World Cup soccer spectators will get to ride driverless buses to see France’s clash with Australia in Russia’s eastern city of Kazan on Saturday, part of a state-backed push into autonomous vehicles.
Asian stocks are set to rise Friday after their U.S. and European counterparts closed higher. The dollar hit an 11-month high and 10-year Treasury yields retreated.
Kering tapped an unknown designer who worked at luxury rival LVMH’s Celine to revamp the Italian handbag-maker Bottega Veneta.
The international debut of Italy’s new Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte has not been a smooth one.
U.S. proposals to smack tariffs on $50 billion of Chinese imports are just the start, economists and China-watchers said as they await an impending announcement.
European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker said he was labeled a “killer” by President Donald Trump at a tumultuous Group of Seven summit in Canada, signaling the increasing personal and policy strains between the U.S. and its closest allies.
Pro-European lawmakers in Prime Minister Theresa May’s party are calling for new talks to reach a compromise on her key Brexit law, in an effort to avoid a potentially damaging showdown next week.
Colonel Villamor Tuliao, an officer in the Philippines National Police, said growing numbers of Westerners watching Filipino children being abused online was now ‘a very serious problem’.
For European financial markets, it’s apparently all in the delivery.
President Donald Trump’s administration moved the U.S. to the brink of a trade war with China, announcing tariffs on $50 billion in Chinese imports that America’s biggest trading partner has vowed to retaliate against.