Zhang Xin, a self-made billionaire who heads Soho China, shares her thoughts on the U.S-China relations at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
Danish beer brewer Carlsberg is going global with new eco-friendly packaging for six-packs that were first exclusively tested in the UK market.
Lost productivity from furloughed workers and weakened economic activity during the 35-day partial government shutdown cost the U.S. economy at least $6 billion, according to a new analysis from S&P Global Ratings.
The world’s elite convened last week in Davos, Switzerland, for the World Economic Forum, a four-day affair of star-studded panels, backdoor meetings, and exclusive parties.
Companies need the Securities and Exchange Commission to sign off on their financials before they can sell stock to the public, but that process ground to a halt during the shutdown. With the government reopened, what's next?
Financial services, life sciences, agriculture, tourism and automotive are the most vulnerable in the event of a no-deal Brexit
Billionaire businessman Richard Branson is backing a new campaign to get 500 global businesses to commit to putting disability issues on their board agendas.
Professor Julian Birkinshaw from the London Business School explains the kinds of jobs that are most at risk of automation.
David Rubenstein, co-founder of global private equity firm The Carlyle Group, sees two looming concerns to the U.S. economy resolving in the near-term.
Amid ongoing allegations of Russian meddling in U.S. politics, a Russian business leader and ally of President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday that Russia wants the U.S. to resolve its political infighting.
The CEO of agriculture company Cargill is worried about how the American farmer is being affected by U.S.-China trade war worries.
"This will solve itself. We will get back to normal. The problem is the longevity of this one."
One of the largest pension funds in the world continues to invest in the UK in the face of Brexit risks and uncertainties.