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The U.S. government has put tariffs on Bombardier jets, Ford and Lyft will join forces to build self-driving cars, Twitter has started to test 280-character tweets, and more important headlines.
Rolling Stone magazine will be sold, the Senate wants more information about how Russian interests used Facebook during the presidential election, and more important headlines.
Facebook is constantly making strides in security measures for protecting its users. In this case, the social media giant introduced some new protections for profile pictures in India.
Between now and 2040, global spending on new electricity generation capacity is forecast to reach $10.2 million, with nearly 75% of the investment being made in renewable energy generation.
GM announced this morning that it will end vehicle sales in India and direct its attention to markets in China, North America, and South America where it believes it can win.
India plans to reopen 43 regional airports, adding more routes and more flights at low price points for the fastest growing air travel market in the world. Boeing has a chance to capture more...
Apple has not fared well in the Indian market share wars, even though the company reportedly sold more than 2 million iPhones in India in 2016
Now we have word from the World Gold Council that six major trends should support a strong gold demand trend in 2017.
Boeing's Friday morning announcement of a significant order from India's SpiceJet was expected; the size of the order was not.
Boeing is about to snag a $10 billion order from India's SpiceJet, while Airbus may have some concerns with Emirates.
The government of India recently kicked off a new program to attract foreign aircraft makers to build military fighter jets for the Indian Air Force in India using the foreign companies' technology.
Extreme poverty remains a worldwide social and economic scourge. According to a report from the World Bank and UNICEF, 767 million people around the world live on less than $1.90 per day — a...
The IMF sees subdued global growth persisting, and it also is warning that economic stagnation could fuel protectionist calls.
International markets can be challenging for foreign companies, but there is a fresh view out from Merrill Lynch that Amazon is gaining a stronger and larger foothold in India.
A nation's ability to take advantage of information and communications technology in order to increase its competitiveness and well-being depends on its readiness quickly to implement and adopt new...