Nicki Minaj was offended by New York Times questions but still happy to be on prestigious front cover.
LSE will receive $1bn in cash for the asset management business and the remaining will be paid in four instalments,
Sony has 'no plans to withdraw' from the smartphone business but is all set to consider other options in 2016.
The child, who has not been named, was killed in south-west China's Chongqing municipality
Taylor Swift is not able to spend quality time with Calvin Harris.
Singer, 25, is now the most-followed person on the photo-sharing app
Republic of Ireland keep their hopes alive with victory over Germany on a solemn night for Scotland.
BlackBerry is working on new video ad format in the feed.
The Tory MP asked the PRA ensure that the new banking surcharge will not hurt competition in the industry.
The Indian government has reacted strongly calling for strict action against the accused.
Vote Leave campaign has won the backing of three of the country's largest political donors.
Arsenal face a make or break game against Bayern Munich in the Champions League following consecutive losses.
Apple iPhone 6s and 6s Plus will hit Middle East and some South Asian countries in the next few days.
The USGC's programme filters out tweets with more than seven words and tweets containing links.
Moscow intends to reach out to the Free Syrian Army to avoid escalating the conflict in war-torn Syria.