South China Sea code of conduct talks to be ‘stabiliser’ for region: China premier

MANILA (Reuters) – China’s agreement to begin discussions with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) on the fine print

New TripAdvisor feature aims to flag sexual assault concerns

TripAdvisor is making it easier for users to see if any safety concerns have been flagged about hotels they’re researching.

Ex-Trump adviser Carl Icahn hit with subpoena

Carl Icahn’s firm has been subpoenaed over the billionaire’s role as President Trump’s special adviser on deregulation. Icahn Enterprises said

Saudi Arabia tries to ‘clean house’ with stunning purge

Saudi Arabia’s dramatic anti-corruption purge took the business community by complete surprise. Saturday’s arrest of princes, high-profile businessmen and government

More Wells Fargo workers allege retaliation for whistleblowing

More former Wells Fargo employees allege they were fired after they tried to blow the whistle on shady activity at

How Harvey Weinstein Could Stop Brexit

Could Harvey Weinstein be the man who stops Brexit? The short answer is still: probably not. But the question isn’t

First coal bankruptcy of Trump era

President Trump has declared an end to the “war on coal.” But coal country continues to grapple with powerful market

Tesla fired hundreds of employees in past week

 Luxury electric vehicle maker Tesla Inc (TSLA.O) fired about 400 employees this week, including associates, team leaders and supervisors, a

Hostage to Catalonia? No Way, Says the EU

The would-be secessionists in the Spanish region of Catalonia are about to get a reality check. Carles Puigdemont, the region’s

Chevron’s CEO is leaving as oil industry faces uncertain future

Longtime Chevron CEO John Watson is stepping down, clearing the way for a new captain to steer the company through