SHANGHAI/HONG KONG (Reuters) - In a country where owning a car has long been a symbol of luxury and success, around 85 percent of Chinese car buyers still buy cars with cash. ..
SYDNEY/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Shaken by a fraud investigation into metal financing in the world's seventh-busiest port, banks and trading houses have been made painfully aw ..
The newspaper reported on its website that founder Dennis "Chip" Wilson is working with bankers at Goldman and is in the process of negotiating the terms of their ar ..
The chief executive of Siemens said on Sunday the German engineering group was ready to resume negotiations with Alstom and the French state should they fail to agree terms wi ..
Valuations are based on the current market value of players transfer fees. ..
TOKYO/DETROIT (Reuters) - A year ago, Japan's Takata Corp, the world’s second-largest maker of auto safety parts, believed it had finally contained a crisis more than a d ..
There was dual cause for back-slapping in President Francois Hollande's Elysee Palace late on Friday night. France had thrashed Switzerland in the soccer World Cup, so la ..
Swiss food giant Nestle (NESN.VX) aims to boost its share of direct commodity purchases to ensure it keeps a tight grip on quality and supply chains, Chairman Peter Brabeck to ..
Iraq will be foremost in investors' minds in the coming week as oil price risk has returned to markets, complicating the task for central banks whose policies are beginni ..
On a Friday afternoon in March, Jose Luis Zamora pulled into a Lexus dealership in Dallas to test-drive a new car with his wife. A routine credit check matched him to Jose ..