As General Franco lingers on his deathbed, Prince Juan Carlos is preparing to put his political future at risk. Recent soundings in Madrid have convinced Britain and other EEC countries that - in spite
One of the more interesting aspects of car-sharing business is how these services can differ by market. In India, a startup named OlaCabs is growing exceptionally fast by customizing features for the consumer.
BEIJING (Reuters) - China should release at least 76 people, detained on the mainland for supporting Hong Kong’s pro-democracy protests, before the start of next week’s Asia-Pacific leaders summit in rights
Fulfillment centers and "sortation centers" around the globe. If you follow Amazon, you know CEO Jeff Bezos has global ambitions. Amazon already registers 39 percent of its revenue overseas, and the company
A new advertising trend has sprung up in India recently, with brands encouraging customers not just to buy products, but be involved in promotional campaigns too. It has been dubbed "user-generated advertising"
LONDON (Reuters) - The world’s second-biggest mobile phone company Vodafone revealed government agencies in six unidentified countries use its network to listen to and record customers’ calls, showing
Your dream car is (choose one): A.) A bumper-to-bumper candy-color paint-job, ostrich seats and 22-inch chrome rims. B.) One with everything connected cars can offer, such as in-car 4G LTE and WiFi. If
Google's and Twitter's relationship has been a bit rocky since the former launched a social network of its own, but, for the greater good, that's changing. When a "more extreme" natural disaster strikes,