The International Monetary Fund's board has been told Athens' high debt levels and poor record of implementing reforms disqualify Greece from a third IMF bailout of the country, raising new questions over whether the fund will join the EU's latest ...
Her shrill tone will be all too familiar to shoppers at Britain's biggest supermarket, but now the irritating voice of Tesco's self-service checkouts is to disappear having upset too many customers.
MUMBAI: Energy major Royal Dutch Shell has decided to cut 6,500 jobs globally responding to the weakness in the crude oil prices, triggering concerns that it may downsize in India as well.
In the contest to accurately estimate second-quarter economic growth, a tracker created by the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta once again did better than private-sector rivals.
A US-listed car parts maker is paying �1.1bn to buy HellermannTyton, a British manufacturer of cable equipment, as it seeks to capitalise on the growing trend in intelligent vehicles.