- Carmaker says competitiveness at risk and calls for Nissan-style reassurances
- First normal service since early December as peace talks continue
- Rolls-Royce’s troubles show where power lies in the business intelligence industry
India vs England, 2nd ODI: Where to watch live, prediction, betting odds, team news and live streaming infoIndia have taken a 1-0 lead in the three-match ODI series against England.
- A fortified gatehouse shows signs of military activity and complex social structure in an Iron Age camp.
Who will dress incoming First Lady Melania Trump for Presidential Inauguration? 2 designers shortlistedFashion top-guns including Tom Ford, Marc Jacobs and Sophie Theallet have refused to work with Melania.
- Welbeck is yet to start a game this season.
- Earlier it was noted that a beta version of the app had hidden calling feature.
- The IBF heavyweight title holder is currently in Dubai.
- Average weekly earnings rise by 2.8 per cent, heightening inflation fears
Latest photos from Mosul, where Iraqi troops have taken 'full control' of the eastern half of the city from IsisThe Counter-Terrorism Service has taken control of the eastern bank of the Tigris river, according to military sources.
- Caffeine found to counter age-related inflammation which often triggers cardiovascular disease.
- Dr Shakil Afridi was accused of running a fake vaccination campaign in which he collected DNA samples to help the US.
- Reports suggest that Matip will not play any part in Wednesday's third-round replay at Plymouth.
- All Eyez On Me will star Demetrius Shipp Jr, Danai Gurira and Lauren Cohan.
- RMT and Aslef unions are protesting the extension of driver only operated trains but Southern insist they are safe.
- David Vincenzetti deemed 'vigilante hackers' as 'self-appointed prosecutors, judges and executioners'.
- Some healthcare spending is even harmful, argues Andrew Sabisky.
- Snowden will be allowed to apply for Russian citizenship, his legal team confirmed.
- Australia and Pakistan have won the first and the second ODI, respectively.
- Onyeabor, who achieved global fame decades after he first left music, dies after brief illness.
Rafael Nadal vs Marcos Baghdatis, 2017 Australian Open: Where to watch live, preview and betting oddsRafael Nadal has lost just once in nine meetings against Marcos Baghdatis.
- US vice president defends globalisation and urges world leaders to work together to address social uncertainty.
- Both stellarator and tokamak have same underlying principals, but it is too early to tell which offers best hope.
- Flood of allegations come after top players went public with sex abuse claims.
- Cabaye is considering his future while Mandanda is believed to be homesick.
- Two members of OULC will face no action despite reports of 'cultural problem' towards Jewish students.
- The feature can be accessed outside Canada only through an invite.
- Hosted by Joel McHale, the award show will honour the best in films, television and music.
- Lack of EU deal increases need for residency applications, immigration experts say
- BERLIN (AP) — Volkswagen says it will appeal a court ruling that it must buy back a German customer's diesel car rigged to cheat on emissions tests.
- A Toyota hydrogen fuel cell vehicle at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
- China should urgently solve problems in its property market by putting a cap on the prices at which new homes are sold, a researcher for the cabinet was quoted as saying on Wednesday by a state-owned newspaper. "The government should strengthen price controls on commercial housing to prohibit exorbitant profits by executing a price cap on new houses, which should be calculated by adding reasonable profits, say at maximum 20 percent, to costs," said Tang yuan, department chief at the Policy Resea
- STRASBOURG (Reuters) - EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said on Wednesday he would seek a balanced deal for Britain and the European Union during London's exit negotiations. "I will do everything so that this negotiation ends with a balanced solution while fully respecting our rules," Juncker told the European Parliament in Strasbourg. (Reporting by Robert-Jan Bartunek and Robin Emmott)
- By Waverly Colville BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Japanese consumer electronics group Toshiba on Wednesday lost an appeal against an EU cartel fine levied on its joint venture with Panasonic five years ago, after Europe's highest court said it had decisive influence over the business. The company was part of a group of seven cathode ray tube makers fined a total 1.47 billion euros by the European Commission in 2012 for fixing prices and restricting output for cathode ray tubes for televisions and compute
- New European rules to prevent a repeat of the 2008 financial crisis should not "squeeze the life out banks" but rather stop them from taking on too much risk, the European Central Bank's top bank supervisor said on Wednesday. The ECB is in charge of applying those rules for the large banks it supervises. "It goes without saying that the rules must not be so tight as to squeeze the life out of banks," Daniele Nouy said in Koblenz, Germany.
- Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Wednesday appeared to rule out declaring martial law, but said he could do so if he wished, and anyone questioning his justification should "shut up" and stay out of his business. The former prosecutor has threatened several times to invoke military rule to help his war on drugs and said he had the power to declare martial law, even though narcotics did not meet conditions required by the constitution. Some have ridiculed him for his contradicting remarks
- India will consider Apple's request for incentives to invest in the country with an "open mind", Information Technology Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad told reporters on Wednesday. "We will very much like Apple to come and have a base in India," Prasad said. Apple has sent a list of demands to the Indian government, seeking tax concessions and several other policy exemptions, as necessary pre-requisites before it starts production of its iPhones in India.
- DAVOS, Switzerland (AP) — Lawrence Summers, the former U.S. Treasury Secretary, has warned that Donald Trump's threats to firms using Mexico as a manufacturing base will be counterproductive and could lead to the loss of hundreds of thousands of American jobs.
- Global consulting firm McKinsey & Co signed a long-term lease for a new office in London, signalling its commitment to Britain at a time when the country's coming withdrawal from the EU means some groups are relocating staff away from the UK. McKinsey announced a deal on Wednesday to take 100,000 sq ft (9,300 sq metres), plus an option for a further 130,000 sq ft, in the Post Building in London's West End from 2018. The firm will be moving from its Jermyn Street offices in central London whe
- DAVOS, Switzerland (AP) — The Latest on the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland (all times local):
- (Reuters) - Former U.S. President George H.W. Bush has been hospitalized in Houston for an undisclosed illness, local media reported on Wednesday. Bush, 92, the oldest living former American president, was in stable condition and "doing fine" at the Methodist Hospital in the Texas Medical Center, Jean Becker, his office chief of staff, told a CBS affiliate in Houston. Bush is expected to go home in a couple of days, Becker told television station KHOU, without giving a reason for his hospitaliza
- By Jonathan Cable LONDON (Reuters) - British consumers will be cautious about spending this year as inflation soars, but the country will avoid recession as the Bank of England is expected to maintain its ultra-easy policy stance, a Reuters poll found. Britons shocked the world in June when they voted to leave the European Union, a decision that wiped as much as 20 percent off sterling's value while the uncertainty around the divorce has hit business investment and confidence. Prime Minister The
- Troubled Pearson reports fifth profit warning in four years as US education group falters.
- By Ahmad Ghaddar LONDON (Reuters) - Oil prices fell on Wednesday on expectations that U.S. producers would boost output. Brent crude futures , the international benchmark for oil prices, were down 82 cents $54.65 a barrel at 1008 GMT. U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude oil futures were trading down 80 cents at $51.68 per barrel.
- By Arno Schuetze FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Deutsche Bank will be free to focus on a new growth strategy instead of devoting most of its energy to cleaning up past mistakes, Chief Executive John Cryan said after settling its most costly legal headache. "Given other lawsuits, it is still too early to talk of having drawn a line under all matters," Cryan said in a message to the company's around 100,000 employees on Wednesday. "We are, however, nearing our objective of being able to concentrate primari
- Police appeal for witnesses after discovery of seriously injured man on riverside walkway.
- Unlike his soon-to-be boss, the choice for commerce secretary has agreed to divorce himself from a vast financial empire. Billionaire investor Wilbur Ross can expect questions about his business dealings ...
Mark Zuckerberg testifies in $2bn lawsuit, says Oculus VR technology was not ripped off from ZeniMax'Like most people in the court, I've never even heard of ZeniMax before,' Zuckerberg said while testifying.
- TOKYO (AP) — A fast-growing Japanese hotel chain is facing criticism over a book penned by the hotel's owner that says the Rape of Nanking was fabricated.
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