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AirAsia eyes up to $300 mn bond issuance, jet sales to raise funds: Tony Fernandes

Budget carrier AirAsia Bhd is planning a convertible bond issue of as much as $150 million at each of its Philippines and Indonesian associates, and may sell and lease back up to 20 aircraft of the group's fleet this year, gr

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In $8 bn Samsung bid, some South Koreans break ranks to side with foreign activist

In a country with a record of hostility towards foreign capital, some local investors are breaking with tradition as they side with a U.S. hedge fund opposing an $8 billion merger seen vital to the transfer of leadership at S

In $8 bn Samsung bid, some South Koreans break ranks to side with foreign activist

Oil prices fall on oversupply, but U.S. crude supported by Gulf of Mexico storm

Oil prices extended declines on Monday after two straight days of losses late last week as high production offset strong refinery runs, but a storm that could impact Gulf of Mexico operations supported U.S. crude.

Oil prices fall on oversupply, but U.S. crude supported by Gulf of Mexico storm

Golden State Warriors vs Cleveland Cavaliers: Warriors move within one win of NBA title

The Golden State Warriors won the battle of small-ball and defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers 104-91 on Sunday to move within a win of their first NBA title in 40 years.

Golden State Warriors vs Cleveland Cavaliers: Warriors move within one win of NBA title

Former PetroChina vice chairman to be prosecuted for graft

Former PetroChina Vice Chairman Liao Yongyuan has been expelled from the Communist Party and will be prosecuted for crimes including bribery, the party said on Monday, the latest official caught up in a sweeping corruption c

Former PetroChina vice chairman to be prosecuted for graft

Greece’s last attempt to reach bailout deal with creditors fail

Talks on ending a deadlock between Greece and its international creditors broke up in failure on Sunday, with European leaders venting their frustration as Athens stumbled closer towards a debt default that threatens its futu

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Departing Deutsche bank co-CEO Anshu Jain to work for free

Anshu Jain, whotook over as co-CEO of Deutsche Bank on June 1, 2012, will receive no severance pay nor the remaining salary of about 7 million euros per year because he initiated his own departure.

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Greek PM Alexis Tsipras seeks debt relief as Greeks take offer to Brussels

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said he was willing to accept unpalatable compromises to secure a deal with international creditors, provided he gets debt relief in return, something that Germany refuses to countenance.

Greek PM Alexis Tsipras seeks debt relief as Greeks take offer to Brussels

Aid-dependent Nepal says needs US dollar 6.6 bn for post-earthquake rebuilding

Earthquake-battered Nepal will ask international donors to support a reconstruction plan that is expected to cost $6.6 billion over five years, the government said on Saturday.

Aid-dependent Nepal says needs US dollar 6.6 bn for post-earthquake rebuilding

World Health Organization calls emergency meeting on ‘large, complex’ South Korea MERS outbreak

"UPDATE 4-WHO calls emergency meeting on "large, complex" S".

World Health Organization calls emergency meeting on ‘large, complex’ South Korea MERS outbreak

Iran won’t allow nuclear inspections to jeopardise state secrets: Hassan Rouhani

Iran's President Hassan Rouhani said on Saturday he would not put state secrets at risk in the country's nuclear negotiations, becoming the latest senior official to express reservations about intrustive inspections sought by

Iran won’t allow nuclear inspections to jeopardise state secrets: Hassan Rouhani

Australia stoops to “new low” if boat payment confirmed: Indonesia

Australia would have stooped to a "new low" if reports that its navy paid people-smugglers bound for Australia thousands of dollars to turn back their boat are true, an Indonesian government official said on Saturday".

Australia stoops to “new low” if boat payment confirmed: Indonesia

Iran won’t allow nuclear inspections to jeopardise state secrets: Rouhani

Iran's President Hassan Rouhani said on Saturday he would not put state secrets at risk in the country's nuclear negotiations, becoming the latest senior official to express reservations about intrustive inspections sought by

Iran won’t allow nuclear inspections to jeopardise state secrets: Rouhani

European-Lady Gaga surprise guest at Games opening ceremony

Pop star Lady Gaga sang John Lennon's 'Imagine' sitting at a flower-covered piano as the inaugural European Games got off to a glamorous start in the Azeri capital with a dazzling opening ceremony on Friday.

