NEW YORK (Reuters) – For modern, harried lifestyles focused on getting and spending, fitness experts say tai chi, the ancient Chinese slow-moving exercise, can be an ideal way for anyone to stay fit.
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – Pressuring welfare recipients to get a job or face losing their benefits may put them at a slightly increased risk of dying over the long term, according to new research.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Barack Obama is directing federal agencies to look for ways to eventually share more of their radio airwaves with the private sector as the growing use of smartphones and tablets ratchets up the demand for spectrum, … Continue reading
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – The proportion of middle-aged American men being treated for low testosterone more than tripled over the last decade, a new study suggests.
JERUSALEM, June 2 (Reuters) – Nochi Dankner, the chairman of debt-laden Israeli conglomerate IDB Holding, has made a new debt restructuring offer, IDB said on Sunday, in an attempt to appease…
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The new chief of the Internal Revenue Service conceded on Friday there was “inappropriate” spending on a 2010 agency conference, a subject set to be the focus of one of three U.S. congressional hearings next week at … Continue reading
PARIS (Reuters) – Shares in Club Mediterranee , which its top two shareholders want to buy, extended their gains above the proposed bid price on Wednesday amid signs some investors in the French…
HONG KONG (Reuters) – Shares in Chinese personal computer maker Lenovo Group Ltd jumped more than 4 percent after it reported a forecast-beating 90 percent rise in quarterly profit, its fastest in…
BEIRUT (Reuters) – Heavy fighting raged around the strategic Syrian border town of Qusair and the capital Damascus on Monday and further reports surfaced of chemical weapons attacks by President Bashar al-Assad’s forces on rebel areas.
MUMBAI (Reuters) – As Ratan Tata strode the halls of the Geneva Motor Show in March, joking with journalists and chatting with auto industry leaders, his successor at the helm of India’s biggest business group stood silently on the sidelines.