Despite the strong showing of Apple in its Q4 performance, shares traded lower by more than 3% immediately following the report. The reason was investors’ fears over a drop in iPhone sales during the third quarter fuelled by lower demand in China.
Latin America is an attractive market for e-commerce giants like Amazon with a populace eager to enter the online shopping revolution.
The Anglo-Dutch company is set out to satisfy disgruntled investors by raising its dividend amid larger-than-expected Shell revenue.
The tiny Caribbean island nation has officially launched the world’s first central bank digital currency, called the Sand Dollar.
LVMH has done it! The French luxury group behind brands such as Louis Vuitton and Christian Dior announced on Oct. 29 it would pay $131.50 a share for the U.S. jeweler.
Germany’s Mercedes-Benz plans to raise its stake in the premier UK car brand of Aston Martin Lagonda to help infuse some much-needed recovery in the brand.
Fiat recently announced the arrival of the new 500, the 100% electric car for the market. The city car will reach dealers in early 2021.
Exxon Mobil of the US and JERA of Japan have come together to build an LNG power plant in Vietnam.
Tesla’s third-quarter earnings showed better than expected results at a revenue of nearly $8.8 billion and net income of $331 million. The shares have so far gone up by 405%.
Prime Minister Suga’s commitment to zero emissions, carbon neutral society is a big shift in Tokyo’s climate change policies, where 40% of its energy needs are met by coal power generation.