SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Qualcomm Inc's earnings call on Wednesday showed just how far the company is willing to go to preserve one of its core business practices of taking a cut of the selling price of phones.
BEIJING (Reuters) - Ford Motor Co's Asia head said on Wednesday he hoped recent Chinese moves to relax ownership rules in the country's auto market would speed up regulatory approval for its electric vehicle joint venture with local firm Zotye Automobile
China’s central bank is embarking on a new easing cycle, and the nation’s bond market is suddenly on a tear. But in the past, China has had trouble easing without blowing big bubbles in more dubious assets than government bonds.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Asia stocks edged higher on Tuesday, tracking Wall Street gains as the focus shifted to corporate earnings and looming economic data from China amid signs Western-led strikes on Syria weren't likely to escalate.
SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Above average rains in key corn-growing regions should bring relief to Brazilian farmers, easing drought fears as the country's second corn crop develops through the end of April.
Pressure on places shows signs of easing in areas of England including London and BirminghamThousands of parents in England have been denied a place for their child at their first choice of primary school. Evidence suggests, however, that pressure on rece
Quantitative easing succeeded in staving off disaster but it was not enough to regenerate a fair economy. This could have been achieved by a redistributive, expansionary fiscal policy which ministers were ideologically resistant toWhen running for the Lab
PRIMARY schools are rejecting pupils who live more than 0.2 mile away – with the smallest catchment area just 305 FEET. Sixty primaries are turning down youngsters who live more than just 350m away as the desperate battle for school places shows no
Chinese president promises to lower import tariffs, easing fears of trade war 9.18am BST The Bank of England is not the only central bank to be considering reigning in the financial stimulus - low interest rates and quantitative easing - that have support
As Poles mark the eighth anniversary of a plane crash in Russia that killed President Lech Kaczynski and dozens of other top Polish officials, new monuments are going up and streets are being renamed to honor the victims of the national tragedy.