Hopefully the British worked up an appetite as they voted to leave the European Union. They will need it in coming months as the country hashes out plans for how feed its people.
It seems patients aren’t quite getting the message when their doctors recommend incorporating wearables and other fitness trackers into their lives.
The global market turmoil following the UK’s vote to leave the European Union has left investors scrambling to their brokerage accounts.
There are good reasons to leave a marriage—constant conflict, deep differences, a deranged partner. There are also less good ones—conversation’s a bit dull, the sex isn’t great, or you have the same thing for breakfast every morning.
Parenting in the information age can be maddening. Data and opinions are everywhere, but helpful advice often feels in short supply.
Like many other political realignments, the UK’s vote to leave the European Union has split along generational lines.
Ever since Moscow faced its first EU sanctions after annexing Crimea in 2014, Russian president Vladimir Putin has faced one all-but-immovable object on the continent—the United Kingdom.
Following tight on the heels of the Brexit vote, Spanish legislative elections on Sunday (June 26) are an important test of how much further disarray the European electorate’s frustrations will inflict on those committed to holding the region together.
Like the rest of the world, Latin America is feeling the effects of Brexit in the form of plunging currencies and stocks.
It’s no secret that much of Scotland despises Donald Trump, and has for years, thanks to his controversial golf course plans and his showy arrogance when visiting his mother’s homeland.
Hours after the UK voted to quit the European Union, investors put stocks on notice. Major US indexes had their worst day since last August.
In November 2015, the deadly terrorist attack on Paris had Muslims jumping on Twitter to condemn those they supposedly shared a religious identity with.
How is Brexit playing in South Korea? Barely. While the western world is currently rattled by the outcome of referendum, South Korea seems to be the only place in East Asia with a muted reaction to the results.
The Indian IT outsourcing industry is bracing itself for some major challenges following Britain’s vote to exit the European Union (EU) on June 23.
US president Barack Obama on Friday (June 24) designated the Stonewall Inn, an underground gay bar in New York’s Greenwich Village , a national monument, making it the country’s first ever such monument honoring LGBT rights.
For many years now, the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland has been virtually invisible.
On a black day for the British economy, Europhiles, and the 48% of Brits who voted to remain, the only potential antidote is some black British humor.
The UK today is the most popular air transit point in the European Union for EU travelers. About 138 million air passengers flew between the UK and EU in 2015 according to Eurostat.
If want to see how Britain’s vote to leave the EU affects businesses, look at the airlines. British Airways parent International Airlines Group is already warning investors (pdf) not to expect a repeat of last year’s surge in profits.
Today is not the day to look at your personal pension balance. You probably have less money than you did yesterday, and odds are the market will recover from the shock of the referendum.