Malaysia's opposition demands emergency debate on PM after graft allegations

Two of Malaysia`s main opposition parties on Sunday demanded an emergency sitting of parliament to discuss Prime Minister Najib Razak`s future as tensions mounted over a report that linked him to probes into alleged corruption involving state fund 1MDB.

News Corp`s WSJ seeing cuts, shifting resources
News Corp`s WSJ seeing cuts, shifting resources

The Wall Street Journal and its Dow Jones parent announced Thursday an unspecified number of job cuts and the closing of some foreign bureaus as they shift resources into digital.

Sony considering sale of unit that owns Beatles songs: WSJ

Sony Corp <6758.T> is considering a sale of its Sony/ATV Music Publishing unit, which owns the rights to most of the Beatles` songs, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing the company`s leaked internal emails.

Apple in talks with Comcast for streaming-TV service: WSJ

The discussions are in early stages and there are a lot of hurdles to be crossed before a definitive agreement could be reached, the Journal said.

WSJ employees faced probe for ‘bribing Chinese officials’

Employees at The Wall Street Journal’s China news bureau faced investigation for allegedly bribing officials for gaining information, it has emerged.

Citi chairman Parsons considers stepping down: WSJ

Parsons was named chairman of the bank in 2009 when the bank was reeling from the financial crisis.

`Vcitim` Pak`s 9/11 ad rattles US

An advertisement by Pak govt in
America`s leading daily the WSJ on the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks has not gone down well with readers.

‘Pentagon for pressure on India to ease tension with Pak’

The Pentagon is actively lobbying for more pressure on New Delhi to ease tensions between India and Pakistan, the Wall Street Journal has reported.

WSJ to charge USD 17.99 a month on iPad

WSJ plans to charge 17.99 dollars a month for a subscription to the newspaper on Apple`s upcoming iPad, it reported Thursday.

GMAC Financial Services to get additional aid of $3.5 bn: WSJ

GMAC Financial Services is likely to get around USD 3.5 billion (around Rs 16,350 crore) of additional aid from the US government to help cover its mortgage losses, a media report has said.

India`s decade could pave way for an Indian century: WSJ

Calling it "The Decade That Was India`s", a leading US daily says India`s ability to make the success of the last 10 years the norm across regions and industries, "could well pave the way for an Indian century."

Cadbury chief says Kraft deal makes some strategic sense: WSJ

Easing its stance on the takeover bid from Kraft Foods, Cadbury has said the combination with the US food major makes "some strategic sense".