President Jacob Zuma ordered to withdraw ‘invalid’ notification of withdrawal, with judge saying move is unconstitutional
The lack of transparency in the Cambodian legislature and contention between political parties have caused international concern
Profits fall 62% as it emerges the bank is being investigated in the UK over potential money laundering offences
Tech giant challenges fairness of demand to pay €13bn to Ireland
The operation gives an enterprise value for Telxius, including debt, of 3.678 billion euros, Telefonica said in a statement to the market regulator.
The oil and chemicals firm agreed to buy the stake from Norway´s Statoil (STL.OL) for $3.07 billion in 2010
Kraft had made a surprise offer for Unilever to build a global consumer goods behemoth that was flatly rejected on Friday by Unilever, the maker of Lipton tea and Dove soap
Move comes after former Uber engineer Susan Fowler wrote blog outlining allegations of discrimination and sexism at cab-hailing app company
Head of vast conglomerate detained as South Korean scandal deepens
Austria is to sue Airbus and the Eurofighter consortium over a 2 billion-euro deal to buy Typhoon warplanes
Neuberger´s public response may have been prompted by media portrayal of the decision and the judges who made it
The deal would have created the largest U.S. health insurer. Rivals Aetna Inc and Humana Inc had sought their own merger, representing an unprecedented consolidation among U.S. health insurers.
Moosejaw will continue to operate its site and stores separately and will be run as a standalone brand
The European Parliament has approved a landmark free trade deal with Canada
The U.S. Senate has rolled back a rule that blocked people with severe mental health issues from buying a gun. FSRN’s Reaux Packard reports
The court said in a statement that there was sufficient evidence to indict the officials in connection with Bankia’s initial public offering in 2011, a year before the bank’s forced nationalization.
Politicians agree to public vote amid mass protests and international concern over plans to water down anti-graft legislation
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The ban was backed by around half of Americans but triggered protests across the country and caused chaos at some U.S. and overseas airports