March 15, 2013 11:46 (IST)
Google Inc's mapping and commerce chief is stepping down in the latest senior management reshuffle after Android architect Andy Rubin moved on to a still-undefined role at the company on Wednesday.
Washington | March 14, 2013 22:06 (IST)
Federal employee Leslie Shah went back to work just after her second child celebrated his first birthday, one of a growing number of American mothers who are choosing full-time work since the US economic downturn.
New York | March 14, 2013 21:08 (IST)
Bahrain Telecommunications Co (Batelco) is in talks with Reliance Communications to buy a stake in the Indian operator's enterprise business unit, the former monopoly said on Thursday.
San Francisco | March 13, 2013 19:38 (IST)
Google is paying nearly $15 million in bonuses to four of the internet search company's top executives for their performances last year.
Detroit/Berlin | March 13, 2013 09:07 (IST)
Volkswagen AG's Audi brand next month will unveil its smallest sedan, a version of the A3 compact, at the Shanghai Auto Show and will begin selling the car in early 2014 in the United States and China.
New York | March 12, 2013 22:58 (IST)
A month after turning cautious on global stock investing, the investment committee of Credit Suisse Group's US private bank has reversed course.
March 12, 2013 22:45 (IST)
Google struck a deal with US authorities Tuesday to pay a $7 million fine for collecting people's personal data without authorization as it combed neighborhoods for its Street View service.
Cairo | March 12, 2013 22:38 (IST)
Egypt's finance minister says the government has rejected an offer of a $750 million rescue loan from the International Monetary Fund.
Tokyo | March 12, 2013 22:12 (IST)
Japan today said it had successfully extracted natural gas from methane hydrate deposits under the sea, in the first example of production of the gas offshore.
Washington | March 12, 2013 21:13 (IST)
A 10-year, $4.6 trillion balanced budget proposal unveiled by Republicans on Tuesday could either be shelved within weeks or help jump-start negotiations with President Barack Obama toward a major deficit-reduction deal.
Detroit | March 12, 2013 20:19 (IST)
Ford Motor will recall 7,150 vehicles built in November, including the 2013 Escape crossover, because some models are equipped with a defective child lock on the left rear door.
London | March 12, 2013 20:12 (IST)
Britain's Telegraph Media Group intends to cut 80 print jobs as part of a plan to merge its daily and Sunday newspapers and focus on its digital business, management said in a letter to staff on Tuesday.
London | March 12, 2013 19:49 (IST)
The British government has launched a new campaign to promote London as a centre for Islamic finance. The UK's first Islamic Finance Task Force is aimed at cementing the city's status as the Western hub and preferred choice for the Muslim world to invest in and do business with.
Germany | March 12, 2013 18:03 (IST)
Audi, Volkswagen's main profit driver, is grappling with stagnant earnings as the world's second-largest luxury carmaker feels the pinch of slumping auto demand in core European markets.
Florida | March 12, 2013 11:33 (IST)
Boeing Co is confident that proposed changes to the 787 Dreamliner will provide a permanent solution to battery problems that grounded its newest jet, a senior executive said on Monday.
San Francisco | March 12, 2013 11:00 (IST)
Yahoo Inc chief executive Marissa Mayer was asked at an all-staff meeting several weeks ago whether her rigorous hiring practices had caused the company to miss out on top engineering talent in Silicon Valley's hyper-competitive job market.
San Francisco | March 12, 2013 10:14 (IST)
Pinterest plans to roll out new tools that will show businesses the number of visitors it delivers to their websites, part of the fast-growing start-up's efforts to build a base for the introduction of money-making features.
March 12, 2013 08:15 (IST)
Eastman Kodak Co fourth-quarter loss more than tripled, but the camera pioneer said on Monday that it is on track to emerge from bankruptcy in the middle of 2013 as it shifts its business focus to printing from photography.
Karachi | March 11, 2013 23:32 (IST)
Stock markets in Pakistan on Monday crashed with the KSE 100 index of the Karachi Stock Exchange losing 2.5 per cent, or 441.62 points, as the ground-breaking ceremony of $7.5 billion gas pipeline project with Iran triggered fears of possible US sanctions.
London | March 11, 2013 20:50 (IST)
Smaller emerging markets companies are drawing interest from investors wary of wilder frontier economies but willing to delve deeper into familiar territory in pursuit of returns.