Samsung seeks redemption with artificial intelligence-infused Galaxy S8 phone

Samsung Electronics Co. plans to equip its next Galaxy S smartphones with a Siri-like digital assistant, seeking to make a comeback after the global debacle that precipitated the death of its flawed Note 7 lineup.

Industry News

Theresa May flies to India to prepare ground for post-Brexit trade deal

Prime Minister Theresa May flies to India on Sunday to prepare the ground for one of Britain’s key trade agreements after it quits the European Union.

India News

US election guide to markets: What to watch with 3 days to go

Investors increased their hedges against Donald Trump pulling off a stunning upset in the US presidential election even as Hillary Clinton’s slide in the polls eased on the penultimate trading day before the vote.

Markets News

How to Use Instagram Like Cindy Crawford

Just days after turning heads on Halloween while dressed as a perfectly paired punk rock band with her husband, Rande Gerber, and their two runway-ready offspring, Cindy Crawford looked properly elegant at the Jimmy Choo bout

Entertainment News

Warren Buffett’s M&A Magic Touch Has Batteries Included: Gadfly

For most companies, big acquisitions take a while to pay off, sometimes years, if ever. That's unless, of course, you are talking about Warren Buffett and Berkshire Hathaway Inc

Industry News

December US Federal Rate-Hike Odds Seen Plunging on Donald Trump Election Win

The path to Federal Reserve policy tightening this year has one final hurdle to clear: a potential Donald Trump victory in the U.S. presidential election.

Markets News

Did Cyrus Mistry hold back information from Tata Sons?

As Cyrus Mistry reset course at Tata Sons Ltd - the holding company of India’s largest conglomerate - his relationship with his board and largest shareholders frayed to breaking point.

Industry News

Who’s choking New Delhi? No, it’s not the carmakers

India's capital is choking on fumes, and the auto industry is preparing to face the courts over what this week was probably the worst air quality in the world, according to Berkeley Earth.

India News

What will the US government look like after Tuesday? Here are some polls and predictions

The personality-driven, mudslinging presidential campaign notwithstanding, Americans aren't just choosing between two people on Election Day.

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Steve Ballmer, ex-Microsoft CEO, says smartphones broke his relationship with Bill Gates

Microsoft entered the market in 2012 with the Surface RT, a tablet that sold poorly and required Microsoft to take a $900 million charge to write down the value of inventory.

Steve Ballmer News

Google-parent Alphabet reveals hardware inventory numbers for the first time

Google unveiled the first suite of hardware products it designed and made itself last month. Now its parent company is giving investors a first sign that this isn’t just a passing fad.

Industry News

Three figures Ratan Tata’s successor needs for job interview

What's a nice round figure to take to a job interview? If the position in question is chairman of Tata Group, there might be three of them: $40 billion; 2020; and 250 basis points.

Industry News

How Prince Michael Jackson is charting his own path, 7 years after dad’s death

Prince Michael Jackson may be the King of Pop's son, but he's not aspiring to reach Michael Jackson's level of fame. That's not to say, though, that MJ didn't have an influence on his oldest child.

Entertainment News

GST is a big achievement and a game-changer for PM Modi’s economic reforms

GST will replace a welter of state levies that imposed heavy burdens on commerce that crossed domestic borders, creating a single market of 1.3 billion people.

GST News

StanChart said to oust private equity CEO, mull unit closure

Standard Chartered Plc dismissed the head of its private-equity business and is weighing plans to shutter the unit over the next two years, according to people familiar with the matter.

India News

Facebook falls most in 9 months as blistering growth set to slow

Facebook Inc. shares slumped the most in nine months after executives suggested the company probably won’t be able to keep up with its explosive pace of growth much longer.

Industry News

Ratan Tata back at the Tata Group reins moves fast to repair tarnished name

Ratan Tata, back at the helm of India’s biggest conglomerate for just over a week, has started getting his house in order.

Industry News

Facebook’s revenue to fall in 2017 as the company plans to build data centers and hire best engineers

Facebook Inc. reported a quarter that blew past expectations. But its shares fell in extended trading after executives suggested they won’t be able to repeat the performance.

Industry News

TAG Heuer invades Apple’s home turf with office in Silicon Valley

TAG Heuer will open an office in Silicon Valley, marking the first time a big Swiss watchmaker has expanded into the cradle of the U.S. technology sector and cementing its smartwatch alliance with Google and Intel Corp.

Industry News

BP, Rosneft’s petrol pumps may put pressure on giants like IOC, BPCL

Global oil majors BP Plc and Rosneft PJSC are eyeing a piece of India’s $117 billion retail market for fossil fuels, threatening to shake up government-owned companies that have faced little competition for a decade.

Industry News

Jindal Steel & Power misses interest payments for third time

Jindal Steel & Power Ltd., India’s second-most indebted mill, said that it missed payment on interest due last month on some bonds, the third lapse since September.

Industry News

BlackRock, world’s largest money manager, says India is the biggest opportunity in Asia

Improving outlook for the world’s second most populous nation and progress in overhauling the nation’s bankruptcy procedures is reviving investor confidence.

Government News

Why the US needs India’s rockets

PSLV is unique and it was designed to launch small satellites. And that's a good niche to occupy at the moment.


Barack Obama Says FBI Probe Into E-Mails a ‘Political Controversy’

President Barack Obama said FBI Director James Comey’s decision to renew a probe of Hillary Clinton’s e-mails 11 days before the election had stirred a political controversy but said that he wouldn’t be seen meddling in

World News

Fear of Donald Trump Pushes Gold Above $1,300 as Investors Seek Haven

Donald Trump’s improving odds in the U.S. presidential race are causing jitters in the market, prompting investors to seek safety in gold.

Commodities News

F-35, most expensive US weapons system ever, requires $500 million more for development

The development phase was originally scheduled to end in fiscal 2012. That was extended to fiscal 2016

World News

Why Modi government’s $37 billion power reforms may have to wait

India’s 187 gigawatts of coal-fired power capacity, which generate more than 75% of the nation’s electricity, contribute to the air pollution

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