Amazon.com Inc. has started booking revenue from retail sales in individual European countries, instead of funneling all sales through low-tax Luxembourg, amid intense scrutiny of corporate tax practices in Europe.
General Motors is facing a criminal prosecution and may have to pay a record fine to resolve charges related to its faulty ignition switches.
TOKYO—Japan fell back into a trade deficit in April, although the result was much better than forecast, as a jump in exports to the U.S.
The PennySaver, an advertising newsletter that was a fixture in Southern California mailboxes for 50 years, is going out of business.
Out of 400 MW of rooftop installations, the residential sector makes up only a quarter while the rest is at commercial buildings. By: Sumit Jha | New Delhi | May 25, 2015 12:53 am.