Microsoft is evaluating bid for Salesforce but it is not in talks with firm, and no deal is imminent, Bloomberg reports.
US Federal Trade Commission is probing if Apple is misusing its position as largest seller of music downloads through its iTunes store.
German airline reports adjusted loss before interest and tax of €167m, better than €240m loss reported last year.
Swiss banking major in talks with US Department of Justice to settle allegations.
Deal would create one of the biggest retail chains in India with more than 570 stores.
Pension fund's investment clashes with World Bank's stance to avoid investments in unethical and carbon-intensive industries.
Russia looks to pose stiff competition to West-dominated institutions such as IMF and World Bank.
Rising labour costs in South Korea are expected to change GM's global strategy.
Change comes a day after online retailer denied rumours of minimum spend increase.
Reserves boosted as overseas investors pour in large amounts of money in Indian debt and equities market.
Loretta Mester and John Williams, Federal Reserve heads of Cleveland and San Francisco, hint at rate increase.
Targets included high-ranking officials of French foreign ministry, Elysee Palace and European Commission.
Kim's visit to Moscow would have been his first trip abroad since assuming power in 2011.
Wine exports brought about €7.7bn to French economy during 2014.
Funding comes from Heavily Indebted Poor Country Initiative and Multilateral Debt Relief Initiative.
Official manufacturing purchasing managers' index, which measures performance of large industrial firms, remained at 50.1 in April.
Apple warned European Commission's investigation into tax deals with Ireland could have 'material' impact, if decision goes against it.
Sites will continue to operate as separate brands.
Bank has led $50m funding round with Chinese investment firm, IDG Capital Partners, for bitcoin payment technology firm Circle.
Microsoft, SAP and IBM reported to be among potential bidders.
CEO Mike Coupe was convicted over claims that in July 2014 he tried to seize cheques connected with the collapse of business it invested in 16 years ago.
Weakness in euro and lower oil prices are expected boost output in eurozone.
Following Twitter's weak first quarter results, shares closed down more than 18% on 28 April.
US retailer already operates more than 400 stores in China.
Strong demand for Samsung's new Galaxy S6 helped company, despite dip in total shipments and market share.
Spin-off could speed up exit of HSBC from UK amid move to shift headquarters.
Downing Street's warning to BP comes as Anglo-Dutch oil major Royal Dutch Shell reached deal to buy UK-based BG Group for $70bn.
Nepal eligible for assistance fromIMF's new Catastrophe Containment and Relief Trust.
Labour proposal to tax UK houses worth £2m would have severe economic costs, according to expert.
Super yacht that is 100-metre long with 25 knots top speed and 50 crew should cost about $275m on average.