When it comes to automakers, none has captured the imagination – or the headlines – quite like Tesla has in 2013. But, what's the car company for 2014? ..
China will ease its family planning policies and abolish a controversial labor camp system, according to a key document issued after a ruling Communist Party meeting, the offi ..
Germany's Volkswagen (VOW3.DE) said group vehicle sales increased 3.8 percent in October on demand from North America and China. Global sales of cars, sport-utility vehic ..
South Korean steelmaker POSCO said on Friday chief executive Chung Joon-yang is leaving, the second major management change in the country's private sector in less than a ..
The French state has sold a 4.7 percent stake in defense contractor Safran (SAF.PA) in a share placement, generating proceeds of 900 million euros ($1.2 billion), Finance Mini ..
Euro zone governments must put in place ways to financially support their banks in case they need more capital as a result of health checks by the European Central Bank next y ..
LONDON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - In the mid-1990s the London Metal Exchange was embroiled in a criminal investigation after the discovery that a trader - nicknamed Mr. 5 Percent fo ..
Aeroflot (AFLT.ME), the state-controlled Russian airline, on Friday ruled out buying or aiding stricken Italian carrier Alitalia, which is seeking a cash injection to keep fly ..
Japan's exports rose in October at their fastest pace in three years in a sign that overseas demand is picking up pace again, a Reuters survey showed, which could help ea ..
Consumers have become used to players like Amazon closely following their shopping habits online, triggering targeted product recommendations, advertising and offers. Some peo ..