“Urgent action” is needed to give new and expectant mothers more protection at work after a “shocking” increase in discrimination, MPs say.
SEOUL (Reuters) – North Korea has made considerable progress this year on weapons technology, including testing a submarine-launched missile for the first time, but it’s still not clear if the isolated nation has developed a nuclear warhead.
Google plans to expand a ride-sharing service in San Francisco, setting up a potential showdown with market leaders Uber and Lyft.
Tsingtao Brewery, China’s second-biggest beer maker, reports a sharp fall in profits in the first half of the year.
A good monsoon season across India is crucial to the economy and there are hopes rural farmers will see their incomes lifted this year.
A “smart energy” revolution could help ensure that the UK does not suffer blackouts, according to National Grid’s new UK chief.
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) – Russia questioned on Tuesday a report by the United Nations and a global chemical weapons watchdog that blamed Syrian government forces for two chlorine gas attacks, saying the U.N. Security Council could not use the conclusions to impose sanctions.
New guidelines are published setting out how the EU’s net neutrality rules should be applied.
Brussels urges European and US authorities to extract more tax from tech giant