European antitrust regulators has cleared Avago Technologies Ltd's planned $37 billion takeover of rival chipmaker Broadcom Corp without conditions.
Austrian student Max Schrems's attempt to bring a class-action lawsuit against Facebook (FB.O) over its privacy policies will head to Austria's Supreme Court to determine whether such collective legal
The United States has praised Sri Lanka’s new government for speeding up efforts towards reconciliation with ethnic minority Tamils after a separatist civil war which lasted nearly three decades and k
Taliban insurgents captured 13 Afghan government soldiers on Tuesday after their helicopter crashed in territory under the militants’ control, the police said.
About 1,000 refugees and migrants are stuck at the main crossing point into Macedonia from Greece as authorities deny entry to some nationalities in contravention of international law, the United Nati
There were multiple chances to stop the men who attacked Paris.In January, Turkish authorities detained one of the suicide bombers at Turkey’s border and deported him to Belgium.
Politicians of the United States condemned Pfizer Inc's deal with Allergan Plc as a tax dodge on Monday, bringing another round of hand-wringing in Washington over the corporate tax code, though legis
Three banks snapped up almost 90 per cent of bonds sold by Indian state governments to foreigners, and turned them into derivatives, raising the prospect of more volatility in one of Asia’s best perfo
Pfizer Inc on Monday said it would buy Botox maker Allergan Plc in a record-breaking deal worth $160 billion to cut its US tax bill by moving its headquarters to Ireland.
Snapchat, maker of a free mobile app that lets users send videos and messages that disappear in seconds, is struggling to gain traction with advertisers, fuelling investor concern that its $16 billion