Regulators on both sides of the Atlantic, acting as if on cue, are moving to block acquisitions of local businesses by Chinese companies. Berlin, long open to Beijing’s investments, has just retracted
Depending on where you’re going, how long you’re traveling, and what kind of a plane you’re on. Desert-like airplane cabins, a no-liquids TSA rule, and in-flight libations make dehydration a common condition
Online fraudsters stole £10.9bn in the UK last year - equivalent to a £210 loss for every person in the UK over the age of 16, official figures have revealed. But in reality, the loss may be even greater.
By David Filipov David Filipov Reporter covering Russia and the republics of the former Soviet Union Email Bio Follow Some activities going on in Russia these days might make it seem like the country genuinely
The balancing act continues for Portugal’s Socialist minority government. It has to cut spending to reduce the budget deficit, but also please its more left wing political supporters in parliament by back
The pound's flash crash may be a preview of Britain's financial markets as it mulls its Brexit strategy
A wild ride, you might say, but all's well that ends well. And you would be wrong. There are two things to know about the pound's out-of-nowhere "flash crash" at the end of last week. First, British financial
How a jailed former banker and a lone British journalist broke a story that shook the world On 22 June 2015, Xavier Justo, a 48-year-old retired Swiss banker, walked towards the front door of his brand
On Sept. 9, his scientists set off their country's fifth nuclear test, but there were two differences this time. First, the explosion was considerably larger (10 to 20 kilotons, roughly the size of the
Infants' memories may be wiped clean by the genesis of new brain cells, a study in rodents suggests. The findings offer an explanation for why people can't recall memories from early childhood, a century-old
When he came in as CEO last year he had two key strategies for doing that: 1. Stop people from fooling themselves that things were still great. 2. Give staff a long-term vision of where the bank was going.
A baby was born in Portugal to a woman who had been brain-dead for almost four months, hospital officials say. The boy was delivered in a Lisbon hospital by Caesarean section after 32 weeks, and weighed
BEIJING (Reuters) - China will allow foreign payment card companies to operate in the country under rules issued on Tuesday, potentially giving groups like Visa Inc (V.N) and MasterCard (MA.N) access its