Business Travel

Food, water tested at Egyptian hotel where Britons died

Aug 26, 2018

The chief executive of travel company Thomas Cook says experts are testing food, water and air conditioning systems at an Egyptian resort hotel where a British couple died in mysterious circumstances

Small Business
Trade Policy

US gives exemptions to sanctions on Iran Revolutionary Guard

Apr 24, 2019

The Trump administration has carved out major exemptions to new sanctions on Iran's Revolutionary Guard amid fears they may hurt U.S. diplomatic and military cooperation with other countries

Kim looks to Russia as sanctions bite North Korea's economy

Apr 24, 2019

After failing to get sanctions eased during Trump meeting, Kim Jong Un is traveling to Russia in a possible attempt to win Putin's help as US-led sanctions hurt North Korea's economy

US won't renew sanctions waivers for importing Iranian oil

Apr 22, 2019

The Trump administration is announcing that it will not renew sanctions waivers for five countries that import oil from Iran when those waivers expire on May 2

Transportation And Shipping

Some California towns at risk of fire have few escape routes

Apr 25, 2019

Some residents in areas most at risk of wildfire have far fewer evacuation routes?than the vast majority of California.?That can lead to gridlock on roads as people struggle to flee flames

The Latest: US Embassy issues Sri Lanka warning

Apr 25, 2019

The U.S. Embassy in Sri Lanka has tweeted a warning that people should avoid "places of worship" in the island nation over the weekend because of possible extremist attacks

Southwest 1Q profit dips as rising costs offset higher sales

Apr 25, 2019

At Southwest Airlines, rising costs offset solid ticket sales, causing first-quarter profit to fall 16% to $387 million

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