The number British motorists choosing diesel-powered cars has dropped to its lowest level in more than two years in the wake of Volkswagen scandal.
LONDON—Six former brokers with nicknames including “Lord Libor” and “Big Nose” helped convicted bank trader Tom Hayes rig interest rate benchmarks for financial reward, a London court heard Tuesday on the first day of a criminal trial.
Royal Dutch Shell has reassured investors that it will maintain its dividends regardless of a prolonged slump in oil prices below $50 per barrel.
SINGAPORE - The Republic welcomes the latest global initiative to curb tax avoidance, the Ministry of Finance said yesterday, but it added that the proposals must be consistently applied across jurisdictions in order not to inadvertently stifle ...
Forget the 'how many people can you fit in a mini?' challenge, Airbus has come up with a new feat. How many people can you fit in a plane?