Monday, September 29, 2014
French firm Total is working behind the scenes to take the lead on an ambitious pipeline connecting Central and South Asia, sources close to the project say, pioneering a novel gas exchange mechanism to overcome legal hurdles.
Taiwan-based Acer Inc.'s notebook-tablet hybrid device has received several positive reviews from media and technology experts since its launch in April this year.
U.S. brokerage Morgan Stanley has upgraded its stock rating on Taiwan Mobile Co. after the country's second-largest wireless carrier teamed up with Ambit Microsystems Corp., a new entrant to Taiwan's 4G market.
The European Central Bank will this week unveil details of its plans to inject cash into the moribund eurozone economy, even as analysts express doubt about the effectiveness of the measures.
Ireland is mounting a spirited fightback from economic collapse but as recovery takes hold, a housing shortage has sparked talk of another dangerous property bubble.
In a matter of days, the new social network Ello, described as the “anti-Facebook” for its stand on privacy and advertising, has become perhaps the hottest ticket on the Internet.
India's new prime minister is turning to nuclear energy to ease a power crisis made worse by the cancellation of hundreds of coal mining permits, but he faces skepticism both at home and abroad.
Germany, which has long seen itself as the star pupil among debt-mired European economies, is heading for a steep decline driven by serious delusions about its own model, prominent experts are warning.
Douglas Buule, a teacher at Kiwenda primary, a government school outside Uganda's capital Kampala, has a recurring problem.
Sunday, September 28, 2014
More than a dozen bands from at home and abroad gathered together to perform in Taipei Saturday in memory of late Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl.