LONDON (Reuters) – WPP said on Tuesday it was in talks with Ford Motor Company , a major client, about their future partnership after the carmaker said it was considering its internal and
By Sam Nussey and Makiko Yamazaki
(Reuters) – Alphabet Inc said on Tuesday users doing a Google search would now be able to filter results with a new “finance” tab, which works in the same way that its “images” or “news” tab does.
LONDON (Reuters) – Bank of England Governor Mark Carney said he was “mystified” by the row over the departure of London Stock Exchange Chief Executive Xavier Rolet given that a succession plan had
By Hugh Bronstein
By Danilo Masoni and Helen Reid
BERLIN (Reuters) – Germany needs a stable government as soon as possible in order to respond to proposals for reforming the European Union and to deal with an uncertain global environment, Chancellor
BUDAPEST (Reuters) – China’s yuan currency is stable and at an acceptable level despite volatility in global markets, Premier Li Keqiang said on Monday.
SHANGHAI (Reuters) – Beijing will hire permanent inspectors to provide oversight at every one of its kindergartens following child abuse allegations at a facility run by the New York-listed RYB