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"A few people within Nissan decided to get rid of my husband, that that was the easiest way not to do the merger," Carole Ghosn tells CNBC.
Anyone who wants to understand the new, global assertiveness from Beijing would be well served to look at China's economic transformation since 1989.
Wall Street will be seeking to right the ship following the long holiday weekend.
European stocks faded Tuesday afternoon, as broad uncertainties over trade and economic growth soured investor sentiment.
Investors were largely focused on results of the EU parliamentary elections.
Pro-EU parties are set to hold onto two-thirds of the seats at the EU Parliament.
Exit polls showed National Rally, a re-branding of Le Pen's National Front, beating Macron's party by just one seat.
Political experts believe the vote could give more insight into national politics in each member state, rather than on the future of the EU itself.
"Right now we are in some sort of cyber Cold War, and deterrence is the only response," says former world chess champion Garry Kasparov.
The latest crisis in the uneasy French-German relationship was accelerated by Trump's decision to stop Germany's comfortable and decades-old free-riding on trade and security issues, writes Michael Ivanovitch.
The iconic athlete is making a play in the crowded and competitive electric mobility sector.
Smartphone owners in the U.S. waited an average of 24.7 months before upgrading their devices, according to data from Kantar Worldpanel.
"There is no overt protectionism" with regard to any large global technology company, French President Emmanuel Macron said Thursday.
New Zealand's and France's leaders unveiled plans to rein in tech companies over the unfettered sharing of toxic content online.
Euro-skeptics will get no mandate in forthcoming parliamentary elections to eviscerate the European Commission and deconstruct the European project of economic and political union, writes Michael Ivanovitch.
A range of innovations are being used to forecast solar energy.