Business News

The Latest: Mall of America says 2,500 people…

Mall of America in Minnesota says 2,500 people were in line at the 5 a.m. opening

World stocks rise amid upbeat European data, US…

World stock markets are mostly higher after more upbeat economic data in Europe, though trading is still subdued due to the U.S. Thanksgiving holiday

Gaetz: FBI probe of Clinton did not follow normal…

Did the investigation have 'special' status? Congressman speaks out on 'Fox & Friends.'

Amazon workers in Germany, Italy stage Black…

A labor union says workers at a half dozen Amazon.com distribution centers in Germany have walked off the job, while in Italy some employees struck at an Amazon facility there.

Britain' s May seeks to broaden Brexit talks amid…

British Prime Minister Theresa May is stepping up her lobbying efforts to broaden Brexit negotiations with the EU to future relations and trade, as the talks bog down on the divorce bill and other preliminary issues

AdChoices Icon

A guide to Black Friday steals and deals

Consumer expert shares tips.

Poland to phase out Sunday shopping by 2020

Poland's lawmakers have approved a law that will phase out Sunday shopping by the year 2020 despite criticism that it may eliminate thousands of jobs

Trump sends his first Thanksgiving message as…

Reaction from the 'Special Report' All-Star panel.

Italian firm to drill 2 wells off Cyprus in next…

ENI's top executive says the Italian oil and gas company will drill two exploratory wells off Cyprus over the next two months, expressing confidence that significant quantities of the mineral can be found

German business confidence rises amid optimism…

A closely watched survey shows German business confidence hit a new record in November, as firms' optimism about the future offset their slightly more pessimistic feelings about their current situation

Rhode Island works to repair its poorly rated…

Douglas Kennedy shares a look at how the state's Department of Transportation is addressing the problem

AdChoices Icon

Japan's Mitsubishi Materials reports faked quality data

Mitsubishi Materials in apology for faked product quality data in fresh blow to 'Made in Japan'

China reports breaking up gang that moved $3…

Chinese police say they have broken up a crime gang that smuggled $3 billion out of the country, evading foreign exchange controls by using bank accounts opened with stolen identity cards

China cuts import tariffs on some consumer goods

China is cutting import tariffs on some consumer goods in a new effort to spur economic growth driven by domestic consumption instead of trade and investment

Dems accused of abusing 'blue slips' to block…

Kristin Fisher explains why the Senate tradition may change in regards to judicial nominations

Fund for helpful homeless man collects more than…

A fund set up to raise money for a homeless man who helped a woman when her car ran out of gas in Philadelphia has collected more than $280,000

'Macron effect' fuels Paris bid for post-Brexit…

U.S. businesses are more eager to invest and hire in France than they have been in years _ but want to see more progress first in President Emmanuel Macron's efforts to reduce labor costs and simplify taxes

Americans face higher premiums for 2018 health…

The Kaiser Family Foundation reports that premiums are rising by up to 32 percent

AdChoices Icon

Jobs growth in eurozone at 'highest since dotcom…

Eurozone economy heading for strongest quarter since 2011, new survey says

French, Polish leaders start to mend strained ties

French President Emmanuel Macron and Poland's prime minister took a first, key step Thursday toward mending differences that are weighing on the whole European Union

US service members celebrate Thanksgiving overseas

Lucas Tomlinson shares a look on 'Special Report' at how America's heroes are celebrating while far from home.