By Jake Spring BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese automaker Chery Automobile Co Ltd [CHERY.UL] has filed a complaint with the country's trademark regulator over Mercedes-Benz's use of the "EQ" name for a line of green-energy vehicles, throwing up a potential road block for the Daimler AG
Twitter Inc is considering whether to build a premium version of its popular Tweetdeck interface aimed at professionals, the company said on Thursday, raising the possibility that it could collect subscription fees from some users for the first time. Like most other social media companies, Twitter
By Aditi Shah NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Global ride-hailing firm Uber Technologies is rethinking its car leasing strategy in India, its second-biggest market, as drivers have returned dozens of leased cars early after the company cut incentives, people familiar with the matter told Reuters. After burning
Mar.23 -- Toshiba's shares jumped as much as 10 percent after a hedge fund disclosed that it had become the embattled conglomerate’s biggest shareholder Bloomberg's Peter Elstrom reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."
As many as 30pc of existing roles in the UK could be automated by 2030 with the most at risk industries being waste management, transportation and manufacturing, according to an analysis by PwC. Mr Hawksworth anticipates that manual and routine tasks will be susceptible to automation, with social skills
Mar.23 -- Christian Madsbjerg, Red Associates partner, discusses Samsung's corporate culture with Bloomberg's Betty Liu and Shery Ahn on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."
BERLÍN (AP) — Científicos en Alemania encendieron el jueves de que describieron como "el sol artificial más grande del mundo", un dispositivo que esperan arroje información sobre nuevas maneras de hacer combustibles menos contaminantes.
Amazon.com Inc on Thursday won a more than $1.5 billion tax dispute with the Internal Revenue Service over transactions involving a Luxembourg unit more than a decade ago. Judge Albert Lauber of the U.S. Tax Court rejected a variety of IRS arguments, and found that on several occasions the agency abused
Mar.23 -- Agriculture is one of humanity's oldest and biggest businesses. The World Bank estimates the industry is worth more than $2.4 trillion. But as land grows scarcer and climate patterns more unruly, new technologies will be needed to squeeze the most out of our production. In an interview
Mar.23 -- The world's shipping fleet carries roughly 12 trillion dollars' worth of goods each year. With so much at stake, even a few minutes of wasteful deployment can cost hundreds of millions. In an interview with Bloomberg North’s Anthony Lacavera, Adam Compain, co-founder and CEO of ClearMetal
Micron Technology Inc forecast current-quarter revenue and profit far ahead of analysts' estimates as prices for memory chips climb amid tight supplies and demand surges for storage chips used in smartphones. Shares of the company, which also beat second-quarter profit estimate, were up 9.4 percent
Mar.23 -- Fitbit is turning 10 and the last decade has been anything but a walk in the park. Five years ago Bloomberg’s Cory Johnson took a walk with the then private startup’s CEO James Park. Now, five years, one IPO and over 60 million products sold later, the two took another walk on the streets of
Mar.23 -- Brian Wieser, Pivotal Research analyst, Paul Verna, Emarketer analyst, and Bloomberg's Mark Bergen discuss Google's ad crisis with Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde on "Bloomberg Technology."
Mar.23 -- Canada’s Liberal government is picking six industrial sectors, led by clean technology, to foster innovation and jobs in an economy that’s been relying on commodities to drive growth. Globalive Chairman Anthony Lacavera, a Bloomberg contributor, speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: Canada."
NUEVA YORK (AP) — Nuevos documentos de WikiLeaks apuntaron el jueves hacia un aparente programa de la CIA para hackear iPhones y computadoras Mac de Apple utilizando técnicas que los usuarios no podían deshabilitar al restablecer sus dispositivos.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Cancer patients often wonder "why me?" Does their tumor run in the family? Did they try hard enough to avoid risks like smoking, too much sun or a bad diet?
By Ana Mano SAO PAULO (Reuters) - A new reorganization plan from Brazil's debt-laden phone carrier Oi SA boosted shares on Thursday, but analysts continued to focus on the need for fresh capital after a heavy fourth-quarter loss. Changes to the plan revealed late on Wednesday would offer Oi'
(Reuters) - Uber Canada on Thursday urged the Canadian government to retain a tax advantage available to ride-services companies, a day after the country's Liberal administration proposed removing the measure. The new national budget unveiled on Wednesday said the government planned to amend Canada
Wireless carriers Verizon Communications Inc and AT&T Inc said on Wednesday they would suspend digital ads on YouTube, joining a list of well-known British brands such as retailer Marks and Spencer Group Plc that are deserting Alphabet Inc's Google. Google has come under intense scrutiny for
NEW YORK (AP) — New documents from WikiLeaks point to an apparent CIA program to hack Apple's iPhones and Mac computers using techniques that users couldn't disable by resetting their devices.
By Rishika Sadam (Reuters) - Consulting and outsourcing services provider Accenture Plc slightly raised its full-year profit forecast, but the revised outlook was still largely below market expectations, sending the company's shares down as much as 4.5 percent. Accenture has invested heavily in its
The business of live sports, seen as perhaps the last great firewall for traditional US broadcasters, is facing deepening challenges in the era of mobile and live streaming options. To compete, broadcasters and leagues are unveiling their own streaming options -- known as "over-the-top" services
The US Senate has voted to overturn internet privacy rules passed by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) last October. The rules were put in place to protect web users, banning internet service providers (ISPs) from sharing consumers’ web browsing data, including history and financial, health
By Alister Doyle OSLO (Reuters) - Scientists proposed on Thursday a legislative and economic framework to halve the world's carbon dioxide emissions every decade from 2020 and combat climate change, by issuing hefty penalties on carbon emitters. Its concept is similar to a carbon tax, which charged