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NEW YORK : Ride-hailing service Uber will invest $ 500 million in an ambitious global mapping project to wean itself off dependence on Google Maps and pave the way for driverless cars, the Financial Times reported on Sunday.The San Francisco-based

Italy’s oldest bank has just clinched a multi-billion dollar rescue after flunking a test of its financial strength. Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena announced on Friday night that it had found a “definitive solution” to its legacy of bad

Forget the polls. Wall Street has another way to predict whether Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton will be the next president of the United States. Keep an eye on the stock market from August 1 through October 31. If stocks

After couple of weeks of smart distribution, and a manipulation of an upthrust (false thrust up), finally the expected supply has shown up throughout the passing week printing a considerable big range bearish bar. By most chances a new

NEW YORK : Donald Trump rejected criticism from the father of a soldier killed in Iraq who said the Republican presidential nominee had “sacrificed nothing and no one” and questioned whether the mother was allowed to speak during the couple’s

HONG KONG : British and Chinese securities watchdogs are discussing an agreement that will pave the way for landmark financial services projects between the countries, sources said, easing fears that Britain could be a less attractive partner for such deals

Expedia reported lower-than-expected quarterly revenue due to higher promotions for its member loyalty program and discounts to promote new hotel listings, sending the company’s shares down more than 6% in extended trading. Expedia expe , which owns a majority stake

LONDON : A new “Harry Potter” play that opened to swooning reviews and delighted gasps from the audience marks the end of the journey for the beloved boy wizard, his creator J.K. Rowling said at the play’s premiere in London

ANKARA : Turkey will shut down its military academies and put the armed forces under the command of the defence minister, President Tayyip Erdogan said on Saturday in a move designed to bring the military under tighter government control after

TOKYO : The Bank of Japan’s review of its monetary stimulus program promised for September has revived expectations it could adopt some form of “helicopter money”, printing money for government spending to spur inflation. The BOJ disappointed market hopes on