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NEW YORK/SAN FRANCISCO: Alphabet Inc's YouTube unveiled on Thursday nine new original programs that will be available for free this year as the streaming service shrinks an effort to attract subscribers with content exclusively behind a paywall.
San Francisco: Elon Musk said Sunday that Tesla would unveil its Model Y crossover in less than two weeks, as questions about store closures, employee layoffs and demand in the wake of waning US federal tax credits threaten the company’s growth narrative.
BARCELONA: South Korea’s LG Electronics unveiled a 5G smartphone on Sunday with a dual screen, the latest handset maker to pitch a new design feature in an effort to revive flagging sales.
BEIJING: China’s indebted HNA Group met bankers to tout the latest assets that the sprawling conglomerate is putting on the block as it looks to raise funds and stave off an intensifying cash crunch.
TOKYO: Dara Khosrowshahi, on his first trip to Asia as chief executive officer of Uber Technologies Inc, spent some quality time with his counterpart at the world’s largest carmaker.
LONDON: Anglo-Dutch consumer goods maker Unilever has told investors on that it expects new products and a leaner organisation to help win an intensifying battle to sell packaged goods around the world.
JEJU, South Korea: Leaders of the China-backed Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank touted its growing membership and commitment to sustainable development at its annual meeting, even as environmental groups were disappointed by its openness to investing in coal projects.
NEW YORK: Technology giant Apple wants to “one day” end the need to mine materials from the earth to make its gadgets, the company said in its annual environmental responsibility report out Thursday.
BEIJING: The China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) would be different from institutions like the World Bank because it has a greater understanding of the developing world’s needs, officials said at its first annual meeting.
LONDON: Chancellor George Osborne held up Britain's recent strong pace of economic growth as vindication of his austerity programme that came under fire from the International Monetary Fund last year.