Before President Trump boards Air Force One on Saturday, he is concluding his whirlwind eight-day trip overseas at the Group of Seven (G7) summit in Taormina, Italy . His agenda includes discussions on emerging markets and global issues, specifically migration, food security and gender. He will be
Despite a choppy week of trading and a mixed finish for U.S. stocks, the market extended its recent streak of relative calm Friday
ABC News' Maggie Rulli takes us on a food tour inside Nationals Park, the home stadium for the Washington Nationals.
What 2017 will bring to the stock market is, of course, anybody’s guess. Many observers had been bearish on market growth until the recent, so-called Trump rally, which has seen domestic equities rise to new highs. Though some economists and market analysts remain doubting Thomases, more market
Are you considering throwing your money into an exchange-traded fund (ETF)? Assembling an ETF portfolio can be a bewildering experience because of the large array of available choices. Although a few ETFs are actively managed by investment managers, the overwhelming majority seek to match indexes
Microsoft announced today it is slashing 1,850 jobs in its mobile division as the company seeks to streamline operations following an announcement earlier this month it was selling the Nokia brand. As many as 1,350 of the jobs being cut are in Microsoft's mobile division in Finland, according to a
Nokia, the Finnish mobile phone company that had an early toehold on the mobile market before the advent of smartphones, could be poised for a comeback after Microsoft announced today it is selling a part of its phone business, which includes licensing of the Nokia brand, for $350 million.
Although cosmetics company Avon is moving its headquarters across the pond, you don't have to close the door on the "Avon Lady" just yet. Avon is moving its headquarters to the U.K. from New York "over time," the company announced yesterday. It's also cutting 2,500 jobs in "multiple" locations,
Walter Wriston, legendary Citigroup chairman and CEO in the mid-20th century, famously said: “Capital will flow where it is wanted and stay where it is well treated.” Global capital historically has been treated quite well in the U.S. And in recent years, because of global economic and market