An explosion and blaze rip through a plant manufacturing the controversial chemical PX in Fujian province in eastern China.
BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s foreign ministry added its support on Tuesday to calls for a ceasefire in Yemen, after Russia and the Red Cross appealed for a military pause to allow humanitarian aid deliveries and the evacuation of civilians.
BHUBANESWAR, India (Reuters) – Indian police killed 20 suspected sandalwood smugglers on Tuesday, a state police chief said, during the biggest operation in years to stamp out smuggling in remote forests.
US parcels delivery firm FedEx is to buy Dutch rival TNT Express for €4.4bn (£3.22bn) as it looks to expand its European operations.
Shares in Japan led Asian stocks higher on Monday, boosted by expectations that the Federal Reserve may put off raising US interest rates.
Global gaming looks like a good bet to Morgan Stanley despite Macau’s current woes.
Medicare is slowly shifting from a “fee for service” to a “value-based care” model. The proposed legislation is expensive and estimated to cost $13.5B annually over the next 10 years. In order to make this paradigm shift successful, a number of critical changes must occur.
Déjà vu! The French government refused, once again, to let Dailymotion – one of the country’s most successful Internet company – fall into foreign hands, urging the partially state-owned telecom operator Orange to consider an European partner instead. The French video-sharing platform was launched in March 2005 and counts today 137 […]
Do Millennials, Generation X-ers and Boomers approach corporate volunteerism in different ways? Considering the generational differences around other areas of the workplace, it’s not surprising to see those differences extend to corporate volunteering and giving programs as well. Generational theorists focus on the personality characteristics of each generational group, and now these […]