India's non-performing asset problem has been overblown, says Keki Mistry, chief executive and vice chairman of bank and finance company HDFC. » Read More
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Victims of online fraud who have failed to protect themselves should not be compensated by banks, U.K.’s most senior police officer has said.
Leading tennis player, Novak Djokovic has come out saying he’s for equality in the sport, after a fierce debate over equal pay was sparked this week.
Scotland will today stop generating electricity from coal for the first time in more than 100 years.
Ride-hailing apps Grab and Uber must partner with a transport business if they want to continue to operate in Southeast Asia's largest economy.
The man tasked with bringing in the money for Manchester United remains very confident about the prospects of the soccer club over the long term.
Activist hedge fund Starboard Value wants to remove the entire board of troubled web portal Yahoo, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Yum Brands is in talks with KKR and Hopu Investments, among others, over the sale of a minority stake in its China operations, two sources said.
Singapore's small and medium-sized enterprises are taking a hit from China's slowdown and many are hoping for help from the government's 2016 budget.
Bank of Montreal will roll out what it claims is the first credit card program that will allow users to complete payments with a "selfie".
Forget Cuban cigars and rum. Boosting the island's emerging tech sector is the real opportunity for growth, say two Cuba experts.
CNBC talks to Former president of Mexico, Felipe Calderon to discuss what he’s learnt when he was in power and what other countries can learn.
There is one element in Nike's quarterly report that has CNBC's Jim Cramer concerned.
Luxury fashion designer, Giorgio Armani, has taken a stand against animal cruelty by pledging to end its relationship with fur.
Credit Suisse Group is stepping up cost cuts including eliminating 2,000 jobs at its Global Markets business.
The attacks in Brussels will drive terrorism to the top of the campaign agenda and could give a boost to Donald Trump, Politico's Ben White says.
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