FRANKFURT, Jan 31 (Reuters) – Volkswagen is not
under pressure to sell its trucks business to raise cash as it
faces billions of euros in costs after admitting to rigging
emissions tests, management board member Andreas Renschler told
a German newspaper.
The movie, a slave-revolt drama, won the grand jury prize for a narrative film and was voted the best movie by audiences at the festival.
Mark Zuckerberg has more than 40 billion reasons to smile after a monster rally for Facebook on Thursday.
MUSCAT, Jan 27 (Reuters) – An Omani sovereign wealth fund has signed an understanding with Iran’s biggest auto maker, Iran Khodro Industrial Group, to study a proposal for a $200 million auto plant in Oman, a fund official said on Wednesday.
Poof! Nearly $8 trillion has been sucked from the carcass of the 2016 global equity market so far, and despite the solid pulse in recent days, nobody’s in a celebratory mood just yet.
Maharashtra clears new port development policy
Comedian Chris Rock won’t be stepping away from the high-profile job of hosting this year’s Oscars
China’s fragile shares ended higher on Friday, in a relatively muted response to hints of more policy stimulus in Europe and Japan.
More than 1,000 jobs to go globally as new chief Jes Staley makes first strategic move