Boston, June 13 (Reuters) – The car is the next great proving ground for communications technology, General Motors Co Chief Executive Dan Akerson said on Thursday.
Commentary: The compromises needed to get reforms enacted.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Barack Obama is expected to nominate former Justice Department official James Comey as his next head of the FBI, a source said on Wednesday.
It looks like we’ve moved to talking about possible scandals just in time, because according to the Congressional Budget Office, the debt disaster that has obsessed the political class for the last three years is pretty much solved, at least … Continue reading
DUBLIN/ATHENS, April 13 (Reuters) – An inspection team of international lenders has finished its review of Greece’s austerity programme, paving the way for another 10 billion euros aid payment, a…
DUBLIN/ATHENS (Reuters) – An inspection team of international lenders has finished its review of Greece’s austerity program, paving the way for another 10 billion euros aid payment, a source with knowledge of the talks said on Saturday.
The funeral of former Prime Minister Baroness Thatcher will take place on Wednesday, 17 April, Downing Street announces.
ROME (Reuters) – Center-left leader Pier Luigi Bersani has failed in his attempt to find a way out of Italy’s intractable political crisis and President Giorgio Napolitano will now try to find another solution, the president’s palace said on Thursday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – For the second day running, the Supreme Court on Wednesday will confront the issue of gay marriage, hearing arguments on a U.S. law that denies federal benefits to legally married same-sex couples.
Freddie Mac has sued 15 big banks, including JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America and Citigroup, accusing them of rigging a key interest rate and causing huge losses for the government-controlled mortgage giant. The suit names the banks that set the … Continue reading