The Japanese government defends Toyota Motor Corp after U.S. President-elect Donald Trump criticized the automaker’s plan to build a new factory in Mexico.
Apple has launched a legal challenge to a record $14 billion EU tax demand, arguing that EU regulators ignored tax experts and corporate law, and deliberately picked a method to maximize the penalty. Sonia Legg reports
French judges have found IMF chief Christine Lagarde guilty of negligence for failing to challenge a 400 million euro state arbitration payout to a business tycoon in 2008 when she was French finance minister. Rosanna Philpott reports.
After developing self-driving cars, Google is set to bring its innovation prowess to the seas, with a novel new ship propulsion system that uses kite energy.
Hundreds of thousands of Londoners face travel chaos on Tuesday as rail union begins a 48-hour strike.
Google signed an agreement with the Cuban government on Monday granting internet users in the country quicker access to its branded content.
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump speaks to former chief executive of Hewlett-Packard Carly Fiorina about the job of director of national intelligence, the New York Times reports.
Lockheed Martin executive says company already cut F-35 costs in response to Donald Trump’s tweet against the company’s costs.
Two former employees of accounting firm PwC and a journalist, who were handed suspended sentences for having leaked data about Luxembourg’s tax deals with large corporations, begin appeal trial.
International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde stands trial for her role in a 400 million euro payout as French finance minister in 2008 to businessman Bernard Tapie, at the Cour de Justice de la Republique, saying she is confident she has done nothing wrong. Mia Womersley reports. Continue reading