Asian markets were mixed on Friday, as Japanese shares edged lower following a soft reading on inflation, while Chinese stocks were a touch higher as the market moderated at the end of a wild week of trading in Shanghai.
TOKYO - When Japanese regulators accused the local retail unit of Citigroup Inc. C, +0.22% of improper lending practices in 2004 and ordered its private banking operations shut down, Charles Prince , then Citi's chief executive, bowed deeply before ...
MOSCOW: When Olga Savelyeva took out a $226,000 mortgage to buy a small apartment on the outskirts of Moscow in 2008, she could never have imagined that the ruble would lose more than half its value in a few short years.
The days when you could hail a regular taxi via Uber for free are now over: The company quietly introduced a new $2 "booking fee" for UberT yesterday.
DUBAI: Saudi Arabia will lift state spending to a record in its 2015 budget while covering a deficit with its huge fiscal reserves, the government said, providing the first detailed look at how the world's top oil exporter aims to handle an era of cheap oil.