AT&T and Verizon on Wednesday joined global firms pulling ads from Google, saying they did not want their brands associated with inappropriate content on the internet giant.
The global box office for films took in a record $38.6 billion last year, industry figures showed Wednesday, although receipts outside North America declined for the first time in 12 years as the Chinese market slowed.
New York authorities on Wednesday granted a license to Coinbase to trade in two additional virtual currencies, expanding the company’s services which already included Bitcoin starting in January.
Saudi Arabia on Wednesday lost its high-quality credit rating from the Fitch agency, which lowered the kingdom a notch because of worsening public finances as the oil price wobbles.
German rail giant Deutsche Bahn on Wednesday named finance director Richard Lutz as its new chief executive, replacing a boss who quit unexpectedly after contract talks broke down.
Leading Dutch bank ING is under criminal investigation in The Netherlands due to concerns related to “money laundering and corrupt practices”, bank officials and prosecutors said Wednesday.
German carmaker Porsche said Wednesday it would celebrate a record year with a one-off payment to workers of up to exactly 9,111 euros, a nod to the its iconic 911 sports car.
Banks moving from London to European Union financial centres as Britain quits the bloc will not be given an easy ride by regulators, the European Central Bank’s top supervisor warned Wednesday.
Chinese technology giant Tencent reported a profit boost Wednesday, helped by the growing popularity of its mobile games.
Uber chief Travis Kalanick will remain in the driver’s seat as the scandal-tainted on-demand ride service tries to plot a friendlier course with workers, riders and drivers.
Three California lawmakers have introduced legislation that would penalize firms keen to take part in President Donald Trump’s plan to build a wall along the US-Mexico border.