Growth in borrowing by households picked up in the eurozone in January, data released Monday by the European Central Bank showed, while growth in businesses’ appetite for credit remained steady.
Saudi Arabia’s Aramco will invest $7 billion in a Malaysia oil refinery project, Prime Minister Najib Razak said Monday as he declared ties with the kingdom “at an all-time high”.
PricewaterhouseCoopers, the accounting firm responsible for tabulating Oscar ballots, apologized for an “error” in the announcement of the best picture award Sunday, admitting Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway were handed the wrong envelope.
China’s top securities regulator has pledged to speed up approvals of initial public offerings (IPOs), as the government seeks to attract capital and boost domestic growth.
Global art sales plunged in 2016 as the number of high-value works sold dropped by half, while China regained its status as the world’s top market, Artprice said in an annual report released Monday.
Negotiators from 16 Asia-Pacific countries on Monday held their first round of free-trade talks since hopes faded of reaching a separate regional deal after the US pulled out.
The London Stock Exchange on Sunday said it is “highly unlikely” it will be able to meet antitrust conditions set by Brussels for its tie-up with Deutsche Boerse, throwing the merger into doubt.
Accusations of sexism, cut-throat management, and a toxic work environment have Uber trying to pull its image out of a skid as competition revs in the on-demand ride market.
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett used his annual letter Saturday to laud immigrants and their contribution to the growth of the US economy amid President Donald Trump’s anti-immigrant stance.
German auto giant Volkswagen on Friday said it raced back into the black in 2016 as car sales hit an all-time high, in the latest sign of its “dieselgate” scandal fading into the rearview mirror.
German car giant Volkswagen on Friday said it was capping the chief executive’s pay package at 10 million euros as it moved to rein in top brass salaries in the wake of the “dieselgate” scandal that has cost the company billions.