Positioned as a major investment destination to the world, India is targeting to increase its bilateral trade with the US to $500 billion from current levels of over $100 billion, in the near term.
The struggle for the control of US media giant Viacom appeared to be over after an agreement Friday with the last member of the majority-shareholding family still challenging a deal reached last week.
The Munich-based Ifo economic institute said its business climate index, based on a monthly survey of some 7,000 firms, fell to 106.2 in August from 108.3 in July.
In the past few weeks, Yellen and three of the Fed's other four Washington-based governors have called in speeches and Congressional hearings for government infrastructure spending and other efforts to counter weak growth.
Samsung's share price growth spurt comes after years of struggle in its smartphone business which left investors impatient for higher returns.
Real estate and entertainment conglomerate Dalian Wanda Group Co expects to seal two billion-dollar film-related deals in the US this year, chairman Wang Jianlin said on Tuesday, as China's richest man steps up his push into Hollywood.
ArcelorMittal's South African business and the country's government have agreed a new pricing model aimed at bolstering the domestic steel sector and reviving the economy.
The United States overtook Hong Kong as the No.1 market for Swiss watch exports in July as cash-strapped watch retailers in Hong Kong held back from ordering new timepieces.
KFC gave away 3,000 bottles of sunscreen that it said smelled like fried chicken to drum up buzz for its Extra Crispy chicken.
By purchasing Medivation, Pfizer would add to its portfolio the drug Xtandi, a promising treatment against prostate cancer that analysts estimate will generate some $1.33 billion in annual sales by 2020.
Viacom Inc said on Saturday that chief executive Philippe Dauman will resign immediately, marking a victory for the family of controlling shareholder Sumner Redstone in the battle for the $40-billion media empire.
The messy legal battle over Sumner Redstone's media empire appears to have come to an end.
Goldman Sachs Group Inc filed a lawsuit on Thursday seeking to force a former managing director to arbitrate his claim for legal fees stemming from probes into his alleged use of confidential Federal Reserve documents.
Having missed its long-term target of 5-6 percent growth for three years, the company is aiming for organic growth in 2016 in line with the 4.2 percent seen last year and improvements in margins and underlying earnings per share at constant currencies.
Banks in Britain are on the verge of a price war to try to revive lending subdued by the Brexit vote and to combat pressures on profitability from ultra-low interest rates, which are likely to stay that way for longer.
BHP Billiton reported a record $6.4 billion annual loss, hammered by a bad bet on shale, a dam disaster in Brazil and a commodities slump, but sounded a note of optimism as prices stabilise and its costs fall.
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc on Monday said it has increased its stake in Apple Inc by 55 per cent, boosting its bet on the iPhone and iPod maker even as prominent investors like George Soros and Carl Icahn shed theirs.
British employers have turned more cautious about hiring and are less likely to invest in training for their workers following the decision in June by voters to leave the European Union, a survey showed on Monday.