Germany`s highest court has declared unlawful a feature that encourages Facebook users to market the social media network to their contacts, confirming the rulings of two lower courts.
The numbers were drawn Wednesday night for the record USD 1.6 billion US Powerball jackpot and the winning numbers are 8, 27, 34, 4, 19 and the Powerball of 10.
Eurogroup chief Jeroen Dijsselbloem on Thursday said Greece had "fully accepted" that the International Monetary Fund take a role in its third bailout programme despite Athens earlier saying the fund is no longer needed.
China received USD 126.27 billion in foreign direct investment last year, registering 6.4 percent year on year increase, despite slowing growth in the world's second-biggest economy.
Failure to mitigate adverse impact of climate change is the biggest risk facing the world this year with greater damage potential than even the weapons of mass destruction, says a WEF survey.
The Coventry-based luxury car-maker, one of Britain's most profitable companies which has 35,000 employees in the UK, was ranked number one among 400 businesses surveyed that employ more than 500 people in Britain.
Even as the race for the US presidential elections 2016 is hitting up, the United Arab Emirates has sound a warning that should Donald Trump win, the flow of Gulf money to the country would stop.
Troubled British supermarket giant Tesco posted sliding quarterly sales Thursday as the nation`s biggest retailer faced fierce competition but put in a solid performance over Christmas.
The transaction, still subject to regulatory approvals, would be the largest equity investment by a foreign lender in a Philippine bank
It was the second time in two days for Brent, the global benchmark, to drop below $30 a barrel.
US crude prices were were last down slightly at $30.47 a barrel, not far from Tuesday`s nadir of $29.93, which was their lowest level since December 2003.
The EU's economic affairs commissioner has called on Athens "not to play games" with the International Monetary Fund as the body decides whether to participate in Greece's latest bailout.
The headline guests include British Prime Minister David Cameron, US Vice President Joe Biden, French Prime Minister Manuel Valls and newly-elected Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
Carmaker Nissan Wednesday shut down its global websites after a cyberattack that may have been motivated by anger over Japan's controversial whale and dolphin hunts.
Metals and mining conglomerate Vedanta Resources will repurchase in cash bonds worth USD 500 million (about Rs 3,300 crore) out of its outstanding USD 1.13 billion convertible bonds due in July this year.
Born in Andhra Pradesh, Hanu Karlapalem now runs a network solutions business, Vinhamz, in Madison, in Alabama state of southeastern United States.
China's exports defied expectations and rose 2.3 percent in December but the overall exports of the global trading giant fell by 1.8 percent last year, the government said Wednesday.
Describing America as the strongest and most durable economy, President Barack Obama Wednesday rejected as "political hot air" the assessment by many that the world's largest economy is on decline.
Organisers of the World Economic Forum in Davos say they have revoked an invitation to a delegation from North Korea in the wake of the secretive Communist country's latest nuclear test.
General Electric said Wednesday it plans to cut up to 6,500 jobs in Europe from the energy units it acquired from France`s Alstom last year.
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