Olympic athletes have heart problems, too
1/20/2017 3:05:00 PM (GMT+7)
Some Olympic athletes could be at risk while training and competing
because of heart defects or dysfunction that they may not even know
Uber to pay $20 million to settle U.S. claims it misled drivers
1/20/2017 11:35:00 AM (GMT+7)
Ride-hailing company Uber Technologies Inc has agreed to pay $20 million
to settle claims by the U.S. government that it exaggerated prospective
earnings in seeking to recruit drivers and downplayed the costs of
buying or leasing a car,
Asian stocks, dollar slip as Trump caution outweighs China GDP
1/20/2017 11:17:03 AM (GMT+7)
Caution prevailed in financial markets ahead of U.S.
President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration, even as China's
fourth-quarter economic growth beat expectations and Federal Reserve
Chair Janet Yellen took a less hawkish policy stance.
Fed's Yellen says unwise to allow U.S. economy to run 'hot'
1/20/2017 10:00:00 AM (GMT+7)
With monetary policy still modestly accommodative, the U.S. central bank
should continue to raise interest rates slowly or risk harm to the
recovery the Fed has sought to nurture, Federal Reserve Chair Janet
Yellen said on Thursday.
Paul McCartney sues Sony/ATV for Beatles music rights
1/19/2017 2:30:00 PM (GMT+7)
Former Beatle Paul McCartney sued Sony Corp's (6758.T) music publishing
arm on Wednesday in a federal court in New York, seeking to get back the
copyrights to music of his former band, court records show.
Indian government wants Apple, but not all officials are biting
1/19/2017 11:00:00 AM (GMT+7)
Some Indian officials have baulked at Apple's demands for
concessions before it assembles iPhones there, raising doubts about a
spring deadline to launch a key project in Prime Minister Narendra
Modi's campaign to lure foreign investors.