Dubai-based ride-hailing app Careem Networks FZ has revealed a cyber incident in January where hackers gained access to systems that hold customer and driver account data.
Armenian Prime Minister Serzh Sargsyan suddenly resigned on Monday less than a week after taking office amid massive opposition protests.
The European Commission confirmed on Monday that Greece beat its bailout targets again last year, strengthening the government's case against demands to bring forward additional tax measures originally scheduled to kick in starting 2020.
The U.S. softened its position on sanctions against Russia's United Co. Rusal, sparking a plunge in aluminum prices.
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There's at least one aspect of Brexit negotiations the European Union is grateful for: having Theresa May as prime minister rather than the bookmakers' favorite to replace her, arch-euroskeptic Jacob Rees-Mogg.
The U.S. may relieve sanctions on Russia's United Co. Rusal if Oleg Deripaska divests control of the company, Bloomberg News reports.
London (AP) -- Palace: Duchess of Cambridge gives birth to 8 pound, 7 ounce baby boy.
India's opposition parties have vowed to take their controversial bid to initiate an impeachment motion against the country's chief justice to the Supreme Court.
Northern Ireland won't be split from the rest of the United Kingdom after Brexit, Dominic Grieve, the Conservative former attorney general, said.
Zimbabwe has set up special courts to try crimes connected to a presidential election scheduled to be held between July and August this year, police said.
Abu Dhabi National Oil Co. hired Philippe Khoury, formerly an energy banker at HSBC Holdings Plc, to head up its new unit for trading crude oil and refined products.
Talk to most foreign investors about Mexico these days and you'll likely to hear the same mantra: focus on Nafta now and worry about the upcoming presidential election later.
Ten years ago, Amazon introduced the Kindle and established the appeal of reading on a digital device. Four years ago, Jeff Bezos and company rolled out the Echo, prompting millions of people to start talking to a computer.
After most of his clients have fled, billionaire John Paulson has embarked on a strategy to raise assets and generate big fees at the risk of losing his own capital.
The demise of Toys "R" Us Inc. took a toll on Hasbro Inc., which posted worse-than-expected results in the first quarter.
French oil giant Total SA said last month it had acquired Marathon Oil Corp.'s assets in Libya in a $450 million deal. Not so fast, says the country's state energy company.
It's not easy to break out of the rut, but sales occupations are a good option for workers with people skills.
Katanga Mining Ltd. will soon be the world's top cobalt miner, churning out thousands of tons of metal and billions of dollars in revenue for Glencore Plc. It's also turning into a major thorn in the commodity giant's side.
Bloomberg's Kevin Cirilli discusses French President Macron's visit to Washington. He speaks with Tom Keene on