The Latest: Anti-Brexit protesters march through London
Prime Minister Boris Johnson's plan to get Parliament to approve his Brexit deal with the European Union has been thrown into doubt.
Global finance leaders hopeful for modest rebound in 2020
Global finance leaders remain hopeful for modest rebound in 2020 if trade tensions don't worse.
New Zealand sale announcement highlights TV's struggles
New Zealand broadcaster MediaWorks announces plans to sell its struggling television business, leaving hundreds of workers wondering if they'll still have jobs if a buyer can't be found.
Huawei exec: Chinese tech giant wants to be 'transparent'
A top executive of Chinese tech giant Huawei says the company wants to be open and transparent in persuading the U.S. government that national security concerns about its technology are unfounded.
California unemployment rate falls to record low of 4%
Officials say California's unemployment rate fell to a record low of 4% in September.
China's economic slowdown deepens, weighing on global growth
China's quarterly economic growth sinks to 6%, lowest in at least 26 years, amid tariff war with Washington and weakening domestic consumer demand.
Japan to send own force, won't join US coalition for Mideast
Japan has decided not to join a U.S. coalition to protect commercial vessels in the Middle East, but will send its own force to ensure the safe shipment of oil to Japan.
Stocks end lower; S&P 500 notches 2nd straight weekly gain
Stocks are slipping in midday trading on Wall Street Friday, weighed down by losses in technology companies. The market is still on track for its second weekly gain after three straight losing weeks.
Google affiliate begins drone deliveries in Virginia town
A Google affiliate has started delivering packages with drones in a test being run in a Virginia town.
Despite labor costs, GM averts financial woes of its past
Contract deal with United Auto Workers will drive up General Motors' expenses, but analysts say the company is in far better shape than a decade ago when labor costs helped push it into bankruptcy.
Messages from former Boeing test pilot reveal Max concerns
FAA raps Boeing for delay in disclosing employees' instant messages about the now-grounded Max jet.
Trump taps Perry deputy to replace him at Energy Department
President Donald Trump says he is nominating Deputy Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette to replace Rick Perry in the top job at the Energy Department.
Ex-salon chief alleges Wynn Resorts spied at his new job
A former salon director who went public about sexual misconduct allegations against casino mogul Steve Wynn is suing Wynn Resorts and executives, alleging they invaded his privacy and spied on him at his next job in a bid to undercut his accounts.
Opioid negotiations fail to produce deal just before trial
Chief executives of a handful of pharmaceutical and drug distribution companies are negotiating with government attorneys to see if they can reach a settlement ahead of the first federal trial over the nation's opioid crisis.
White House plans G-7 agenda, tells world to 'get on board'
The White House is starting to shape plans for next year's Group of Seven summit in Florida.
GM workers to stay on picket line until vote on new contract
Under tentative four year contract at GM, raises and bonuses for workers, company can close factories in Ohio, Michigan and one near Baltimore.
Juul halts sales of fruit, dessert flavors for e-cigarettes
Juul Labs stops selling fruit and dessert flavors for its electronic cigarettes.
Over-the-counter heartburn drug Zantac pulled in US, Canada
Drugmaker Sanofi latest to recall over-the-counter heartburn drug Zantac because of possible contamination.
J&J recalls baby powder after trace asbestos found in bottle
Johnson & Johnson recalls baby powder as a precaution after testing found asbestos traces in a single bottle.
Pelosi moves on drug prices despite falling-out with Trump
Pelosi goes ahead with bill governing drug prices despite falling out with Trump.