A decision by the U.S. to pursue a new breed of nuclear weapons could push China to reconsider its atomic policy
Last year saw $29.4 billion invested to finance the development of wind energy in Europe.
FRANKFURT (Reuters) – Volkswagen signalled it could take legal action against former chairman Ferdinand Piech after a media report said he had informed top directors about potential cheating of diesel emission tests six months before the scandal became…
NEW DELHI/WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. defense firm Lockheed Martin wants to push ahead with plans to move production of its F-16 combat jets to India, but understands President Donald Trump’s administration may want to take a “fresh look” at the propo…
Donald Trump’s election has made interest in encryption and whistleblowing tools for journalists skyrocket.
“The world is going through an enormous change,” Tim Cook said, adding that people need to be wary of what they read.
Apple CEO Tim Cook said that late founder Steve Jobs was the person who had influenced him the most in his life “by far”.
Chancellor Angela Merkel hopes for progress on deporting more rejected asylum-seekers as she meets with governors of Germany’s 16 states Thursday.
THE future of British trade after Brexit is shrouded in uncertainty. It is an unprecedented process, so it is hard to know where to look for clues as to how it may work out. One possibility is a country whose trading patterns were perhaps more disrupted than any other’s by Britain’s accession to the European Economic Community (EEC) in 1973: New Zealand.
Just as Brexit is likely to mean the end of British access to the single market, so “Brentry” ended New Zealand’s preferential access to the “mother country”. In 1961, when Britain first announced its intention to join the EEC, it took about half of New Zealand’s exports—a similar proportion to the EU’s share of British exports today.
New Zealand’s prime minister at the time, Keith Holyoake, warned his British counterpart, Harold Macmillan, that, without safeguards for its exports, New Zealand would be “ruined”. After years of negotiations, a transitional deal in 1971 agreed quotas for New Zealand butter, cheese and lamb over a five-year period, which helped to ease the shift away from Britain. Similarly—if in a much shorter time-span—Britain’s prime…Continue reading
Germany’s trade surplus grew to a record high in 2016, days after Trump’s trade adviser claimed currency exploitation.
Apple CEO Tim Cook restated his opposition to Trump’s immigration ban saying the company wouldn’t exist without immigration.
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Shopify CEO Tobias Lütke said the Canadian e-commerce company won’t bow to pressure to kick the far-right Breitbart News site off its platform.
Nissan Motor Co posted on Thursday a weaker-than-expected operating profit for the third quarter.
French oil major Total said it is hunting out opportunities to buy plumb assets from struggling rivals after it reported better-than-expected fourth quarter net profits.