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  • Kerry Praises Tata Group for Creating Jobs in US

    Kerry Praises Tata Group for Creating Jobs in US

    As the largest India-headquartered multinational in North America, Tata group has 12 companies covering diverse operations.

  • Gold Little Changed Above $1,300 as Fed Policy Meet Awaited

    Gold Little Changed Above $1,300 as Fed Policy Meet Awaited

    Gold, seen as a safe-haven asset, has benefited from tensions between the West and Russia. US and European leaders agreed on Monday to impose wider sanctions on Russia's financial, defence and energy sectors.

  • US Judge Approves LA Clippers Sale to Ex Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer

    US Judge Approves LA Clippers Sale to Ex Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer

    Former Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling's attorney Max Blecher said after the ruling was read that he was "deeply disappointed." Sterling was barred from the National Basketball Association for life recently for making racist remarks.

  • Microsoft Says Government Officials Made Sudden Visits to China Offices

    Microsoft Says Government Officials Made Sudden Visits to China Offices

    Chinese government officials have made sudden visits to Microsoft Corp offices in China, a spokeswoman for the company said on Monday, but declined to give any reason for the inspections.

  • Consumer Spending, Inventories Seen Lifting US Second-quarter GDP

    Consumer Spending, Inventories Seen Lifting US Second-quarter GDP

    US economic growth likely rebounded in the second-quarter from a winter-induced slump at the start of the year and will probably continue to gather momentum through the rest of 2014.

  • US Companies Increasingly Fish for Growth Overseas

    US Companies Increasingly Fish for Growth Overseas

    Apple, Google, Facebook, and Netflix all mined foreign countries to produce earnings or revenue that exceeded analysts' projections in their latest quarters.

  • Wall Street Falls After Housing Data Disappoints

    Wall Street Falls After Housing Data Disappoints

    US stocks fell on Monday as weak data on the housing market and services sector were the latest indications of worsening economic conditions, taking the S&P 500 below a key support level.

  • US Demands Protection for Sri Lanka Journalists

    US Demands Protection for Sri Lanka Journalists

    The United States on Monday urged Sri Lanka to crack down on harassment of journalists and protect their rights after organisers of a US-funded media workshop for Tamils received death threats.

  • Five Things That Salman Khan's Kick Teaches Us

    Five Things That Salman Khan's Kick Teaches Us

    While Salman Khan is set to become the first Bollywood superstar with 7 films in the 100 crore plus club, the love and hate relationship with Khantastic movies continues. Here are the five things we can learn from Kick

  • US Ups Pressure on Israel as UN Demands Gaza Truce

    US Ups Pressure on Israel as UN Demands Gaza Truce

    The United Nations (UN) Security Council on Monday joined US President Barack Obama in calling for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza, after Israel and Hamas ignored calls for a truce despite mounting civilian casualties.

  • Memorial at Sea for US Pilot After Deadly Crash

    Memorial at Sea for US Pilot After Deadly Crash

    Nearly a hundred people have gathered on a ferry off the coast of American Samoa for a memorial service honoring the U.S. teenager who died and his father who is missing after their plane crashed during an attempt to circumnavigate the world.

  • No Burgers at Some China McDonald's Over Food Scare

    No Burgers at Some China McDonald's Over Food Scare

    McDonald's outlets in Beijing and Shanghai have yanked their flagship burgers off the menu after a key US supplier recalled products made by its Shanghai factory, which is alleged to have used expired meat.

  • What's Riding on This Week's India Visit by US Secretary of State John Kerry

    What's Riding on This Week's India Visit by US Secretary of State John Kerry

    US Secretary of State John Kerry visits India this week as Washington tries to revitalize ties it sees as a counterbalance to China's rising power, but rapid progress is unlikely.

  • Rupee Seen at 75-85 per Dollar in 10 Years: Morgan Stanley

    Rupee Seen at 75-85 per Dollar in 10 Years: Morgan Stanley

    The biggest pressure on the rupee might come from the Reserve Bank's monetary management. According to Morgan Stanley, the RBI will remain a buyer of dollars over the next few years to safeguard the rupee from external shocks such as a sudden spike i...

  • US Cleans up at Home but Sends Dirty Coal Abroad

    US Cleans up at Home but Sends Dirty Coal Abroad

    Energy companies have been sending more of America's unwanted energy leftovers to other parts of the world where they could create even more pollution.

  • US Diplomats' Return to Libya Could be More Hazardous Than Exit

    US Diplomats' Return to Libya Could be More Hazardous Than  Exit

    If evacuating U.S. embassy staff from Libya was perilous - three F-16 fighters and Marines in Osprey aircraft flew overhead a road convoy from Tripoli to Tunisia - sending them back in could be politically hazardous for President Barack Obama.

  • China Shares Lead Asia Higher, Dollar Buoyed

    China Shares Lead Asia Higher, Dollar Buoyed

    The euro struggled to break out from multi-month lows against the dollar and yen following another weak set of data that raised concerns about the eurozone.

  • Tokyo Stocks Open Down 0.2%

    Tokyo Stocks Open Down 0.2%

    Tokyo stocks closed more than one percent higher on Friday after a healthy US jobless claims report boosted the dollar against the yen, sending exporter shares higher.

  • Nine Hospitalized After US Lightning Strike

    Nine Hospitalized After US Lightning Strike

    Nine people, including a teenager, were taken to hospital Sunday following a lightning strike at bustling Venice Beach, the Los Angeles Fire Department said.

  • Venezuelan Ex-Intel Chief Wanted by US Freed in Aruba, Arrives Home

    Venezuelan Ex-Intel Chief Wanted by US Freed in Aruba, Arrives Home

    A Venezuelan ex-military intelligence chief arrested at the United States' request on drug trafficking charges by Aruba was freed from jail Sunday and returned home, authorities said.

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