Advertisement

  • News
  • Columns
  • Interviews
  • BW Communities
  • Events
  • BW TV
  • Subscribe to Print

Business News

Global COVID-19 Tally Tops 6.2 Million, Death Toll Surpasses 379,000: WHO

The global case tally stands at 6,287,771, and the death toll has reached 379,941.

Read More

PM Modi To Hold Virtual Summit With Australian PM Scott Morrison Today

The focus would be on the positive trajectory in bilateral relations during discussions between the two Prime Ministers

Read More

Global Markets: Asian Shares Hit Two-Month High As Economic Optimism Spreads

MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose 0.4%, earlier touching the highest since March 9.

Read More

India To Bring Specific Proposals To Military Talks With China On June 6: Report

It is not immediately known what will be the proposals that the Indian military will take to the negotiating table but it is understood that it will insist on return to status quo in all the areas.

Read More

Sanofi To Run Consultations Over Restart Of Hydroxychloroquine Trials

"We will review available information and run consultations in the coming days to reassess our position," a spokesman with Sanofi said.

Read More

Axa Faces 1,700 Ambiguous Restaurant Contracts Over Pandemic Payouts

The company suffered a setback last month when a Paris court ruled that it should pay a restaurant owner two months of revenue losses caused by the virus pandemic and ensuring lockdowns.

Read More

Airbus Jobs On Wire As Underlying Output Falls 40%

Estimated labour force of 35,000 people involved in production, and associated engineers and support, at Airbus would fall by the equivalent of some 14,000 full-time posts with the 40% underlying reduction

Read More

Fiat To Test Automatic Switch To Electric Mode For Its Hybrid Cars In Turin

An electric version of the Fiat 500 small car and plug-in hybrid versions of Jeep's Renegade and Compass models are due to hit the market this summer.

Read More

Nissan Warns UK Plant 'Unsustainable' Without EU Trade Deal

Japanese company's global chief operating head, told the BBC its commitment to the car plant, the United Kingdom's largest, could not be maintained if there was no tariff-free access to the bloc.

Read More

EU Resumes Hyundai, Daewoo Deal Probe, Sets September 3 Deadline

Hyundai and Daewoo, which make large container ships and carriers of oil, liquefied natural gas and liquefied petroleum gas, are under pressure to offer concessions to address such regulatory concerns.

Read More