Thursday, November 27, 2014
Sony is settling government charges that it misled consumers about its PlayStation Vita hand-held gaming console.
The U.S. House of Representatives has called a senior Takata executive back to Washington for a new hearing over the company's faulty airbags tied to several deaths and hundreds of injuries.
Tesco shareholders are to sue the British supermarket giant for compensation after the revelation of profit overstatements sent its stock tumbling, a London law firm said on Tuesday.
A new labor policy at Volkswagen's Tennessee factory is encouraging both supporters and opponents of a major labor union to unionize its first foreign auto plant in the U.S. South.
Canadian smartphone maker BlackBerry is wooing Apple customers with a cash offer for trade-ins of iPhones for its new square-screened, keyboard-equipped Passport.
World stock markets mostly rose Wednesday as stronger U.S. growth offset a less rosy outlook for China.
The yen rose against the dollar Wednesday as a recent sell-off in the unit ran out of steam following mixed U.S. economic data, while Japan's top central banker raised concerns about its weakness.
Oil prices were mixed in Asia Wednesday as speculation swirls that the OPEC oil cartel will maintain output at this week's closely watched meeting despite a global supply glut.
The Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE) has indefinitely shelved plan to hold a two-hour evening session, which was being considered as a way for the bourse to better compete with rivals in Europe and the United States.
Wednesday, November 26, 2014
The weak eurozone economy poses a key threat to global growth, the OECD warned Tuesday, urging more flexibility in fiscal rules for struggling EU members like France and Italy to prevent another recession.