Greece must immediately start adopting some of the economic reforms demanded by its creditors if it is to
receive much-needed access to emergency funds in the face of a mounting March cash crunch, the
eurozones chief negotiator has warned.
Qualcomm Inc. became one of the worlds biggest chip makers because of its power over patents.
Regulators in China chose to exact a penalty for how it wielded that power, but left the companys basic
business model intact.
The San Diego-based company said M
A cache of secret bank files shows that HSBC's Swiss banking arm helped wealthy customers
avoid taxes and hide millions of dollars, according to a report by a network of investigative
journalists released Sunday.
The files, analysed by reporters in the In
Turkey has greatly stepped up its efforts to rein in social media, accounting for more than 90 per
cent of all posts withheld by Twitter worldwide during the second half of 2014, according to
initial data released by the company on Friday.
An early versio
Nearly a decade after credit rating agencies fed a subprime mortgage frenzy that imperiled the
global economy, one of the industrys biggest players now faces a costly reckoning.
Standard & Poors, a rating agency accused of inflating its assessment of mort
Companies that move money between the U.S. and Somalia are scrambling to stay in business
after the main U.S. bank servicing them said it would close their accounts, the latest fallout from
a broad U.S. crackdown on money laundering.
Merchants Bank of Cal
Amazon.com started out delivering books to your doorstep. Now it also wants to deliver email to
your office inbox.
The company on Wednesday announced an email and electronic calendar service called
WorkMail that is aimed at grabbing a slice of the corpora
Royal Dutch Shell will on Tuesday set out ambitious plans to decommission the North Seas
Brent oilfield one of the UKs biggest in a multibillion-dollar project over the next 10
years that could be followed by other closures after the plunge in oil prices.
President Barack Obama will propose raising $238bn by levying a one-off tax on the cash piles
held by US companies overseas to repair the USs crumbling roads and bridges.
The measure, a key plank of the US presidents budget to be outlined on Monday, would
Greece will no longer co-operate with the troika of international lenders that has overseen its
four-year bailout programme, the countrys finance minister said.
Yanis Varoufakis also said Greece would not accept an extension of its EU bailout, which expir
President Barack Obama and his Indian counterpart broke through a five-year impasse on Sunday to
pave the way for American companies to build nuclear power plants here as the two countries sought
to transform a fraught geopolitical relationship into a fre
Marissa Mayer, chief executive of Yahoo, said on Tuesday that the Internet company would spin
off its 15.4 percent stake in Alibaba, Chinas leading e-commerce company, into a separate
company, avoiding any taxes on the transaction.
The decision, which Wal
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