Taiwan might be losing its crown as a technology hub to China, but a company from the island has still emerged as the fastest-growing in the sector in the Asian Pacific region.
PSA Peugeot Citroen is weighing new commercial and industrial projects with partners including China's Dongfeng Motor Group, backed by a capital increase.
GM's decision to stop selling Chevrolet vehicles in western Europe suggests the automaker hasn't yet devised a credible strategy for stemming the rush of red ink in the region.
Quartz Daily Brief—Europe edition—Mandela’s memorial, Volcker vote, US exits GM, crazy cold temperatures
What to watch for today India rules on gay rights. The Supreme Court is set to rule on the legality of sexual relations between gay couples, after religious groups challenged a High Court ruling that a 19th century prohibition should not apply to ...
China data boosts world shares, nerves hold over U.S. bond-buying taper
This article has been contributed by Christian Arno. Social media now connects people across the globe. Facebook has more than 1 billion worldwide users, with 2013 figures from checkfacebook listing Brazil as the second largest country on the ...
CHICAGO, Dec 9 (Reuters) - There is a growing consensus that U.S. stocks, as well as stocks around the world, are going to catch a tailwind going into 2014.
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Technology firms like Google and Facebook on Monday called on the US government to curtail its online surveillance. If users no longer trust them, such companies could face big problems.
The race to develop lunar landers that can prospect for valuable minerals, mine them, and send them back to Earth, is proceeding along, slowly but surely. The MX-1 lander has just been unveiled by Moon Express, a private space company.