Latest figures indicate revival in loan demand but add to concerns over risk from debt build-up
Video-streaming giant Netflix says it is going to stop subscribers from using proxies to view content not available in their home countries.
Richard Westcott: Are we really out of love with the car?
Shares of US tech giant Intel plunge 5% in extended trading after its data centre revenue in the fourth quarter failed to impress investors.
Meet the people renting out their homes as offices
Goodbye fuel surcharges, hello new charges
Goldman Sachs announces it has reached a deal with US authorities over charges it used fraudulent marketing material to sell mortgage bonds.
The reformers will prevail, from Beijing to Tokyo, Delhi, Brussels, London and Washington, writes Lionel Barber
Industrial slowdown has led some economists to reduce expectations for growth in the final quarter