Facebook will undergo major organisational changes inside its Menlo Park-based headquarters and with its board of directors, including having a new director fill the board seat left open by WhatsApp CEO Jan Koum.
Cupertino leaders are considering a restructuring of the city's business license fees by imposing taxes on employers based on the number of people who work for them, municipal officials said – a levy that could jolt Apple.
BERLIN: German carmakers have a moral obligation to refit heavily polluting diesel vehicles on the country's roads, environment minister Svenja Schulze said, but conceded that the government had no legal means to make them do so
SEOUL/WASHINGTON: "I truly believe North Korea has brilliant potential and will be a great economic and financial Nation one day. Kim Jong Un agrees with me on this. It will happen!" Trump added
PARIS (Reuters) - Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo on Sunday praised the heroism of a Malian immigrant who scaled the facade of a four-storey building in the north of capital to save a child hanging from a ledge, saying the city will support his effort to settle in France.
SYDNEY: Australia on Monday increased the size of its biggest compulsory product recall as it said an additional 1.1 million cars fitted with Takata Corp air bags would be recalled.
Fighter planes tear across the sky, buildings and bridges are razed, soldiers charge and scramble, tanks and jeeps bounce and bump across muddied fields and Battlefield V prepares its full-frontal assault on fall season wallets.
BOGOTA (Reuters) - Colombian right-wing candidate Ivan Duque on Sunday won a place in June's presidential runoff with leftist Gustavo Petro, deepening fears a fragile peace accord with Marxist rebels could be unravelled or the business-friendly economy overhauled.
Hyundai is partnering with a company called Xevo, and together they're working on a system to allow customers to find and pay for coffee, fuel and parking using their car's infotainment screen.
MADRID (Reuters) - Real Madrid supporters urged Cristiano Ronaldo to stay at the club during celebrations at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium on Sunday to mark their third consecutive Champions League title after an open-top bus parade through the Spanish capital.
LONDON (Reuters) - James Tarkowski has withdrawn from England's World Cup stand-by list to undergo a hernia operation, a statement by his club Burnley said on Sunday.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump said on Sunday his team arrived in North Korea to arrange for his possible meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jung Un.
ROME (Reuters) - Italy's 5-star leader Luigi Di Maio on Sunday said President Sergio Mattarella should be impeached for betraying the state because of his rejection of a eurosceptic as economy minister.
MONACO (Reuters) - Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix was Formula One's most boring ever, according to world champions Lewis Hamilton and Fernando Alonso.
LONDON (Reuters) - After sealing their Premier League return with a 1-0 victory over Aston Villa in the Championship playoff final on Saturday, Fulham's attention will already be turning to next season, with the future of several loanees uncertain.
MONACO (Reuters) - Daniel Ricciardo lived his own Apollo 13 moment to emerge triumphant on Sunday from what could have been a Monaco Grand Prix nightmare.
PARIS (Reuters) - A flustered Jelena Ostapenko became only the sixth female Grand Slam champion to fall at the first hurdle of her title defence on Sunday when she lost to Kateryna Kozlova at the French Open.
(Reuters) - Chris Froome wrote his name into the history books as he became the first Briton to win the Giro d'Italia title after coming through unscathed in Sunday's final processional stage in Rome.
BARCELONA (Reuters) - Two leaders of Spain's left-wing Podemos party, which was born out of opposition to austerity during the financial crisis, won on Sunday a confidence vote called after they bought a house for over 600,000 euros (525,287.44 pounds) near Madrid.
MILAN (Reuters) - Italy's 5-star leader Luigi Di Maio said on Sunday President Sergio Mattarella's rejection the eurosceptic professor Paolo Savona as economy minister was "unacceptable".