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International Business

Two Indian-origin women on Forbes list of America’s richest self-made women

Indian-origin technology executives Jayshree Ullal and Neerja Sethi have made it to the Forbes’ list of America’s 60 richest self-made women, with 21-year-old reality-TV...

Tata Motors-owned JLR warns UK govt against a ‘bad’ Brexit deal

Tata Motors-owned Jaguar Land Rover has warned the British government that a "bad" Brexit deal could jeopardise the country's biggest carmaker's investment plans, cost...

London top hub for Indian tech investment

London has emerged as the leading European destination for Indian entrepreneurs with the technology sector bringing in a large chunk of investments from India,...

British Engine Maker Rolls-Royce Cutting 4,600 Jobs

Rolls-Royce, the British maker of plane engines, said Thursday that it plans to cut 4,600 mainly British jobs by 2020, adding to thousands of...

Indian-American Dhivya Suryadevara, Named GMs Financial Head

General Motors Co said on Wednesday Dhivya Suryadevara, currently vice president of corporate finance, will succeed Chuck Stevens on Sept. 1 as Chief Financial...

UK inflation unexpectedly holds at one-year low despite oil price rise

British consumer price inflation unexpectedly held at a one-year low last month, though rising oil prices suggest an increase could be on its way,...

Asia traders cautious after G-7 debacle, eyes on Trump-Kim summit

Asian markets fluctuated on Monday (June 11) after the Group of Seven meeting ended with deep divisions between the US and its allies, while...

Google will not develop AI for use in weapons: Google CEO Pichai

Google would not be developing artificial intelligence for use in weapons, its CEO Sundar Pichai has said, after facing a backlash over the technology...

World on brink of trade war as US slaps steel, aluminium tariffs on allies

The world’s largest economies stood on the brink of all-out trade war as the EU, Canada and Mexico drew up retaliatory measures to Washington’s...

Rome alone? Five key questions for the euro

A new government has been formed in Italy, calming markets spooked by the possibility of snap elections that might have become a de facto...