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Tuesday, June 9, 2015
The Sahara Group of jailed Indian tycoon Subrata Roy said Monday it had reached a deal with the UK's billionaire Reuben brothers to avert the sale of three luxury hotels overseas.
Monday, June 8, 2015
The leaders of Germany and the United States hammered home a tough line on Russia Sunday at the start of a G-7 summit dominated by crises in Ukraine and Greece.
Saturday, June 6, 2015
Greece's decision to bundle together its upcoming repayments to the International Monetary Fund roiled financial markets Friday as investors fretted over the possibility of a Greek debt default and the country's exit from the euro. U.S.
The euro lost ground Friday on uncertainty about Greece's future in the eurozone as it struck a last-minute deal to delay a debt repayment, but still faced several stumbling blocks to reaching a bailout reform agreement.
France's foreign minister on Friday said Paris was "firmly opposed" to any boycott of Israel as a row rages over telecom group Orange's decision to withdraw its brand from the Jewish state.
Oil prices rose in Asia Friday but gains were capped before a key meeting of the OPEC cartel, which is expected to maintain its current production levels despite an oversupplied global market.
Friday, June 5, 2015
Fragmentation still hurdle for IoT: industry group
Market fragmentation is still the main challenge to growth of the Internet of Things (IoT), according to the Open Interconnect Consortium (OIC), an Intel-backed industry group.
Working 9-to-5 is becoming less popular
If you want an income, or you're an employer looking for help, it may be time to scrap the idea of the traditional 9-to-5 arrangement.
Chinese stocks fluctuated wildly Thursday on signs of a further tightening up on lending practices at brokerages, while other world benchmarks sagged as investors awaited the outcome of Greece's talks with creditors.
Australia's corporate watchdog has described the behavior of the country's biggest banks toward an investigation into possible rigging of the benchmark interest rate as "absolutely appalling" and demanded more cooperation.
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