LONDON, May 22 (Reuters) – Turkish sovereign dollar- and euro-denominated bonds will join a group of Barclays global indices on June 1, following Moody’s decision last week to award the country its…
(Corrects paragraph 12 to say the move requires no additional SoftBank funding, rather than Sprint funding)
Tesla Motors is on a remarkable run for a company that not long ago seemed to be sputtering. The luxury electric-car maker’s flagship sedan, the Model S, won Motor Trend’s 2013 car of the year honors, then earned a rare, … Continue reading
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A few dozen words rushed into law days after the September 11, 2001, attacks have been used to justify U.S. counterterrorism efforts from the war in Afghanistan to warrantless wiretapping and drone strikes, all on orders of … Continue reading
LONDON (Reuters) – In the United States, two Chechen immigrants are accused of the Boston Marathon bombings. In Canada, a doctoral student at a Montreal university is one of two non-citizens accused this week of plotting to derail a passenger … Continue reading
GENEVA/BEIJING (Reuters) – The World Health Organization said on Wednesday that a number of people who have tested positive for a new strain of bird flu in China have had no history of contact with poultry, adding to the mystery … Continue reading
AUSTIN, Texas (Reuters) – The Texas House of Representatives passed a two-year budget proposal on Thursday that would increase state spending by about 7 percent and restore some of the funding that was cut from public education in 2011.
HONG KONG, March 19 (Reuters) – Hong Kong shares could start modestly higher on Tuesday, recouping some of the previous day’s losses although investors remain wary over a parliamentary vote on a…
(Reuters) – Herbalife Ltd said on Friday it was recalling some of its Nutritional Shake Mix because although the label said it was dairy free it may contain “trace amounts” of milk proteins.
Several Republican governors have embraced a key pillar of President Obama’s health-care law and agreed to a major expansion of Medicaid, representing a significant retreat from their party’s earlier, widespread opposition. Read full article >>