Thursday, March 6, 2014
Thanks to a steady economic recovery in Europe and the United States, the tense situation in Ukraine has had no immediate impact on Taiwan's exports and imports, the Bureau of Foreign Trade (BOFT) said Tuesday.
Growing tensions over Ukraine have raised the specter of another slowdown in the European auto market, just as carmakers were beginning to count on a modest recovery from a six-year contraction.
Chrysler said Tuesday it will take steps to build new cars and minivans in Ontario without incentives from the provincial and federal governments and is withdrawing requests for financial aid for plants in Windsor and Brampton because the projects have become a “political football.”
Japan may slap regulations on Bitcoin including taxing transactions, a report said Wednesday, as the global digital currency suffered another alleged theft that cast doubt on its reliability.
Wealthy Chinese will pour AU$44 billion (US$39.4 billion) into Australian real estate over the next seven years, potentially pushing prices in one of the world's most expensive housing markets even higher, a study said Wednesday.
A U.S. judge Tuesday upheld Chevron's allegations that an Ecuadorean court decision ordering it to pay US$9.5 billion for oil pollution in the Amazon jungle was fraudulently obtained.
Apple on Tuesday announced that the chief finance officer who served during the company's meteoric rise over the past decade is retiring later this year.
Facebook is in talks to buy Titan Aerospace, a maker of solar-powered drones, to step up its efforts to provide Internet access to remote parts of the world, according to reports from technology blog Techcrunch and financial news outlet CNBC.
U.S. media giant Disney has made a deal with satellite operator Dish Network to allow its channels to be watched over the Internet — streamed to smartphones, tablets, computers, or a traditional TV.
Sony on Tuesday announced it has sold more than six million PlayStation 4 consoles since the video game system debuted in November.