Up to 2,000 protestors marched through the streets of London on Saturday to voice their discontent after June's referendum vote to leave the European Union.
Global economic slowdown, raising protectionism, structural reforms to expand global trade and creation of jobs, innovation, inclusive growth and climate finance are the key topics to be discussed at the two-day G20 summit starting in this picturesque Chinese city tomorrow.
The Chinese government said on Friday it was investigating two high-profile takeover proposals involving US companies, the latest sign of its growing influence on whether deals are approved - even those appearing to have little impact in China.
US job creation slowed in August, the economy adding 151,000 new positions, according to data released Friday by the Labor Department.
Ireland`s cabinet agreed on Friday to join Apple in appealing against a multi-billion-euro back tax demand that the European Commission has slapped on the iPhone maker, despite misgivings among independents who back the fragile coalition.
Chinese anti-monopoly regulators are reviewing the proposed merger of ride-hailing service Uber Technology Ltd.'s Chinese operations with its biggest local competitor.
The head of the International Monetary Fund on Thursday called on global leaders to take "forceful" action to revive the world economy, sounding a stark warning ahead of this weekend`s G20 summit.
Cook said he would fight closely with Ireland to overturn the ruling, which he said had "no basis in law or in fact".
Oil prices rose in early Asian trade on Thursday, rebounding on a weaker U.S. dollar after falling around 3 percent or more in the previous session following a surprisingly large build in U.S. crude and distillate stocks last week.
Multinational companies can expect the European Commission to press on with a crack down on sweetheart tax deals after handing Apple a breathtaking demand for 13 billion euros, officials and experts said on Wednesday.
China's economy, currently on a slowdown mode, is facing challenges in investment and trade and may have to make "arduous efforts" to attain 6.5 percent to seven percent growth target for this year, China's top economic planner warned today ahead of the G20 summit.
The AIIB is an independent institution with its own secretariat.
The head of the Nokia division aiming to bring the brand`s mobile phones back to market is leaving after two years in the role, the Finnish company said on Wednesday.
Eurozone unemployment meanwhile was unchanged at 10.1 percent in July, the Eurostat statistics agency.
The world`s largest $67 billion technology merger between EMC Corporation and Dell Technologies is all set to close on September 7 after China granted the regulatory clearance.
The United States is furious at the European Union for handing Apple Inc a $14.5 billion tax demand on Tuesday but EU officials say it was Washington which put them on to the scheme in the first place.
The European Commission ordered Apple Inc to pay Ireland unpaid taxes of up to 13 billion euros ($14.5 billion) on Tuesday as it ruled the firm had received illegal state aid.
European and US equities markets went in opposite directions, with Wall Street in negative territory after European officials ordered Apple to pay $14.5 billion in back taxes.
Global tech giant Apple Inc was on Tuesday ordered by the European Union to pay a record penalty of 13 euro billion in taxes to Ireland.