The Balearic Islands regional government has fined Airbnb €300,000 for advertising homes whose owners didn't hold a licence for vacation rentals, a legal requirement since August 2017.
Thomson Reuters reported on Tuesday that chief executive Jim Smith is set to make a full recovery after being hospitalised following an arrhythmia incident on 12 February.
Mike Pence has called on the US Congress to reach an agreement on immigration reform and funding for an extension of the border wall with Mexico just days after lawmakers' latest attempt at reaching a deal fell through, leaving the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program ever so close to expiring on 5 March.
A Spanish government auction of 30-year bonds has been met with a flood of demand.
Markets in Asia finished Tuesday lower after another quiet session, with traders in mainland China, Taiwan and Vietnam remaining on holiday for the Lunar New Year, and US bourses closed during Monday’s session overnight for the President’s Day holiday.
Shares in drugstore chain Rite Aid surged in pre-market trade on Tuesday as it agreed for grocery chain Albertsons to buy the remainder of the company that isn't being sold to Walgreens Boots Alliance.
Guitar manufacturer Gibson may be pushed into bankruptcy as a declining interest in rock music has led to an industry suffering from dire financial problems.
US futures pointed to a weaker open on Wall Street on Tuesday, with investors set to play catch-up with the losses seen across the pond a day earlier, amid rising bond yields.
German investor sentiment deteriorated less than expected in February, according to the latest survey from the ZEW Center for European Economic Research in Mannheim.
A group of mining companies, including Glencore and Randgold Resources, have banded together in an effort to halt legislative changes in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
European shares slipped into the red as investors looked for something to chew on with US and China markets both closed.
The European Central Bank halted payments by ABLV, one of Latvia's biggest banks, on Monday, amid accusations from the United States Treasury that the lender had been involved in money laundering and unauthorised transactions with the heavily sanctioned nation of North Korea.
Deutsche Bank began making moves to cut no less than 250 jobs in its corporate and investment bank units, as it looks to stem the flow of expenses while its securities division continues to slide.
KFC has been forced to close 750 of its 900 restaurants in the UK after its new supplier failed to deliver promised supplies.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has warned the US not to meddle in the Syrian conflict, accusing the Trump administration of trying to undermine the Arab Republic’s territorial integrity and of supporting the autonomy-seeking Kurds in order to further its own interests.
Markets in Asia were mostly higher in a quiet session on Monday, with Greater China bourses still on holiday for the Lunar New Year.
European shares finished the Friday session in the black as Asia and Wall Street provided initial support before solid corporate earnings provided extra impetus.
A study has found that half of the the air-polluting particles, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), in industrialized cities come from domestic cleaning and hygiene products, even as car-derived emissions decrease due to stricter government controls.
Wall Street kicked-off the Friday session in good form, with investors seemingly setting aside their concerns about rising inflation and higher interest rates and stocks on track to extend their win streak into a sixth day.
Ketchup maker Kraft Heinz posted declining organic sales in its fourth-quarter report card on Friday, saying demand for its products had weakened across the US.