Fishing row: British trawler detained as part of French Brexit feud still being held despite Emmanuel Macron climbdown

A British scallop trawler detained by French authorities as part of a fishing feud with the UK is still being held, despite a cabinet minister earlier telling Sky News it had been released. The impounded Cornelis Gert Jan, a Scottish-registered

Uber shows signs of pulling out of its pandemic slump.

Uber is recovering from the pandemic and the driver shortages that followed, the company said on Wednesday. The company’s revenue in the second quarter grew 105 percent from the same period last year, to $3.9 billion, slightly higher than analysts

Solid U.S. factory orders, business spending on equipment point to enduring manufacturing strength

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – New orders for U.S.-made goods increased more than expected in June, while business spending on equipment was solid, pointing to sustained strength in manufacturing even as spending is shifting away from goods to services.FILE PHOTO: Autonomous robots

Challenges and opportunities in S'pore's post-pandemic recovery

SINGAPORE – Covid-19 has wreaked havoc on almost every economy, but those that take the opportunity to adapt and transform will emerge stronger, Trade and Industry Minister Gan Kim Yong told Parliament on Monday (July 26). Singapore, he added, has

Colorados new congressional district may be in north metro Denver

Colorado’s new 8th Congressional District could end encompassing parts of five counties north of Denver, legislative staffers told the state’s congressional redistricting panel Wednesday. The new district, which was created because the state gained about 745,000 people over the past

Woodland Park Mayor Val Carr dies of COVID-19

The mayor of Woodland Park, Val Carr, died on Tuesday after a battle with COVID-19, the city said in a news release. Carr began his mayoral term in April 2020 and he served for four years on Woodland Park City