American Airlines: results today. Photograph: Mike Fuentes/Bloomberg
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TODAY Results: American Airlines; Bank Mutual; Citigroup; First Bancorp; Kuehne & Nagel; Omnicom; Publicis Groupe; Whirlpool. Meetings: Finance4Gr(...)

 Relatives mourn during the funeral for the victims of a mining disaster. Photograph: Ahmet Sik/Getty Images

Loudspeakers broadcast the names of the dead as rows of graves were filled in this close-knit Turkish mining town today, while thousands protested in(...)

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Much to the dismay of his pressurised father and cranky, pregnant mother, 10-year-old Jiale ( remarkable Koh Jia Ler) is “acting up”. Money is hardly (...)

Seventeen-month-old Sheikh Rihan, seen with his grandfather, lost both parents in the collapse of the Rana Plaza last April. Photograph: Action Aid

Fashion lovers in more than 48 countries are being asked to wear an item of clothing inside out, take a selfie and share it on social media with th(...)

French president Francois Hollande  is struggling to live up to a pledge to get unemployment firmly on a downward trend by year end. Photograph: Etienne Laurent/Reuters

France’s jobless rate inched up in the third quarter to a 16-year high of 10.9 percent, adding to pressure on president Francois Hollande in his battl(...)

Workers dig mass graves during a mass burial of unidentified garment workers, who died in the collapse of the Rana Plaza building in Savar, in May. Photograph:  Reuters

Six months after the collapse of the Rana Plaza garment factory building in Bangladesh, more than 15 brands whose clothes were produced there have yet(...)

Ibec director of industrial relations Brendan McGinty said  it was imperative that the “foundation of our collective bargaining arrangements must remain voluntary”. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Any move to introduce new collective bargaining rights would cost jobs and significantly reduce the attractiveness of Ireland as a location for invest(...)

The scene at the Rana Plaza building collapse in Savar, Bangladesh, earlier today, where rescue workers have almost no hope of finding any more survivors. Photograph: Sajid Hossain/Reuters

Two western retailers have promised to compensate families of garment workers killed while making clothes for the retailers in a Bangladesh f(...)