Testimony from the beyond: Late Steve Jobs will be witness in Apple iPod trial
After nearly a decade in legal wrangling, a billion-dollar class-action lawsuit over Apple’s iPod music players heads to trial on Tuesday in a California...
Survey: 24 million people want an Apple watch
According to a survey by UBS, 10% of consumers said they were very likely to buy a smartwatch ahead of the Apple Watch launch in early 2015. UBS surveyed...
Survey: 10% of consumers want a smartwatch
According to a survey by UBS, 10% of consumers said they were very likely to buy a smartwatch ahead of the Apple Watch launch in early 2015. UBS surveyed...
China takes over Japan to become world’s second-largest stock market
China has taken over Japan to become home to the world’s second-largest stock market for the first time in three years.
Panic selling at Gulf stock markets on first day of trading since OPEC decision
Share prices in Gulf Arab states plunged Sunday on the first day of trading since OPEC decided to maintain oil output, sending crude prices to five-year...
'Offensive' promotion tweet deleted by Malaysia Airlines after social media uproar
Stricken Malaysia Airlines apologised on Saturday for a year-end promotion tweet that draw anger on twitter after it inadvertently drew parallels with...
European Parliament puts forward its plan to break up Google
The European parliament has demanded action that could lead to competition regulators attempting to break-up firms such as Google.
Tea tasting expert insures his buds for mouthwatering $1.6m
A professional tea taster has insured his tastebuds for $1.6m after five years of intensive training made him a “master blender”.
Ghomeshi reaches agreement, withdraws lawsuit against CBC
Scandal-plagued former radio host Jian Ghomeshi has reached an agreement with the CBC to withdraw his $55-million lawsuit against the public broadcaster,...
EU lawmakers to vote on Google break-up motion
This week the European Union is set to vote on a breakup of Google – saying the company is a monopoly.
Cacao chaos: The ruinous effect of Ebola on Sierra Leone’s chocolate dons
Farmers in eastern Sierra Leone who survived the Ebola outbreak must now survive what may be one of the worst cacao farming seasons since the civil war...
Against the grain: Influx of cheap Peruvian quinoa riles Bolivia’s organic growers
Bolivia and Peru, the two main producers of the Andean “superfood” quinoa, are locked in a bitter commercial feud.
Cheerio: London mayor won’t pay ‘outrageous’ U.S. tax
The mayor of London is probably regretting keeping his U.S. passport: He’s now being pursued by officials over an unpaid tax bill. Boris Johnson...
China’s shock interest rates cut boosts world markets
China announced new measures to stimulate economic growth on Friday, sending world stock markets higher.
Banking culture breeds dishonesty, scientific study finds
A team of Swiss economists tested the honesty of bank employees in a lab game that would pay off in cash if they cheated.
Feds say Takata refusing order for nationwide recall of bad air bags
The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) said Tuesday that they have called on automotive supplier Takata and several automakers...
Bob Marley’s name is now attached to a brand of pot
The Reggae icon is teaming with a US-based private equity to launch the first global cannabis brand, to be called Marley Natural.
Toyota unveils the world’s first zero-emissions mass market car
In what is being hailed as an industry milestone, Toyota will start selling the world’s first mass market fuel-cell car in Japan next month and elsewhere...
No smoke without fire? It’s possible with a new cigarette
Reynolds American Inc. is launching a cigarette that heats tobacco rather than burning it, hoping to capitalize on the growing appetite for alternatives...
Ford CEO: We’re making a ‘Tesla’ for the masses
Ford CEO Mark Fields told Yahoo Finance that Ford has the capability to create electric vehicles.
Japan falls into recesssion leading to fears of global economic slump
Japan’s economy has suddenly slipped into recession as a rise in sales tax leads to a decline in housing and business investment.
Landmark Hong Kong-Shanghai stock link officially opens
A landmark trading link between Hong Kong and Shanghai’s stock exchanges officially launched on Monday.
G-20 leaders agree on US$2 trillion boost to growth
Under pressure to jolt the lethargic world economy back to life, leaders of G-20 nations on Sunday finalized a plan to boost global GDP by more than $2...
Oil price set to fall further in 2015, IEA predicts
The slide of world oil prices isn’t over according to the International Energy Agency, which has predicted oil prices will fall further in 2015.
In the ‘Colder War’, energy is Putin’s greatest weapon
In his new book, “The Colder War”, Marin Katusa, chief energy strategist for Casey Research, examines Putin’s long-term strategy of returning...
Twitter stutter: Debt junk rating sees big drop in share price
Twitter’s debt has been given “junk” status by US ratings agency Standard & Poor’s.
Takata hit with U.S. criminal probe over exploding airbags
Takata confirmed on Friday that US justice authorities have opened a criminal investigation into the embattled Japanese autoparts firm over exploding airbags...
Big changes for Twitter; will new users follow?
Yahoo Finance senior columnist Michael Santoli says the company “answered a lot of investors’ outstanding questions” on Analyst Day.
Amazon buries the Hachette in dispute with publisher
One of publishing’s nastiest, most high-profile conflicts, the months-long standoff between and Hachette Book Group, is ending.
Oil at lowest price since 2010, dipping below $80 a barrel as China slows down
Brent crude oil fell to a four-year low below $80 a barrel on Thursday after Chinese data showed a further slowdown in activity in the world’s biggest...

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