Labour Disputes

Uber to learn London license fate with judge’s ruling on Tuesday

Uber to learn London license fate with judge’s ruling on Tuesday

Published 25/06/2018

LONDON (Reuters) - Uber will hear on Tuesday if a bid to overturn a ruling stripping it of its license to operate in London, its [more…]

Jordan’s PM submits resignation after protests, source says

Jordan’s PM submits resignation after protests, source says

Published 04/06/2018

AMMAN (Reuters) - Jordan’s Prime Minister Hani Mulki submitted his resignation to King Abdullah on Monday, an official source said, to soothe widespread anger over [more…]

Jordanian PM resigns after protests: official source

Jordanian PM resigns after protests: official source

Published 04/06/2018

AMMAN (Reuters) - Hani Mulki resigned from his post as Jordan’s prime minister in a meeting with King Abdullah on Monday, an official source said, [more…]

Jordan police: protests against price hikes under control

Jordan police: protests against price hikes under control

Published 04/06/2018

AMMAN (Reuters) - Jordan’s police chief said security forces had detained 60 people for breaking the law during major protests over tax hikes in recent [more…]

Jordanians renew protests against IMF driven-tax hikes

Jordanians renew protests against IMF driven-tax hikes

Published 04/06/2018

AMMAN (Reuters) - Hundreds of Jordanians took to the streets of the capital Amman on Sunday in a fourth day of nightly protests against IMF-backed [more…]

Brazil deal to end truckers’ strike rattles Petrobras investors

Brazil deal to end truckers’ strike rattles Petrobras investors

Published 28/05/2018

BRASILIA/SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Petrobras shares plunged 15 percent on Monday after Brazil’s government offered new fuel subsidies and softened the oil producer’s pricing policy [more…]

French leader Macron’s power system: never explain, never apologize

French leader Macron’s power system: never explain, never apologize

Published 07/05/2018

PARIS (Reuters) - When Emmanuel Macron was gearing up for his presidential campaign in 2016, he set out on an unprecedented “great march” – a [more…]

French government urges Air France to pursue reforms as strikes bite

French government urges Air France to pursue reforms as strikes bite

Published 06/05/2018

PARIS (Reuters) - The French finance minister on Sunday raised the pressure on Air France managers and unions to resolve a stand-off over wages, saying [more…]

Caesars union wants private equity firms off board committee

Caesars union wants private equity firms off board committee

Published 26/04/2018

BOSTON (Reuters) - A union of Caesars Entertainment Corp employees on Thursday asked its board to remove several private equity representatives from the compensation committee, [more…]

GM Korea drops bankruptcy vote plan after last-minute wage deal

GM Korea drops bankruptcy vote plan after last-minute wage deal

Published 23/04/2018

SEOUL (Reuters) - General Motors Co’s (GM) South Korean unit dropped a plan for a vote on a bankruptcy filing after reaching a tentative wage [more…]