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  • Indian central bank chief resigns
    Indian central bank chief resigns
    14h ago

    Urjit Patel (pictured), the governor of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), India’s central bank, announced that he would be stepping down from the position on Monday. His resignation came in...

  • Chinese court rules in favor of Qualcomm against Apple
    Chinese court rules in favor of Qualcomm against Apple
    15h ago

    The Fuzhou Intermediate People’s Court in China has brought a preliminary order in favor of the American chipmaker Qualcomm Inc. in an intellectual property dispute it had with Apple Inc., effectively banning the import and sales o...

  • Samsung BioLogics to resume trading
    Samsung BioLogics to resume trading
    16h ago

    South Korea’s main stock exchange operator gave Samsung BioLogics the green light to continue trading its shares on Monday. Its shares had been suspended from trading on November 14 after the country’s financial regulator fou...

  • Amazon wants to expand its Go stores abroad - report
    Amazon wants to expand its Go stores abroad - report
    16h ago

    Amazon.com Inc. is planning to expand its Amazon Go stores network abroad, likely to start by opening its first store in London's West End shopping district, the Telegraph reported on Monday, citing sources familiar with the matter. ...

  • SoftBank decides to ditch Chinese 5G equipment
    SoftBank decides to ditch Chinese 5G equipment
    17h ago

    Japanese SoftBank Group decided on Monday to stop using Chinese 5G equipment, although it collaborated with telecommunications companies from China in its 4G networks, Nikkei Asian Review reported. The tech giant's decision comes ami...

  • Russia's Yandex taxi service kicks off in Israel
    Russia's Yandex taxi service kicks off in Israel
    18h ago

    Russia's largest technology company Yandex started offering its ride-hailing services in Israel under the brand name Yango, the company's Director of international business development Olga Nikitushkina told TASS on Monday. "...

  • SoftBank set for $23.5B IPO after share allotment
    SoftBank set for $23.5B IPO after share allotment
    20h ago

    Japanese tech giant SoftBank will raise $23.5 billion from its initial public offering (IPO) after it added an additional 160 million shares following significant demand from investors. The shares were priced at 1,500 yen ($13) each, mak...

  • Nissan voices regret over 'false disclosures in annual reports'
    Nissan voices regret over 'false disclosures in annual reports'
    21h ago

    The Japanese car manufacturer Nissan issued a statement on Monday in which it expressed regret over "false disclosures in annual securities reports." The statement comes shortly after the company was indicted...

  • China: No country had any security problems with Huawei
    China: No country had any security problems with Huawei
    22h ago

    Chinese Foreign Ministry stated on Monday that no country has reported any security problems with Huawei, according to the local media. The ministry added that Beijing doesn't force firms to install backdoors either.

    The comm...

  • Austria's OMV to resume funding Nord Stream 2 project
    Austria's OMV to resume funding Nord Stream 2 project
    22h ago

    The Austrian oil and gas company OMV will continue to finance the Nord Stream 2 project with Russia despite growing criticism on behalf of Ukraine and the Baltic states, the company's Chief Executive Officer Rayner Zele told Sputnik ...

  • Ghosn wanted to sack Nissan CEO before arrest - sources
    Ghosn wanted to sack Nissan CEO before arrest - sources
    23h ago

    Former Nissan Motor chairman Carlos Ghosn was planning to fire the carmaker's CEO Hiroto Saikawa (pictured) before he was arrested last month for financial fraud, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday citing people familiar with...

  • Japanese government bans Huawei, ZTE contracts
    Japanese government bans Huawei, ZTE contracts
    23h ago

    The government of Japan and the country's self-defense forces decided on Monday to ban purchases of Huawei Technology and ZTE servers, computers, and telecommunications equipment, Nikkei Asian Review reported on Monday. The ban aims ...

  • Japan prosecutors charge Nissan, Ghosn - reports
    Japan prosecutors charge Nissan, Ghosn - reports
    12/10

    Prosecutors in Tokyo charged Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. and its former chairman Carlos Ghosn with underreporting his income during a period of three years, Japanese media reported. Nikkei also said Greg Kelly, the company's representativ...

  • Musk: I do not respect the SEC
    Musk: I do not respect the SEC
    12/10

    Tesla Inc. CEO Elon Musk said he is abiding by the settlement with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) because he "respects the justice system" bu...

  • China warns Canada over 'consequences' of Meng's arrest
    China warns Canada over 'consequences' of Meng's arrest
    12/8

    Chinese Foreign Ministry urged Ottawa on Saturday to immediately release Huawei's Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou (pictured). Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs called on the Canadian ambassador John McCallum to issue a "stro...