Striking workers at a Yue Yuen Industrial Holdings Ltd. shoe factory in China halted production for a fifth day in a dispute over company contributions to employees’ social security and housing funds.
President Barack Obama’s proposed 2015 budget would increase taxes by $1.4 trillion over the next decade compared with current law, the budget agency said.
Panama’s seven presidential candidates sparred over how to control crime and inflation as the latest polls showed a narrow lead for ruling party candidate Jose Domingo Arias ahead of the May 4 vote.
The Greek government’s focus on startup companies won’t be enough to turn the tide on a job market in which more than one in four Greeks are without work, startup leaders in the country say.
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls said his country faces a “moment of truth” on its economy as the government prepares to cut spending by 50 billion euros ($69 billion).
Workers at Nike Inc. and Adidas AG shoe supplier Yue Yuen Industrial Holdings Ltd. in Dongguan, China struck for a third day seeking a 30 percent pay increase and better benefits, disrupting output.
Japan’s population slid for a third year with the proportion of people over the age of 65 at a global record, underscoring the challenge the world’s most- indebted economy faces in financing its aging society.
Spare a thought for the millionaires this week. The bill from last year's tax increases has come due.
Today your subsidy to the liberal- elite big government freeloading Obamacare machine has to be in the mail. You’re convinced your tax burden is ludicrous, probably worse than most.
Poland is embarking on a pensions revamp that threatens to shatter its status as East Europe’s biggest market for share sales.
Brown’s Schiller Discusses Obama’s Budget Strategy