Articles by Geetha Pillai
Semiconductor industry and transport component manufacturers are major growth drivers on back of weakening yen.
In the UK, the fault affects only left-hand drive, non-European vehicles.
German economy is expected to rebound in 2013 boosted by a stable labour market and modest inflation.
Bank faces £500m fine to settle with US and UK regulators over Libor-rigging scandal.
The UK housing market is expected to pick up in 2013 despite slow start, says Hometrack survey.
G4S will be working alongside French consortium partners Thales and Onet for the project.
Arcelor Mittal cites low European demand for steel as the reason for the closure of Belgium facilities.
EasyJet expects to reduce its first-half loss to between £50m and £75m.
WH Smith says margin growth and cost cutting help to underpin profits.
Youth unemployment stands at 12.6% with 74 million people in the age group of 15 -24 remain unemployed.
North America marks most improvement in confidence followed by Europe and Asia.
City Finance sector professionals are less hopeful of any remuneration hike in 2013 though the industry is worried over staff shortages.
The transcripts were released after a standard 5-year delay
Job cuts announced by major banks dampen demands for premium cabins in Cathay Pacific.
China dismisses criticisms over its December export data citing actual customs declarations.
China remains to be the biggest market for Jaguar Land Rover with 80 percent sales growth in 2012.
Millions of motorists may be driving with out-of-date photos on licences.
Spain's GDP shrinks 0.3 percent in the third quarter followed by a 0.4 percent contraction in the second quarter.
Tim Cook meets China Mobile Chairman Xi Guohua to discuss "matters of cooperation".
Morgan Stanley plans to cut some of the highly paid jobs in the level of managing directors and executive directors.