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By Julia Fioretti, Reuters | June 11, 2015
By Nigel Stephenson, Reuters | June 9, 2015
By Daniel Trotta, Reuters, Marc Frank, Reuters | June 8, 2015
By Paul Carrel, Reuters | June 8, 2015
By Sruthi Ramakrishnan, Reuters | June 2, 2015
Wal-Mart Stores Inc will raise minimum wages for more than 100,000 of its U.S. workers in some departments from July, the second time the world's largest retailer has announced a wage hike this year.
By Richard Gowan and Krista Hughes, Reuters | May 15, 2015
A 12-nation Pacific trade agreement cleared a crucial test in the U.S. Senate on Thursday, giving a resounding thumbs-up to legislation that holds the key to President Barack Obama's diplomatic pivot to Asia.
By Julia Fioretti, Reuters | May 15, 2015
Belgium's privacy watchdog accused Facebook on Friday of trampling on European privacy laws by tracking people online without their consent and dodging questions from national regulators.
By Arshad Mohammed, Reuters | April 27, 2015
The Japanese military could expand its role and missions around the world under new U.S.-Japan defense guidelines that are expected to be released on Monday and may cause unease in China.
By Mohammed Ghobari and Mohammed Mukhashef, Reuters | April 22, 2015
Rival forces continued fighting in Yemen, despite the Saudi bombing halt.
December 29, 2014
A price war is brewing between Canada and Latin America over who will satisfy U.S. Gulf Coast refiners’ hunger for heavy oil.