Recent Technology News
BERLIN - European Union regulators plan to investigate ecommerce to help remove barriers to cross-border trade in the 28-nation bloc, the EU's antitrust chief said, a move that may lead to action against companies which deliberately block online sales.
TOKYO - Japanese electronics supplier Panasonic Corp said it was ready to spend 1 trillion yen (5.62 billion pounds) on acquisitions over the next four years, emboldened by a stronger profit outlook for its automotive and housing technology businesses.
MUMBAI/NEW DELHI - India's top three mobile phone network operators have spent a combined $13.6 billion (9.1 billion pounds) in a government auction of airwaves to secure almost 80 percent of the spectrum on offer, reinforcing their positions in the world's second-biggest mobile market.
GENEVA - The United States is concerned about China's restrictions on the use of foreign information technology equipment by the banking sector, according to a filing published by the World Trade Organization on Thursday.
NEW YORK - Verizon Communications Inc may rely largely on advertising for revenue from its upcoming online video service, Chief Financial Officer Fran Shammo said in an interview.
- UBP set to buy RBS's Coutts International - source
- UK retail sales improve in February, boding well for economy
- G20 watchdog to study bond market liquidity, asset managers
- FTSE falls for third day as tech, travel stocks are hit
- London or Paris: which is the club for Russia's Ukraine debt?
- Bank of England to quiz fund managers over short-notice redemptions
- Aviva, Friends Life shareholders vote for merger
- Greece prepares reforms, eyes deal with euro zone next week
- ECB's Draghi says money printing already helping recovery
- Nomura, RBS 'crap' emails come into play in $1 billion mortgage bond trial