Saturday, November 14, 2015
Growth in global demand for crude is set to slow next year as the allure of cheap oil fades, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said on Friday.
Friday, November 13, 2015
Taiwan's MediaTek Inc. (MediaTek, 聯發科) has been recognized as one of the Thomson Reuters 2015 Top 100 Global Innovators, according to the Top 100 Global Innovators list released Thursday by the Intellectual Property & Science arm of Thomson Reuters.
EVA Airways (長榮航空), Taiwan's second-largest carrier, on Thursday blamed Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport for the damage to one of its planes last month, saying that pieces of asphalt were flying off the runway during takeoff.
Apple chief executive Tim Cook said he was feeling "pretty good" ahead of the European Union's judgment on its Irish tax arrangements, as the company announced 1,000 new jobs in Ireland on Wednesday.
British brewer SABMiller, fresh from agreeing to a vast US$121-billion takeover from global leader Anheuser-Busch InBev, posted sliding first-half net profits Thursday on the back of the strong U.S. dollar.
BMW Motorcycles said Wednesday it would rely increasingly on small-cylinder models and even electric bicycles to achieve massive sales growth over the next five years.
Southeast Asian telecommunications giant Singapore Telecom (Singtel) said Thursday its second quarter net profit fell slightly from last year, dragged down by currency weakness in some countries where its associates operate.
Microsoft may soon be one of the first U.S. cloud-computing companies to let Europeans store their online data closer to home, a response to fears that U.S. data centers are more vulnerable to snooping by the U.S. government.
Wal-Mart Stores says it is offering most of the same Black Friday "doorbuster" deals online and in stores for the first time and giving online shoppers an early jump on the sales.
Suppose every time you posted on Facebook, the social network tallied up the ad revenue it earned against your update and passed a percentage back to you. Of course, Facebook does nothing of the sort -- but its much smaller rival Tsu.co does.