Ratings agency Standard & Poor's removed the United Kingdom's coveted AAA status on Monday because of its vote to leave the European Union, downgrading it by two notches with a long-term negative outlook.
The leaders of Germany, France and Italy vowed Monday "a new impulse" for the EU as it reels from Brexit and told London that the bloc would make no deals before Britain formally decides to leave.
German pharmaceuticals giant Bayer on Monday said it had offered $62 billion for US agriculture group Monsanto in a move which would create the world's biggest supplier of seeds, pesticides and genetically modified crops.
Ralphs Grocery Co. announced today that hiring events will be held at all of its Southern California supermarkets on Saturday to fill 400 open positions companywide.
The US Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that Iran must hand over nearly $2 billion in frozen assets to survivors and relatives of those killed in attacks blamed on the Islamic republic.
Celebrated former slave Harriet Tubman will replace the late president Andrew Jackson on the $20 banknote, the first time an African-American has appeared on US currency, a Treasury official said Wednesday.
Panama's government vowed Sunday to "vigorously cooperate" with any legal probe that might be launched in the wake of the "Panama Papers" data leak.
Wall Street stocks notched modest gains Monday as merger news, including another twist in the takeover battle for Starwood Hotels & Resorts, lifted the market.
A 45-foot glass slide was airlifted into place today near the top of downtown's U.S. Bank Tower, where it will soon take visitors on a one-of-a-kind thrill ride 70 stories above the ground.
A spokeswoman for Tribune Publishing today said the company is reviewing its options after a federal judge approved a temporary restraining order to block Tribune's purchase of the Orange County Register and the Riverside-based Press-Enterprise.