Unilever agreed to buy a South Korean cosmetics maker for 2.27 billion euros ($2.7 billion) to gain a stronger foothold in the world’s fourth-largest skincare market.
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Amid their struggles to recover from Hurricane Maria, some Puerto Rico residents found it befuddling that President Donald Trump fired off a number of Twitter rants about professional athletes on Saturday -- yet made no mention of their dire situation.
Amazon's smart speaker isn't the best at everything. Sorry, Alexa.
Payments firm Nets said it has received a takeover offer worth 33.1 billion Danish crowns ($5.3 billion) from U.S. private equity firm Hellman & Friedman, in what could rank as one of the take-private deals in Europe in recent years.
Indian e-commerce company GlowRoad is built on a simple premise. By connecting manufacturers with resellers and using drop shipping, it keeps everyone's..
Japan Post Holdings Co set the price for its follow-up share sale at 1,322 yen per share, a regulatory filing showed on Monday.
Friday’s early-morning announcement that Uber could lose its licence caused a twinge of gig economy angst.
The furniture retailer's new ad campaign highlights that its products have wireless charging too.
A first-of-its-kind study used CRISPR tech to understand human embryo development.
CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Australia announced on Monday it would create its own space agency to increase its share of the $330 billion space economy. Prime Minister
Unprecedented is an overused word in financial markets — but this time it's justified.
Yale doesn't want you to turn your phone off with its next concert -- in fact, it's crucial to the show.
Online retailer Lazada Group said it will sell select items from Alibaba Group Holding Ltd's Taobao marketplace in three more countries in Southeast Asia, expanding the partnership between the two e-commerce firms.
Why Senua’s Sacrifice is the most important game I’ve played this year.
Apple Inc.’s latest products are getting a thumbs down, at least by investors in the company’s Asian suppliers. That’s especially bad news for Taiwan equities.
The main listed unit of Chinese technology conglomerate LeEco said on Sunday that it plans to buy investment and financial service assets from an affiliate for up to 3 billion yuan ($455.24 million) as part of a restructuring exercise.