In Britain, iPhone owners accounted for 30.8% of all smartphone users in 2014, up from 27.8% in 2013, according to eMarketer.
Sony is expected to benefit from reduced costs and higher sales of display sensors and Playstation 4 gaming consoles.
Settlement amount is meagre as compared to actual costs and losses, according to motion filed by banks.
Document prepared by senior officials for EU Digital Commissioner Günther Oettinger talks about 'EU-wide body' with increased power.
Microsoft reports revenues of $21.73bn for third quarter, up 6% from same quarter in 2014.
Company reported revenues of $17.3bn for first quarter, up 12% from previous year.
Sainsbury's will remove 'department and deputy managers' from some stores and replace its night shift with early morning and evening shifts.
Regulators in China's Jiangsu province accused company of forcing local dealers into fixing prices on luxury cars and some spare parts.
Facebook's monthly active users were 1.44 billion as of 31 March, representing an increase of 13% year-on-year.
HSBC flash China manufacturing PMI fell to 49.2 in April compared to 49.6 in March.
The bank had incorrectly reported more than 35 million transactions and failed to report around 121,387 transactions over seven years.
Intensifying competition, Google's service would allow customers to pay only for amount of data they actually use each month.
Japan set to open first nuclear plant after Fukushima disaster as court rules in favour of Sendai power station
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe looks to restart nuclear reactors to address Japan's rising energy needs, despite protests from activists.
New contract has time-frame of three years, running until May 2019.
Britain said it would revoke Fridman's licences if sale is not completed on time.
Baoding Tianwei Baobian Electric failed to make interest payment on bond.
Murdoch is expected to takeover full responsibility as chief operating offer from president Chase Carey by end 2015.
Nomad has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Iglo Foods from company backed by Permira funds.
GE is planning to exit bulk of its financial businesses over next few years.
China's President Xi Jinping who has arrived in Pakistan is expected to announce deal.
EY Item Club report also predicts 3.0% GDP growth in 2016, up from 2.9% estimated previously.
Settlement is expected to include some cash from Morgan Stanley as well as chunk of consumer relief.
Company will supply engines and related service for 50 A380 planes for Dubai's Emirates airline.
Draft of reforms hints that over-the-top services could be brought under same regulatory regime of traditional operators.
Samsung's market share has improved to 27.8% in first quarter from 24.7% in fourth quarter of 2014.
Drivers in Istanbul and Mexico City faced with 30 minute journey in free-flowing traffic, lose no fewer than 110 hours to gridlock every year.
Ola completed its latest funding round, generating $400m from investors led by DST Global.
Geely plans to build small crossover utility vehicle using common platform jointly developed with Volvo.
Japan had $1.224tn of US debt at end of February, while China's debt holding was $1.223tn.
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said he would retrospectively tax foreign institutional investors on capital gains made in previous years.