International Herald Tribune (Front Page News)
Updated: 2 years 12 months ago
The currency’s rise is a sign of confidence in the euro zone, but it also is making exports more expensive and may be hampering economic growth.
Regulators in the United States have asked for more data in their review of the Danish company’s two long-acting insulin drugs.
The European Commission offered $1.6 billion in guarantees for a unit of Peugeot, but it wants the automaker to show it can survive without state support.
In afternoon trading, the S.&P. 500, the Dow Jones industrial average and the Nasdaq all dipped slightly.
The move comes after accusations from Hewlett-Packard that Autonomy inflated its sales and carried out improper accounting practices before its acquisition by H.P.
The Swedish company Hakon Invest has agreed to buy the remaining stake in the Nordic retailer ICA that it does not already own for $3.1 billion.
Some analysts said the euro could edge lower in the buildup to a meeting of finance ministers Monday and a Group of 20 meeting later in the week.
The MCX Stock Exchange takes up a challenge to build liquidity and win market share against two more established Indian bourses.
The benefit of the move to trim fixed home loan rates is limited by the fact that most home loans held in the country are in variable rates.
Exploiting generous benefits and loopholes, some public sector employees are earning more than $260,000 in a year.
Brokers used to promote bad investments mainly to people trying to get rich quick. But with traditional portfolios falling in value, ordinary retirement savers are being duped in growing numbers.
The request by the F.D.A. for more data on the heart risks of a diabetes drug will delay an important product for Novo Nordisk of Denmark.
After sweeping the market with the iPhone and the iPad, Apple has only one real competitor. And Samsung, unlike Apple, does think people know what they want.
The match would create the nation’s biggest airline and concentrate even further a once-fragmented industry.
Comments by a Syrian exile opposition leader were made to feed fears of a rebel government, a defense expert said.
Several journalists who write about Myanmar have received warnings from Google that their Gmail accounts may have been hacked by “state-sponsored attackers.”
A Hong Kong series has tapped into the tensions between the city's residents and mainland Chinese visitors, striking a nerve on both sides of the border and drawing the attention of Chinese censors.
The Financial Times is celebrating its 125th birthday Wednesday. While the print editions are fading, The F.T. has figured out how to make money from new outlets.
Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena, which has just been rescued by the state, engaged in a series of complex deals that had the effect of giving a misleading picture of its finances.