By Gail MarksJarvis CHICAGO (Reuters) – For greater happiness in 2018, take a tip from a happiness researcher: Buy time instead of more stuff.
By Richard Martin BARCELONA (Reuters) – Rafael Nadal showed that talk of his demise had been exaggerated by winning the French and U.S.
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ZURICH (Reuters) – Swiss Finance Minister Ueli Maurer on Tuesday pleaded with voters on Tuesday to let the federal government keep levying taxes when they decide on a new public finance law in March.
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(Reuters) – Data in the week ahead will enable investors to gauge the strength of German and British industry, U.S. spending and Chinese trade at the end of last year – and the first hints on the
(Reuters) – New orders for U.S.-made goods increased in November for a fourth straight month, but business spending on equipment appeared to be cooling after robust growth in 2017.
LONDON (Reuters) – Brexit campaigner Nigel Farage will meet the European Union’s chief negotiator on Monday in what he said was an attempt to convey the views of 17.4 million Britons who voted to