The 27 European Union countries disagreed on Wednesday over a proposal by the bloc's executive to cap future gas prices at 275 euros per megawatt-hour (MWh), a plan that has swiftly drawn criticism from both backers and opponents.
While a handful of member states have legislation limiting working hours in excessive heat, the thresholds vary and many nations have no nationwide heat limits.
The growth of the insurance industry in the U.S. particularly may have been closely related to inflationary pressures in 2021.
Tech firms are being warned by the British government to better police their sites or face legal penalties.
Boeing has developed a fix for a faulty autopilot system on the 737 MAX 8 believed responsible for a pair of crashes over the past five months.
One captain described the MAX 8 flight manual "inadequate and almost criminally insufficient".
Tesla CEO Elon Musk's Twitter account gets him into trouble once again with the SEC.
Patients and the pharmaceutical industry could soon feel the affects of EU plans to reduce patent protection period.
Phone manufacturers were compelled to pre-install the Google Search app and its own web browser.
Australian shoppers visiting the U.S. store Amazon.com will be redirected to the Australian version, Amazon.com.au, from July 1.
Russia and its oligarchs are not alone in their kleptomaniac, money-laundering endeavours.
The new law raises the threshold at which banks are deemed too big to fail, and dilutes their capital and planning requirements.
Open Banking or PSD2 will enable third parties outside the traditional banking world to access customer data
With budgets under pressure, investment banks and asset managers are now asking whether better surveillance controls are possible through more efficient means.
Cabinet committee meeting to decide the future of Brexit and the survival of the Government.
The tariffs imposed on imported steel are worrying many U.S. businesses, who say they cannot procure specific kinds of steel from domestic sources.
Hundreds of companies in the United States that use those metals are saying the tariffs are disrupting their business.
At present, global carmakers have to partner with state-owned companies and are forced to share technology with potential competitors.
Molly Scott Cato MEP, the Green spokesperson on tax justice in the European Parliament, refers to documents leaked to the Green group in Brussels.
Colombian star has been living in Spain with longtime partner the Barcelona footballer Gerard Piqué.
The EU's revamped Markets in Financial Instruments Directive on brokerage commissions brings with it a new system, reducing access to, and distribution of, company research.
Dr Desné Masie considers a possible common international approach to regulating Bitcoin aired by world leaders at Davos.
JP Morgan boss Jamie Dimon again warned that a bad Brexit deal may mean cutting 4,000 jobs from the firm's UK base.
Prime minister Theresa May said that cryptocurrency regulation in the UK is being "very seriously" looked at by authorities.
US Department of Justice had launched an investigation into the bank's foreign exchange business.
Liz Field, chief executive of investment management lobby group, tells IBTimes UK the British capital is where the "world's business happens."
Decision by New Delhi court paves way for take over of liquor baron Vijay Mallya's assets.
The prosecutor's office in southern Kaohsiung began its investigation after reports that South Korean authorities seized a ship for violating UN sanctions.
Washington rejected the deal in a fresh example of heightened US scrutiny of Chinese investment.
Its not just another banking regulation, but rather a strategy, which demands operational and infrastructure change.
European Competition Commissioner says all firms "big or small, multinational or not, should pay their fair share of tax".
Member nations have agreed to set quota limits.
Ofwat says decline in financing costs for water companies will be passed on to customers from the beginning of next decade.