Business

Brexhaustion: Long, grinding Brexit is stressing people out

Apr 12, 2019

Confrontational conversations between family members or friends with opposing views on Brexit

China's auto sales sink in March for 9th month

Apr 12, 2019

China's auto sales fall again in March but contraction smaller than in recent months

The Latest: Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi eyes post-Ghosn plan

Apr 12, 2019

The new board of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance is holding its first meeting to plot out the group's future without jailed former boss Carlos Ghosn

CORRECTS: China reports exports to US rose 10.6% in March despite Trump tariffs; imports down 21%.

Apr 12, 2019

CORRECTS: China reports exports to US rose 10.6% in March despite Trump tariffs; imports down 21%.

China's exports rise 14.2 percent in March over a year ago, rebounding from contraction; imports fall 7.6 percent

Apr 12, 2019

China's exports rise 14.2 percent in March over a year ago, rebounding from contraction; imports fall 7.6 percent

Japanese court approves Nissan ex-Chairman Carlos Ghosn's detention through April 22 on financial misconduct allegations

Apr 12, 2019

Japanese court approves Nissan ex-Chairman Carlos Ghosn's detention through April 22 on financial misconduct allegations

Asian stocks mostly higher after mixed Wall Street day

Apr 12, 2019

Asian stock markets higher after mixed Wall Street close on listless trading

The Latest: Ecuador leader says Assange 'miserable hacker'

Apr 11, 2019

Ecuador's President Lenin Moreno is lashing out again at Julian Assange, calling him a "miserable hacker" and "spoiled brat" who was disrespectful to officials charged with taking care of him at the country's embassy in London

UK's May says politicians have duty to complete Brexit

Apr 11, 2019

Granted a Brexit reprieve by the European Union, British Prime Minister Theresa May has urged lawmakers to pause, reflect on the need for compromise _ and then fulfill their "national duty" to approve a Brexit deal and take Britain out of the EU

What Next? EU gives UK an extension but impasse remains

Apr 11, 2019

Following the decision early Thursday by the European Union to delay the U.K.'s departure for a second time, not much is clear about Brexit bar the certainty that the divisions in British society and in Parliament will remain.

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