Wonkblog: Puerto Rico electric utility and its creditors are near a deal to postpone default
Puerto Rico's cash-strapped electric utility and its creditors are close to a deal that would postpone a default by the utility when a $600 million...
Mark Zuckerberg and Stephen Hawking just had the most awe-inspiring exchange ever
Mark Zuckerberg held an online Q&A Tuesday and covered a lot of ground — from his workout routine to his thoughts on transgender issues with...
A strong dollar cuts U.S. firms’ value but makes them look more profitable
We all know that big American companies are having their profits hurt because of the dollar’s value rising relative to the world’s other major...
Ruling confirms e-book price-fixing by Apple
A federal appeals court in New York on Tuesday sided with regulators who said Apple was guilty of conspiring to drive up the price of...
Justices agree to hear dispute over union fees, reapportionment
The Supreme Court said Tuesday that it will consider next term whether public employees can be compelled to pay fees to unions they do not want to...
Residents Vow To 'See Off' Heathrow Third Runway
Protest groups promise to fight on and say the recommendation for another Heathrow runway is "far from the end of the story".
Greek PM Says Country Will Accept Bailout
Greece's prime minister Alexis Tsipras says his country will accept a bailout offer, but with several conditions.
Mobile Calls To 0800 Numbers Are Now Free
Freephone really means free for all users from today as new rules take effect aimed at clarifying costs for consumers.
Virgin Atlantic Cuts 500 Jobs In Restructuring
The airline moves to cut costs by simplifying its operations on the ground but says the customer experience will not suffer.
Beach Body Ads Did Not Shame Women - Watchdog
The adverts for weight-loss products featuring a bikini-clad model were unlikely to cause widespread offence, it is ruled.
Greece crisis: Tsipras accepts troika bailout proposals with conditions
Alexis Tsipras has said that Greece will accept all bailout conditions proposed by the country’s creditors with only a handful of minor changes....
Willis and Towers Watson in £11bn tie-up
Takeover fever gripped the City again as the world’s oldest insurance broker Willis and the human resources consultancy Towers Watson revealed...