Maserati recalls 692 cars in China24/5/2013 14:05
Maserati, which is part of Italian car maker Fiat, will recall 692 cars in China due to a defect that could increase the risk of a crash, the Chinese quality watchdog said on Friday.
IMF chief grilled for 2nd day over 2007 payout scandal24/5/2013 11:21
French prosecutors began questioning IMF chief Christine Lagarde for a second day on Friday to decide if she should be charged over a state payout to a disgraced tycoon during her time as finance minister.
Household spending saves Germany from recession: data24/5/2013 8:20
An increase in spending by consumers and households offset sagging exports and falling investment in Germany in the first quarter, allowing Europe's biggest economy to narrowly avoid recession, official data showed on Friday.
Amazon expands Kindle tablet sale to 170 countries24/5/2013 7:11
Online retail titan Amazon announced on Thursday it is expanding sales of its Kindle tablet computers to "over 170 countries and territories around the world," and its Appstore in nearly 200 countries.
Draghi says euro zone more stable23/5/2013 23:39
The euro zone is more stable than a year ago but economic conditions remain challenging and governments must push on with reforms and banking union plans, European Central Bank President Mario Draghi said.
UK regulator fines JPMorgan 3 million pounds23/5/2013 14:20
Britain's Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) said it has fined a wealth management unit of U.S. bank JPMorgan Chase 3.08 million pounds ($4.6 million) for being unable to show it was giving clients the right advice.
Porsche-designed BlackBerry comes in very limited edition23/5/2013 12:28
Just 25 examples of the gold-plated, leather-bound P’9981 Gold smartphone will ever be created, and each one carries a solid gold plaque on its rear, engraved with its serial number and its all-important 2AA prefix code.