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UPS announces Dubai venture in Middle East expansion effort
UPS announced a partnership Tuesday to provide logistics at the 2020 World's Fair in Dubai, a venture it sees as a springboard to a bigger presence in the Middle East.
Japanese mobile giant SoftBank on Wednesday said its full-year net profit tripled largely thanks to one-off gains from the sale of a stake in Chinese e-commerce titan Alibaba.
Disney reported higher second-quarter profit Tuesday despite lower earnings at its ESPN sports network, which has been under pressure with the rise of online streaming.
U.S.-based car rental giant Zipcar announced Wednesday that it will launch services in Taipei, as the company's first step in its expansion in Asia.
On the road nowhere
People stand at a Bentley Bentayga SUV car during the annual shareholders meeting of the Volkswagen AG in Hannover, Germany, Wednesday, May 10.
Rupert Murdoch's News Corp on Tuesday reported some positive signs for its global newspaper operations, as the number of digital subscribers for the Wall Street Journal topped one million.
Toshiba fights with Western Digital over chips unit sale
Money-losing Japanese electronics company Toshiba is sparring with its U.S. joint venture partner Western Digital over the planned sale of Toshiba's computer-chip business.
Citibank recruiting 60 for internship program
Citibank is accepting applications for its 2017 Citi Taiwan Internship Program, a two-month long program in the summer in the fields of corporate banking, consumer banking, operations and technology, among others.
An oil company backed by global commodities giant Trafigura has opened a US$92 million oil and gas terminal in Myanmar to cash in on growing energy demand from the fast-expanding economy.
Iconic American tuna brand Bumble Bee Foods agreed to plead guilty and pay a US$25 million fine for conspiring to fix prices of canned seafood, the Justice Department of announced Monday.
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