Michel Barnier says the UK will ‘have to face the consequences’ of crashing outBoris Johnson’s suggestion he could use the threat of no deal to win an improved Brexit deal for the UK risks falling on deaf ears in Brussels, the EU’s top negotiator has sugg...
Shares in the online fashion retailer Asos lost more than a quarter of their value when trading began on Thursday after it issued a profit warning.
The World Health Organization has declared Congo's Ebola outbreak an international health emergency, sounding a rarely used global alarm after the virus threatened to spread to a major city and into neighboring countries. Michelle Hennessy reports.
Malaysia's Anwar Ibrahim, jailed twice for what he says were trumped-up sodomy charges, said on Thursday he has the support needed to become prime minister and denied calling for a potential challenger to resign over a new gay sex scandal.
Britain's water regulator on Thursday called for the country's utilities to invest the equivalent of 6 million pounds every day for the next five years in plans to reduce pollution and leakages in increasingly stressed UK infrastructure.
* Concerns about upcoming earnings season lead to broad selling
* Many European companies targeted by activist funds (Adds detail and response from Suez)
* All Wall St indexes down; CSX tumbles on trade-related weakness
* Expects to complete warehouse projects by end-Sept (Adds detail, quote)
British online fashion retailer ASOS warned on profit for the third time in eight months on Thursday, saying it had struggled to overhaul warehouses in the United States and Europe to meet demand.
Oil prices were mixed on Thursday with U.S. crude extending losses after falling in the previous session after data showed U.S. stockpiles of products like gasoline rose sharply last week, suggesting weak demand during the peak driving season.
'I think that both her and I, we have influence to young people'