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DAVOS: Top NGOs including Greenpeace and Amnesty International called for the US$1.1bil sale of the .org internet domain to a private company to be blocked, saying it could do "irreparable harm".
TripAdvisor Inc. is cutting hundreds of jobs, according to people familiar with the situation, underscoring the company’s need to reduce costs as competition from Google intensifies.
A letter from SETAPAKGARY, Kuala Lumpur
BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany on Wednesday returned three art works to a descendant of a Jewish French collector who owned them until his death in 1941 in Nazi-occupied France.
IT was an eventful week in the US markets as the much awaited “phase one” trade deal between the US and China was officially signed at the White House on Wednesday, de-escalating their 18-month conflict.
Microsoft Corp on Jan 16 set a new ambition among Fortune 500 companies in addressing climate change, pledging to remove as much carbon as it has emitted in its 45-year history.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): Some 35 vessels weighing more than 75 gross tonnes owned by fishermen from Rembang, Central Java, are set to leave for the Natuna Sea following President Joko 'Jokowi' Widodo’s instruction to utilise Indonesia’s Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) for the welfare of Indonesian fishermen.
MADRID (Reuters) - An 83-year-old former Spanish bank chairman was fined 52 million euros (£44 million) on Thursday after being convicted of smuggling a Pablo Picasso painting abroad after it was designated a national treasure.
A rare 1623 book that brought together William Shakespeare's works for the first time will go up for auction in April.