Luxury automaker Cadillac on Thursday unveiled its first all-electric vehicle, hoping to gain an edge in the segment currently dominated by Tesla.
The coronavirus crisis has weighed heavily on print newspapers already battling for survival around the world, with the number of copies sold tumbling while less profitable digital readerships surge.
Shares in the parent of Chinese social media giant WeChat tanked in Hong Kong on Friday after Donald Trump signed an executive order banning Americans from doing business with the platform.
Construction giant EEI Corp. and its Spanish partner Acciona won a contract to build a 6.5 kilometer segment of a new railway line that will connect Malolos, Bulacan to the Clark International Airport.
Microsoft has expanded its talks on TikTok to a potential deal that would include buying the global operations of the fast-growing video-sharing app, the Financial Times reported Thursday.
A company director has been charged in Singapore with falsifying letters linked to scandal-hit German payments giant Wirecard, according to court documents, as the fallout from the firm’s collapse spreads further around the world.
US President Donald Trump has announced sweeping restrictions against Chinese-owned social media giants TikTok and WeChat, his latest explosive move aimed at countering China’s rising global power.
Media redundancies, partial layoffs and managerial wage cuts are on the rise as advertising markets implode, despite customers showing an ever stronger appetite for information on the coronavirus crisis.
Thai beermaker Toon’s hoppy Sandport brew will be out of stock on Friday’s International Beer Day — a far cry from the parties of previous years — as the kingdom’s small brewers struggle under the strain of tough booze laws and the pandemic crunch.
Ella can still remember the day they were set-up because she has been the happiest ever since.