Some Amazon employees staged a walkout on Wednesday to protest against the e-commerce giant's changes to its climate policy, layoffs and a return-to-office mandate.
The West African nation has been under financial strain stemming from the rolling impact of the pandemic, the war in Ukraine, and a range of other global economic trends.
Three more astronauts are on their way to China's Tiangong space station, key to Beijing's plans of building a moon base by 2030.
With microplastic pollution invading our oceans and the soil, few places have been spared. Could it also enter the food chain? Scientists in the Netherlands are beginning to uncover the tip of the iceberg – so far, with more questions than answers.
The German blue-chip DAX stock index has hit a record high amid growing market optimism. A Congress deal to lift the US debt ceiling and avert a confidence-wrecking default was credited with much of the upswing.
Chancellor Olaf Scholz urged South Korea to invest in Germany's chip industry after meeting President Yoon Suk-yeol in Seoul. Scholz also visited the Demilitarized Zone dividing the Korean peninsula.
German consumers are looking less concerned when shopping for groceries these days, as prices for food have begun falling slowly. But is peak inflation behind them?
Germany is currently the only country that has an actual plan to reduce energy demand permanently. Its goal is to reduce gas consumption by 20 percent, and includes a set of energy savings provisions for both companies and state entities.
The European Central Bank is currently fighting rampant inflation in the eurozone which is just one of the many crises its policymakers have had to face in the past 25 years.
A new report says the oil giants should foot a $12 billion bill for the pollution in Nigeria's Bayelsa state — but they deny wrongdoing. Instead, Shell and Eni attribute the oil spill to illegal refineries and oil theft.
Russia sanctions focusing on its $5 billion diamond industry is on the agenda as the seven leading democratic economies come together in Hiroshima, Japan. China's economic influence is also up for discussion.
More than 900,000 people worldwide are fighting to survive in catastrophic hunger/one step away from famine. This is ten times more than five years ago, an alarmingly rapid increase. An immediate response is needed. The global community must not fail on its promise to end hunger and malnutrition by 2030.