After a near collapse in 2009 – the US car market has bounced back, will this be another year of growth?
Reggae Boy convalesces after leg injuryJamaica ObserverBY DANIA BOGLE Observer staff reporter REGGAE Boy Dicoy Williams is positive and looking forward to continued recovery after suffering cruciate ligament injuries to his leg which have kept him out …
Singapore’s highly-paid ministers face pay cuts of up to 51% after a recommendation from a government-appointed committee.
The commander of the main armed opposition group in Syria has threatened to step up attacks on government forces, saying he was frustrated with Arab League monitors’ lack of progress in ending a government crackdown on protests. Colonel Riad al-Asaad, the head of the Free Syrian Army (FSA), says he […]
The US Federal Reserve says it will publish regular interest rate forecasts in an effort to improve transparency at the central bank.
Leading international fashion publications such as Harper’s Bazaar and Glamour have announced revamps for this coming March, with a report published January 3 in WWD explaining the latter is planning a “major overhaul.”
Chinese authorities say they have uncovered 531bn yuan ($84bn; £50bn) worth of irregularities in local government debt.
An Ecuadorean appeals court upholds a ruling that Chevron should pay damages totalling $18.2bn (£11.5bn) over Amazon oil pollution.
Samsung Electronics gets approval from the Korean government for its plans to set up a memory-chip factory in China.
NEW YORK (TheWrap.com) – With Twitter becoming indispensable for news and politics, the Washington Post has climbed aboard the speeding train, launching a new metric for tracking presidential candidates — @MentionMachine. @MentionMachine monitors Twitter and other media outlets for the number of times a candidate is mentioned, thus tracking his […]