European-Lady Gaga surprise guest at Games opening ceremony

Two U.S. men charged with beheading plot to help Islamic State

Prosecutors charged two U.S. men on Friday for plotting to help the Islamic State militant group by beheading Americans, after an investigation that led law enforcement officers to shoot a suspect dead last week in Boston.

Two U.S. men charged with beheading plot to help Islamic State

BlackRock to buy Mexican fund tied to scandal-hit contractor

BlackRock Inc, the world's largest asset manager, has agreed to buy a Mexican infrastructure investment fund that financed projects for a contractor at the center of a scandal which embroiled President Enrique Pena Nieto.

BlackRock to buy Mexican fund tied to scandal-hit contractor

Japan desires quick passage of U.S. trade adjustment bill: Suga

Japan's top government spokesman said on Saturday he desired the swift passage of a U.S. bill that is part of a package central to President Barack Obama's push for a Pacific Rim trade pact.

Japan desires quick passage of U.S. trade adjustment bill: Suga

U.S. slaps duties on Chinese tires for cars and light trucks

The United States on Friday imposed duties on certain automobile and light truck tires imported from China after finding they were being dumped at below-market value and unfairly subsidized by Beijing.

U.S. slaps duties on Chinese tires for cars and light trucks

Gareth Bale goal gives Wales precious win over Belgium

Wales moved closer to their first major tournament in 57 years as Gareth Bale's classy first-half goal gave them a 1-0 win over Belgium to go three points clear at the top of their Euro 2016 qualifying group on Friday.

Gareth Bale goal gives Wales precious win over Belgium

Hillary Clinton to stage major rally, will vow to back working Americans

Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton stages the first big rally of her presidential campaign on Saturday, trying to cast herself as a fighter for ordinary Americans and build a clearer case for why she wants to lead the co

Hillary Clinton to stage major rally, will vow to back working Americans

China-linked hackers get sensitive U.S. defense, intelligence data: Report

China-linked hackers appear to have gained access to sensitive background information submitted by U.S. intelligence and military personnel for security clearances that could potentially expose them to blackmail, the Associat

China-linked hackers get sensitive U.S. defense, intelligence data: Report

Tesla Motors enters into $500 mn credit facility

Electric car maker Tesla Motors Inc said on Friday that along with its subsidiary, Tesla Motors Netherlands B.V., it had entered into a $500 million senior secured asset-based revolving credit agreement.

Tesla Motors enters into $500 mn credit facility

Tesla Motors enters into $500 mn credit facility

Electric car maker Tesla Motors Inc said on Friday that along with its subsidiary, Tesla Motors Netherlands B.V., it had entered into a $500 million senior secured asset-based revolving credit agreement.

Tesla Motors enters into $500 mn credit facility

Alzheimer’s group may scrap early look at coveted Lilly data

The Alzheimer's Association may not offer an early look at highly sought clinical trial data on an experimental drug from Eli Lilly and Co after news of the impending release led to a jump in the company's shares.

Alzheimer’s group may scrap early look at coveted Lilly data

U.S. probes Nike payments under Brazil soccer deal: WSJ

U.S. authorities are examining payments made by Nike Inc under a 1996 soccer sponsorship deal with Brazil for possible evidence of any wrongdoing by the company or others, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday.

U.S. probes Nike payments under Brazil soccer deal: WSJ

Documents show bitter CIA dispute over pre-9/11 performance

Top CIA officials fought bitterly in the years after the Sept.

Documents show bitter CIA dispute over pre-9/11 performance

Barack Obama quest for fast-track trade bill on ice in U.S. House

A raging battle over President Barack Obama's request for "fast-track" authority central to improving U.S. ties with Asia resumes in the House of Representatives next week when lawmakers are expected to try to reverse Friday'

Barack Obama quest for fast-track trade bill on ice in U.S. House