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Fortune Magazine predicts that 2015 will see email begin to slide into obsolescence.
European new car sales rose 6.2 percent in October from year-ago levels as volume and premium leaders saw stronger demand in key markets.
South Korea is on track to spend more on vehicle imports from Europe this year than it earns from exports the other way for the first time in 24 years.
High underemployment and low labor participation rates point to a skills gap - and for students weighing college, an opportunity.
Businesses are complaining about Beijing's use of non-tariff barriers from customs clearance to quality restrictions to curb raw material imports.
Fears that Russia's economic downturn will ravage European multinationals may have been overstated in some cases, with companies that sell beer and soap defying expectations.
Johnson & Johnson is partnering with Plug and Play's Internet of Things Accelerator, joining Bosch and State Farm in the start-up hunt.
European stocks ended the day higher on Thursday, as traders digested Wednesday's policy moves from the U.S. Federal Reserve.
After a six-year slump, car sales in Europe are on the up, and earnings from Renault and Volkswagen have helped boost the outlook for the sector.
The sale of 10 percent of Ferrari may be the ultimate auction for fans of the supercar. A look at the billionaires who might be ready to grab a piece of the action.
With gas prices down, analysts say it will be even more difficult to persuade buyers to opt for vehicles that plug in rather than tank up.
Automakers are in focus this week as the Paris Motor Show kicks into gear on Saturday.
These companies are taking unusual steps to help the planet.
Thousands of tiny shops in India's biggest auto components market do brisk business selling car parts for about a third of the official price.
NDRC's direction of investigations has drawn heavy criticism from foreign officials and the overseas business community.
He warned that a recent spate of antitrust investigations against foreign companies could have serious implications for relations, the WSJ reported.
Luca Cordero di Montezemolo will step down as chairman of Ferrari, and will be replaced by Sergio Marchionne, who also serves as CEO of Fiat.
Foreign companies in China appear to be pushing back against increased scrutiny from Chinese government anti-trust enforcers. The New York Times reports.
European shares slipped to close marginally lower, as investors monitored events in eastern Ukraine and reacted to economic data from the region.
German car parts suppliers have been told they can no longer manage their Chinese units independently but need to form partnerships with local peers.