consumers is weak and there are fears about US protectionist policies.
Britain's economy remained resilient at the end of last year despite the UK's surprise vote in June to leave the European Union.
A senior White House adviser is in hot water after promoting products of President Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka.
European Court of Justice rules on a case involving Carrefour and Intermarché over comparisons in adverts between prices in different sized retailers.
Ryanair had to cut its fares more than expected during the last three months of 2016 because of over-capacity, which pulled down profits.
The ideological project that Trump and Bannon will seek to carry out could have far-reaching geopolitical and economic implications that should worry not only progressives, but also dyed-in-the-wool conservatives like me. To understand how far they are willing to go, one must understand their ultima
There was a strong start to 2017 for factory activity in the eurozone as surveys showed it increased at the fastest rate in nearly six years.
By arbitrarily selecting particular businesses to carry out his “commands,” Trump will destroy the core market principles of transparency and fairness.
Spain's economy hit one of the eurozone's fastest growth rates for 2016 but its consumer-led recovery may slow in the coming months
German businesses are gloomier this month according to a survey of 7,000 firms, which may or may not be linked to Trump's protectionist comments.
Dominic Waughray, Head of Public Private Partnership World Economic Forum More than 3,000 participants from nearly 100 countries, including over 50
Global elite in Davos consider the Trump presidency - will he act on what he says, or rather Tweets or whether he will prove to be more pragmatic?
President Xi Jinping made the first appearance by a Chinese leader at Davos addressing growing anti-globalist sentiment.
Released on the eve of the World Economic Forum, the damning document states that eight of the world's richest people together possess as much wealth as the 3.6 billion poorest combined.
By John Chambers, Executive Chairman of Cisco SAN JOSE – Around the world, people are demanding change. Recent electoral outcomes – perhaps most
The four-day affair of panel discussions, lunches and cocktail parties will touch on subjects as diverse as terrorism, artificial intelligence and wellness - but focus on the rise of populism.
In a bid to contain rising prices in the face of mounting street anger, Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto has set out a plan to help struggling families.
By Joseph E. Stiglitz, Recipient of the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences in 2001 and Professor at Columbia University NEW YORK – Every
Britain's economy finished 2016 strongly according to industry surveys, but companies are forecasting price rises from higher raw materials costs.
British and Irish manufacturing grew at a fast pace in December, showing little effect from the Brexit vote.
Chile’s Economy Minister Luis Felipe Cespedes found himself in hot water after he was presented with an inflatable sex doll at an industry dinner.
Mediaset's top shareholder Fininvest and Vivendi have both raised their stakes in the Italian broadcaster leading to talk of a hostile takeover bid.
Lyon’s festival of light is not only an important economic barometer for France’s second city, it is also a useful gauge for the whole country.
Talks between the Venezuelan government and a coalition of opposition parties have reached a stalemate which facilitators from the Vatican are hoping to break.
A reversal in unemployment fortunes and robust trade have done little to ease tensions about the future in Austria's mutating economy.
Cash registers might be ringing up less in sales this Christmas in Britain and France according to twin surveys