The crisis-hit country's biggest quoted company plans to list in London and establish a Swiss headquarters in search of a more stable environment.
Ilham Aliyev, the country's president, threatens 'strict measures' after an 'unexpected' decline in production at its ACG field in the Caspian Sea.
Low-interest loans offered to search engine advertisers.
ATSUGI, Japan-It is the car that baby boomers may remember as much for its compact chic as for its slogan ("Datsun, We Are Driven!").
Deanna Jump is not a trust fund baby.
Shanghai and Shenzhen stock exchanges launch roadshows.
I have a theory - one that I'm certain I've stolen - that it was Al Neuharth and not Tim Berners-Lee who invented the World Wide Web - with the creation of USA Today.
After unmanned drones, pilotless helicopters are taking to the sky to deliver supplies to troops.
France's president opposed to exploiting country's deposits.
India raised the price of heavily subsidised diesel on Thursday in a politically risky move to cut the budget deficit and fight the threat of being the first Brics economy to be downgraded to junk.
What would have been the largest class-action lawsuit in US history was set to go to trial this month.
The U.S. Treasury further reduced its stake in American International Group and said on Tuesday that the United States would now profit $15.1 billion from bailing out the insurer.
Sale to reduce government stake to minority holding.
Rail and road projects included in $158bn schemes.