German confectionary giant Haribo plans to open its first US factory in Wisconsin by 2020, the maker of gummy bears said in a statement Friday.
France’s private sector growth accelerated in March to reach its highest level in nearly six years, a key survey showed Friday.
Battered by an economic crisis, Venezuelans are used to waiting in long lines for scarce goods, but many found themselves queuing Thursday for something the ailing oil giant was supposed to have in spades: gasoline.
President Donald Trump’s pick to serve as the chief US financial markets regulator defended himself Thursday against charges his career as a Wall Street lawyer could hinder his ability to oversee the industry effectively.
More work is needed to narrow the differences in talks to unlock new loans for debt-laden Greece, although some progress has been made, an IMF spokesman said Thursday.
Workers at the world’s largest copper mine, BHP Billiton’s Escondida in Chile, ended a lengthy strike Thursday, invoking a law that allows them to keep their old contract for 18 months, their lawyer said.
British retail sales rebounded strongly last month despite Brexit jitters, official data showed Thursday, sparking a spike in the pound.
The famous red star logo of Dutch beer giant Heineken could be banned in Hungary under a government proposal seeking to prohibit the commercial use of “totalitarian” symbols, Budapest said Thursday.
The Walt Disney Company announced Thursday it was again extending chief executive Bob Iger’s contract for another year, this time to July 2019.
Sales of new US homes rose sharply in February, to their highest level in seven months, while the average price reached a new record, the Commerce Department reported Thursday.
Publicly-owned German rail operator Deutsche Bahn said Thursday it returned to profit in 2016 after its first loss in 12 years, vowing that it would push on with reform under a new boss.