Christine Lagarde, the International Monetary Fund chief, has been questioned by a French magistrate over her role in a $336m arbitration payment made to a supporter of former President Nicolas Sarkozy.
The International Monetary Fund has said that Britain was a long way from a "sustainable recovery", and called for the government to boost infrastructure spending in order to accelerate economic growth and offset austerity.
A German software giant has announced it intends to employ hundreds of people with autism as software testers and programmers in a global drive over the next seven years.
Microsoft Corp has unveiled the "Xbox One", its first new gaming console in eight years, and its strongest push so far to dominate consumers' living rooms with an array of exclusive media content.
The chief executive of Apple is to be questioned about tax evasion after a US Senate investigation found that it uses overseas companies to avoid paying billions of dollars in taxes.
Thousands of workers employed by Dubai's largest construction company have gone on strike for a second day to back wage demands in a rare labour protest in the Gulf emirate, where trade unions are banned.
Texas has joined the crowd of Gulf of Mexico states to file suit against BP Plc, Halliburton Co and others for their role in one of the worst oil spills in US history.
Google Inc came under fire from British lawmakers investigating its tax affairs and whether it had misled parliament in testimony last year, adding fuel to a debate on taxation that has risen to the top of the UK political agenda.
Page 4 of 11
Live Blog: Turkey Protests
Protests at Taksim Square in Istanbul started after trees were torn up to make way for the redevelopment of Gezi Park. ( 16-Jun-2013 )
|William A. Cook|
|William T. Hathaway|
|Fidaa Abu Assi|