A U.S. banking regulator on Tuesday proposed easing a rule requiring banks to set aside cash to safeguard derivatives trades between affiliates, marking one of the biggest wins for Wall Street lenders under the business-friendly Trump administration.
Oil prices cooled on Wednesday as Saudi Arabia said the kingdom had fully restored its oil supply following attacks on its crude facilities although caution ahead of an expected U.S. interest rate cut kept wider financial markets in tight ranges.
The United States believes the attacks that crippled Saudi Arabian oil facilities last weekend originated in southwestern Iran, a U.S. official told Reuters on Tuesday, an assessment that further increases tension in the Middle East.
A senior U.S. official on Tuesday called for a U.N. Security Council response to the attacks on Saudi oil facilities that the United States blames on Iran, but it was unclear what action he sought or whether Washington might secure Russian cooperation.
China, Japan and South Korea have set ambitious targets to put millions of hydrogen-powered vehicles on their roads by the end of the next decade at a cost of billions of dollars.
Buses may not be the most glamorous mode of transport but at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic games, they will represent Toyota Motor Corp's best bet for wider acceptance of hydrogen power - technology so far eclipsed by electric vehicles.
Federal Aviation Administration chief Steve Dickson has invited about 50 aviation safety regulators from around the world to an informal briefing in Montreal next week on the status of the grounded Boeing 737 MAX, according to an email seen by Reuters.
The U.S. House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee formally asked Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg on Tuesday to testify on the now grounded 737 MAX that has been involved in two deadly crashes since October 2018 that killed 346 people.
Shampoo tycoon: 'Don't try to solve all the technical problems. Leave the details to the experts.'
Adobe Inc on Tuesday gave a tepid current-quarter revenue forecast and said that bookings in its newly acquired marketing software unit were growing slower than expected, sending shares nearly 3% in after-market trading.
More than 100 fully autonomous cleaning robots are coming to Singapore this year, made by local manufacturer Lionsbot. Ella's job is cleaning the floors at the National Gallery.
The Federal Reserve, the US central bank, is expected to cut its main interest rates on Wednesday.
TripAdvisor says it is winning the fight against fake reviews using fraud detection technology.
Consumer group Which? urges the chancellor to act over the loss of free ATMs in poor communities.
Saudi Arabia will restore its lost oil production by the end of September and has managed to recover supplies to customers to the levels they were at prior to weekend attacks on its facilities by drawing from its huge oil inventories.
A Saudi Defense Ministry spokesman will hold a press conference on Wednesday to provide information about last week's attack on Aramco, state TV said early on Wednesday.
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Tuesday his administration could seal a deal on trade with China before the U.S. presidential election, or an agreement could be reached the day after U.S. voters go to the polls.
The country's energy minister says output will return to normal later this month after drone attacks.
The industry trade body says providing this information should now be standard practice.
The London airport will regularly scan passengers' faces at departure gates from 2022.
Smart meters were supposed to make our lives easier. and cheaper, but their introduction has been controversial.
Developer Sirius Minerals has to cancel plans to issue a £403m bond to finance the project.
Ofcom's report highlights how much work must be done to provide full fibre access to all by 2025.
Amid ongoing protests the government contacted eight PR firms, but all of them turned down the job.
Ajit Pai said the companies had won his support by making what he called “significant commitments” to expand rural broadband service, build a robust 5G network and sell off Boost Mobile.
The move could hamstring the Chinese tech giant if it prevents the firm’s customers from getting the latest versions of services such as Maps and Gmail.
Thousands of immigrants who were chasing the dream of owning a New York taxi were trapped in reckless loans by bankers who made huge profits, The Times found.
The government profited and looked away as thousands of immigrant taxi drivers in New York were ravaged by exploitative loans.
When it comes to disinformation, all signs suggest the 2020 presidential campaign will make 2016 look like a mere test run, our columnist writes.
Google, Qualcomm and Broadcom are among the companies that have reportedly frozen their supply of components and software to Huawei.
Anti-money-laundering specialists proposed filing “suspicious activity reports” about transactions connected to President Trump and Jared Kushner. Bank managers said no.
The family of the singing star, who died seven years ago, has reached a deal with the marketing company behind the posthumous resurgence of Bob Marley.
Shareholders are voting on whether to push the tech giant to examine the human rights and financial risks of the surveillance technology.
But the strong figure masks lingering weakness, giving Prime Minister Shinzo Abe a mixed bag as he tries to strike a trade deal with the U.S.
Tourists who visit Elba, off the coast of Tuscany, get one night back for every day during which it rains for more than two hours at a time.
A woman assaulted by a tour guide says the company’s policies discourage reporting and keep travelers from finding out the truth.