Danish prosecutors have charged the Dutch company behind the ride-sharing service Uber with "helping to commit illegalities" after an appeals court last month upheld a conviction against a driver for violating Denmark's taxi laws.
This photo taken in Portland, Oregon, Thursday, Dec. 1 shows a coffee travel mug that Seattle-based coffee chain Starbucks has introduced bearing sketches of notable Oregon landmarks, including Crater Lake National Park, food carts in Portland and Ashland's Shakespeare Festival.
Princess Cruise Lines will pay a US$40 million penalty after pleading guilty to seven federal charges in an illegal ocean pollution case that involved one ship's use of a so-called magic pipe to divert oily waste into the waters, authorities said Thursday.
India said old notes would no longer be accepted at gas stations after Friday, fueling anger over the scrapping of high denomination bills that has caused an unprecedented cash crunch.
Toyota plans to reveal a new version of America's top-selling sedan next month at a time when U.S. buyers are moving away from cars toward SUVs and trucks.
American consumers and businesses would pay -- literally -- if President-elect Donald Trump followed through on his campaign pledge to slap big taxes on imports from China and Mexico.
Singapore's financial regulator said Friday it has fined two British banks and barred a former Goldman Sachs banker in a widening crackdown on money laundering linked to Malaysian state fund 1MDB.
A group of environmentalists is proposing that Warren Buffett's company sell off its investments in Phillips 66 and other companies tied to fossil fuels over 12 years.
Household debt increased slightly in third quarter, but delinquency rates are on the rise with an especially troubling trend in auto loans, the New York Federal Reserve said Wednesday.
The OPEC oil cartel defied expectations Wednesday and nailed down its first joint output cut since 2008 after tough talks in Vienna, sending oil prices soaring.