A $22 minimum wage would reflect increases in worker productivity in the United States since the 1960s, says Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren. Minimum wage in the United [...]
The European Commission on March 6 fined Microsoft $731 million for non-compliance with an agreement that would allow European Windows users a free choice of internet browsers.
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov’s Wednesday resignation will affect the political future of the country, but the long-term effect on the country’s economy may be minimal.
According to the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC), abusive practices among retailers are hastening the decline of the agro-food sector, with the resulting [...]
The European Commission announced earlier this month that it was adopting an amending budget to enable it to meet its legal obligations towards beneficiaries of EU funds.
A tax on financial transactions will come to 10 European countries following the European Commission’s decision Tuesday to allow the so-called “Robin Hood” tax.
The European Commission believes that higher education is the key to maintaining Europe’s competitiveness in the global economy.
The HS2 high-speed rail project may soon be facing a legal challenge, say opponents who propose to challenge the £33 billion project through judicial review.
The European Union on Tuesday applied more pressure on Hungary over reforms to its central bank, data protection, and its judiciary system.
BRUSSELS: The European Commission recently adopted a Communication on the future of VAT.