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BEIJING (Reuters) - China's exports surged more than expected in July despite U.S. duties and its closely watched surplus with the United States remained near record highs, as the world's two major economic powers ramp up a bitter dispute that some fear could derail global growth.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Usain Bolt will be granted all the time he needs to prove himself worthy of a contract at the Central Coast Mariners but the retired athletics superstar will have to prove himself like any other player, officials at the struggling Australian soccer club have said.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia's bid to host the 2021 women's Rugby World Cup would see the tournament steer clear of major cities and instead be based in the port of Newcastle and surrounding Hunter region, Rugby Australia said on Wednesday.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is defending his company's decision not to ban right-wing conspiracy theorist Alex Jones and his 'Infowars' show.
KUALA LUMPUR: The Global Islamic Finance Forum (GIFF), which will be held on Oct 3-4 here, will focus on the theme “Beyond Profit” as the participants push ahead with value-based intermediation (VBI).
Alibaba Group Holdings has joined a stellar list of Hollywood studios in a venture headed by DreamWorks SKG’s co-founder Jeffrey Katzenberg to create original programmes for smartphones, deepening the group’s forays into developing content for the fastest-growing digital medium.
Tesla Inc’s production of solar roof tiles has been delayed by assembly-line problems at its new publicly subsidised factory and difficulties producing a product that satisfies the aesthetic demands of CEO Elon Musk, eight former and current employees speak.
NEW YORK: Billionaire investor Elon Musk has always done things his own way, from designing space rockets to manufacturing electric cars. Now the Tesla Inc CEO is looking to reengineer how a company can be taken private.
BEIJING: Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. slumped to a surprise loss on surging fuel expenses and past hedging contracts gone awry, challenging Chief Executive Officer Rupert Hogg’s efforts to turn around the carrier that faces increasing competition from mainland Chinese airlines.