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  • Europe ends higher after BoJ decision Friday, 29 Jan 2016 | 11:30 AM ET
    Oil barrels over supply

    European equities closed higher on Friday after the Bank of Japan surprised global markets by adopting negative interest rates for the first time.

  • Dec 18- U.S. companies' borrowing to spend on capital investment fell 12 percent in November, trade association Equipment Leasing and Finance Association said. Credit approvals totaled 79 percent in November, down slightly from 80.1 percent in October, said ELFA, a Washington- based trade association that reports economic activity for the $1 trillion...

  • Hiroaki Nakanishi, chairman and chief executive officer of Hitachi.

    Known as the man who reversed the fortunes of Hitachi, Hiroaki Nakanishi is now preparing the Japanese conglomerate for its next challenge.

  • An employee walks between lines of oil barrels at a Royal Dutch Shell Plc plant.

    European equities finished sharply lower on Thursday, as oil prices and a fall in Rolls-Royce shares dented investor sentiment.

  • How has China's slowdown affected Siemens? Thursday, 12 Nov 2015 | 1:30 AM ET
    How has China's slowdown affected Siemens?

    Joe Kaeser, CEO of SIemens, says he still sees opportunities for the company to grow in China, albeit at a slower rate than in the past.

  • Siemens CEO on start-up mentality Thursday, 12 Nov 2015 | 1:30 AM ET
    Siemens CEO on health care business

    Joe Kaeser, CEO of Siemens, says macro trends and demographics are supportive of his company's health care business, and is pleased by comments that he often sounds more like the head of a start-up.

  • SAN FRANCISCO, Nov 6- The U.S. National Security Agency, seeking to rebut accusations that it hoards information about vulnerabilities in computer software, thereby leaving U.S. companies open to cyber attacks, said last week that it tells U.S. technology firms about the most serious flaws it finds more than 90 percent of the time. Before its discovery in 2010,...

  • SAN FRANCISCO, Nov 6- The U.S. National Security Agency, seeking to rebut accusations that it hoards information about vulnerabilities in computer software, thereby leaving U.S. companies open to cyber attacks, said last week that it tells U.S. technology firms about the most serious flaws it finds more than 90 percent of the time. Before its discovery in 2010,...

  • GE vs Alstom for massive Indian rail contracts Wednesday, 28 Oct 2015 | 10:37 PM ET

    A division of General Electric and Alstom, the French engineering company, are frontrunners to supply locomotives, the FT reports.

  • Oct 22- U.S. companies' borrowing to spend on capital investment fell in September, the Equipment Leasing and Finance Association said. Credit approvals totaled 80.5 percent in September, up from 79.3 percent in August, said ELFA, a Washington- based trade association that reports economic activity for the $903 billion equipment finance sector.

  • Dyson accuses German vacuum cleaners of cheating tests Wednesday, 21 Oct 2015 | 8:33 AM ET
    Sir James Dyson, holding robot vacuum cleaner, Dyson 360 Eye.

    British vacuum brand, Dyson has begun legal action against German rivals Bosch & Siemens, claiming they've misled customers on their product testing.

  • This sector needs a jump-start from the tech world Wednesday, 14 Oct 2015 | 7:00 AM ET
    Virtual Reality

    Tech is spurring an evolution in all of the industries it touches, but one sector still seems to be upgrading at a snail's pace: health care.

  • Qatar sovereign fund suffers $12B loss as VW slumps Monday, 28 Sep 2015 | 11:44 PM ET

    Qatar Investment Authority is likely to be nursing losses on eight of its top 10 holdings including Glencore, the FT reports.

  • Solving refugee crisis key to Europe recovery: Siemens Monday, 21 Sep 2015 | 11:23 PM ET
    Joe Kaeser, President & CEO of Siemens

    Fixing Europe's migrant crisis is crucial to the region's exit from its economic downturn, according to one of the continent's largest companies.

  • Why Siemens is keeping the faith in China Monday, 21 Sep 2015 | 11:22 PM ET
    Why Siemens is keeping the faith in China

    Joe Kaeser, CEO of Siemens, outlines the key area that China needs to focus in its reform agenda. He later discusses the company's investments in India.

  • *CRRC, no. 1 global train maker, in XpressWest project. BEIJING, Sept 17- A unit of China's CRRC Corp, the world's biggest train maker by revenue, on Thursday joined a group of its domestic peers in agreeing a deal to help build a high-speed link from Las Vegas to Los Angeles, underlining the rail giant's lofty overseas ambitions. CRRC, formed from a state-driven merger of...

  • BEIJING, Sept 17- A unit of China's CRRC Corp, the world's biggest train maker by revenue, on Thursday agreed a deal to help build a planned high-speed link from Las Vegas to Los Angeles, underlining the rail giant's lofty overseas ambitions. CRRC, formed from a state-driven merger of China's two largest train makers, is among a large group of the country's rail firms...

  • Tough road ahead for HAL buyout Friday, 11 Sep 2015 | 8:00 AM ET
    Tough road ahead for HAL buyout

    The DOJ complicates Halliburton's buyout of peer oilfield services company Baker Hughes.

  • Modi: China's pain can be India's gain Tuesday, 8 Sep 2015 | 8:15 PM ET
    Locals play cricket in Kolkata, India.

    Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has assured a group of billionaires that India could withstand global turbulence and China's economic slowdown.

  • RIO DE JANEIRO/ NEW YORK, Aug 18- Brazil's Petrobras may need to pay record penalties of $1.6 billion or more to settle U.S. criminal and civil probes into its role in a corruption scandal, a person recently briefed by the company's legal advisors told Reuters. State-run Petroleo Brasileiro SA, as the company is formally known, expects to face the largest penalties...