OPEC is likely to extend production cuts for another nine months, ministers and delegates said on Tuesday as the oil producer group meets this week to debate how to tackle a global glut of crude.
Moody`s Investors Service downgraded China`s credit ratings on Wednesday for the first time in nearly 30 years, saying it expects the financial strength of the economy will erode in coming years as growth slows and debt continues to rise.
US environmental regulators on Tuesday filed a lawsuit against automaker Fiat Chrysler, accusing the company of installing devices on its cars that hid harmful emissions during testing.
After more than eight hours of talks in Brussels overnight, eurozone finance ministers and the IMF failed to settle their deep differences on the thorny debt question.
A top Republican lawmaker has demanded abolition of the lottery system in allocating H-1B visas, the most sought-after by Indian IT professionals, to restore the original purpose of the programme to bring the "best and brightest" to the country.
Nokia has settled its patent dispute with Apple and signed a business collaboration deal with the U.S. giant, the Finnish firm said on Tuesday, sending its shares sharply higher.
In March, Twitter join hands with ESL and Dreamhack -- two of the biggest organisations in the pro-gaming world -- to live stream tournaments and other e-sports events.
US President Donald Trump is aiming to balance the federal budget in a decade with substantial cuts to safety-net programmes, combined with a tax overhaul to speed up the economy and achieve an ambitious growth rate of three per cent, the White House has said.
For Twitter playing a role in the election of Donald Trump as US president, former CEO and co-founder Evan Williams of micro-blogging site has apologied in public.
US President Donald Trump has told advisers that he wants to end payments of key Obamacare subsidies, a media report said.
Alibaba group firm UCWeb has reported a 271 percent year-on-year jump in its digital media and entertainment revenue for 2017 financial year on account of growth in China, India and Indonesia.
European Union antitrust regulators fined Facebook 110 million euros ($122 million) on Thursday for giving misleading information during a vetting of its deal to acquire messaging service WhatsApp in 2014.
The takeover of HBOS in 2008 caused Lloyds to suffer more than 25 billion pounds in losses, with the bailout leaving the government with a 43 percent state shareholding.
Twitter co-founder Biz Stone, who left the company in 2011, is rejoining the company as a full-time employee.
Yahoo said it would pay between $50.79 and $44.74 per share based on its calculations, Alibaba`s share price and timing of the buyback.
The 150,000 euros fine is small in the context of the company which has quarterly revenue of about $8 billion and a stock market capitalisation which stands at around $435 billion.
Supply and demand in the oil market are close to matching up, the IEA said on Tuesday, but rising US supply could mitigate landmark OPEC-led production cuts.
Vodafone`s performance in the 12 months to March was hit by a 3.7-billion-euro impairment at the Indian unit and compared with a net loss of 5.4 billion euros in the previous financial year, it said in a statement.
Apple has been critical of Trump`s immigration orders, bringing a strain in their relation with the President.
China`s growth took a step back in April after a surprisingly strong start to the year, as factory output to investment to retail sales all tapered off as authorities clamped down on debt risks in an effort to stave off a potentially damaging hit to the economy.