The European Commission found evidence that Google's search results give illegal precedence to its own shopping service over rival services, resulting in a record-breaking 2.42 billion-euro fine. Meanwhile, the internet giant is considering an appeal.
A report from Harvard University reveals why housing is a growing struggle for homeowners and prospective buyers alike: More people are spending more of their incomes on housing; demand exceeds availability; and high rents prevent would-be buyers from making a down-payment, among other trends.
For the seventh consecutive year, Switzerland is the most innovative country in the world, according to the 2017 Global Innovation Index. The rankings also showcase the efforts of rising leaders, with India and China climbing three and six spots on the list, respectively.
President Trump wants to reform American attitudes toward skilled trades that don’t require four-year college degrees. But can the administration scale up the program while meeting current challenges facing apprenticeships?
Women pose for photographers on the first day of the Royal Ascot horse race in Ascot, England, on June 20.
Indiana enjoys humming auto plants. The city of Kokomo, however, shows how economic success can hinge not just on factories but on a ‘people first’ model of growth.
Despite economic unrest in Britain, the global market generally remains unaffected by Thursday's British election upset. This unexpected political development could create complications with Brexit negotiations.
Markets around the world expanded and contracted in response to political events – announcements, elections, trials, and dissolving international relations – but remained surprisingly stable.
Twenty firings, one important hiring, and a hotline for employee complaints: Uber works toward improving its corporate culture after allegations of harassment.