Meeting Greece's million unpaid workers
Burmese field where people seek their fortune
Samsung is looking to sell more smartphones to corporate and government clients, but to do so, the technology giant has to address problems with its mobile security platform.
Intuitive Surgical warned customers last month that instruments used in its surgical robots can momentarily stall during procedures.
Amnesty International urges North Korea to close two political prisoner camps, where it says torture is rampant and execution commonplace.
A student in the US state of Massachusetts who is accused of killing his maths teacher pleads not guilty to murder, rape and robbery.
Thailand marks the 86th birthday of King Bhumibol, who is due to address the nation later, amid a truce after days of violent protests.
The activist billionaire is softening his approach to getting at Apple's bulging cash pile, now seeking a shareholder vote for a more-modest share buyback than what he proposed earlier this year.
It's almost a year since the gang rape of a 23-year old Indian student on a bus in Delhi - an attack which caused outrage in the county.
AT&T and T-Mobile US are considering bids for a block of spectrum licenses held by Verizon Wireless, people familiar with the matter said.
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After legislating on the prices of electronics, toys and clothes, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro signs a decree controlling the prices of cars.
The government plans to bring forward the date when the state pension age is raised from 65 to 68, Chancellor George Osborne will announce later.
Ratings agency Moody's raises its outlook for Spain's economy from "negative" to "stable", saying that conditions are improving.
Gasoline prices are rising as the holiday season kicks off, as stronger demand in the U.S. and elsewhere takes a bite out of fuel supplies.
Radioactive medical material taken when a truck was stolen in Mexico has been found, but its condition remains unclear.
Six financial institutions were fined $2.32 billion by European Union regulators for colluding in an attempt to manipulate key benchmark interest rates, the EU's largest-ever penalty in a cartel case.
The ratings firm cited "evidence of a sustained rebalancing" in the country's economy that supports its view that public finances are slowly improving.
Norman Rockwell's "Saying Grace," a painting that adorned the cover of the Saturday Evening Post in 1951, sold for $46 million at Sotheby's in New York, setting a record for the American Art category.
Large swathes of the UK are braced for a storm, bringing with it gale-force winds, possible travel disruption and the risk of coastal flooding.