BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY
American industries say they're hopeful the cash will come to fix the nation's crumbling roads and rail... eventually.
Companies across US hurrying to get their proposals in by deadline, but many believe wall will be mostly fence.
Secretary of State promised to divest stock holdings worth more than $50m within three months of confirmation.
Britain's referendum to leave the European Union is the equivalent of playing with economic fire and could cost the country more £100bn (€141bn) in trade deals, experts say.
Despite scandals, including forex fixing, HSBC head will represent financial industry at UK's FCA regulator.
Glut of short-term crude stockpiles hides larger problem of rebuilding Iran's oil industry, say experts.
After settlements in the US, investors to go after banks for alleged foreign-exchange manipulation in Europe.
'If you're a German customer who wants specific content, you should be able to access it in the UK,' according to patent attorney specialising in communications technology.
EU law experts and rock-star economists are calling for less sabre rattling and more Greek debt restructuring.
Summer budget 2015: Bosses denounce 'big gamble' of George Osborne's Living Wage increase - IBTimes, 2015
A new minimum wage proposed in the UK's 2015-16 post-election budget is gathering loud cries of disdain from some business groups.
Britain should put City of London under EU financial rules: Deutsche Bank vice chairman - IBTimes, 2015
Vice chairman thinks the UK should strengthen its financial ties with the union and bring London finance under EU regulation.
New London skyscraper 22 Bishopsgate 'will fill desperate need for office space in the City' - IBTimes, 2015
New designs revealed for London's latest skyscraper 22 Bishopsgate that will elbow in behind the Cheesegrater and Walkie Talkie.
Enormous changes have been set in motion in the French capital since socialist Mayor Anne Hidalgo was elected just over a year ago in April of 2014. Officials say the city is being made over for the 21st century.
Spain was one of the countries in Europe hardest hit by the global economic crisis. Foreign buyers are now eyeing the country's property at a discount.
Within the bounds of strict rules designed to keep property speculation at bay luxurious apartment buildings are rising near the route of the demolished Berlin Wall.
London's massive building boom will create Nine Elms, a new district on the Thames stretching two kilometres east from the decommissioned Battersea Power Station along the riverfront to the edge of Vauxhall.
CIM looks at 30 different metals and minerals, reviewing the past year – the growing trends, the unforeseen events – and exploring what is on the horizon.
Canadians are reshaping London's skyline as they make big bets on the global financial centre's real estate.
The oil sands industry is cautiously optimistic Prime Minister Stephen Harper will prompt a revision of EU legislation that works to curb greenhouse gas emissions.
Mining by the numbers. An infographic of Saskatchewan's industry.
After a year of federal government layoffs, civil servants have turned to the entrepreneurial fire inside to find work in 2013.
Green Party leader Elizabeth May calls for emergency debate on a new investment treaty with China.
The victim of a gift card duplicating scheme warns consumers about the perils of buying gift cards online.
Hotelier Fairmont is on a mission to restore historic hotels in Moscow, Boston and around the world.
A corporate headhunter uses his 25 years of experience matching the right people with the right jobs to answer reader questions about how to write a killer resume in an online Q&A at Reddit.com.
The latest in smartphone technology lets users play a new kind of game — mind games. Not Brain Age or another puzzle game, but one that can read your every thought.
Los Angeles movie maker Voltage Pictures brings unprecedented lawsuit targeting BitTorrent-using customers in Ottawa, Toronto and Montreal.
Rather than discourage young home buyers, changes in mortgage rules have them turning to their parents for funding.
Bank of Canada Governor Mark Carney advises business leaders to focus their efforts at home and in emerging markets.
A pair of wireless, vision boosting electronic glasses is targeting a growing market of 8 million to 109 million people with eye damage.
A next-generation social networking site is helping people to consider their deepest dreams and desires and draft a plan to make a reality.
After languishing for decades behind boarded-up windows, dozens of the area’s centuries-old buildings are being transformed.
A successful bus service that brings Torontonians to Ontario parks is launching a pilot run in Ottawa this summer in hopes of staunching declining attendance at Canada’s wilderness treasures.
Cuts to the Canadian Space Agency will see the department slashed by $29.5 million annually. Bad news for Canada's commercial space industry, says former astronaut and Liberal MP Marc Garneau.
Government workers and Gen X employees have lost trust and faith in upper management, according to a study by the Canadian Association of Management Consultants.
Canada has become the land of opportunity for P3s as cash-strapped governments cope with fiscal pressure and an infrastructure deficit. Find an earlier story on P3s.
Interdisciplinary efforts are key to outer space ventures, say NASA scientists and mining industry innovators.
Friends and business partners Brent Gray, 21, and Sébastien Dupéré, 23, have built a business on vaporizing fossilized wads of chewing gum.
Home buyers want to know if they’re about to drop their life savings on a former grow-op, prompting realtors to demand a province-wide drug lab registry.
More than $50,000 raised in a Kickstarter campaign to fund a new app for Android tablets developed by Ottawa’s Teknision has been lost after the company’s U.S. representative backed out.
Florida Marlins project only the latest for Quebec-based steel company that finds tough times are best to build stadiums
Barrick Gold COO Peter Kinver's emphasis on human capital is driving more efficient operations.
Are you ready to go back to the future? New York family doctor 31-year-old Jay Parkinson is making house calls online.