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Sep 20, 2017
As ThyssenKrupp, Tata agree to merge steel operations, unions fear 4,000 jobs may be cutOnce the ThyssenKrupp-Tata steel deal is finalised in 2018, the two groups aim for efficiency savings of between 400 and 600 million euros ($480-720 million) per year -- and are likely to shed 4,000 jobs in production and administration
Sep 18, 2017
Shinzo Abe calls for enforcement of sanctions on North Korea amid growing threat of nuclear attackThe international community must remain united and enforce sanctions against North Korea after its repeated launch of ballistic missiles, Shinzo Abe said
Sep 13, 2017
Vodafone India launches unlimited international roaming plan priced at Rs 180 per day for UK and EuropeInternational travelers can now easily activate a pack and use their number overseas from the UK and other popular travel destinations of Europe.
Sep 13, 2017
Electric cars risk damaging Europe's auto supply industry, warn car-makers at Frankfurt motor showDaimler and Volkswagen (VW) both announced plans on the eve of the Frankfurt show to accelerate their shift to electric cars.
Sep 12, 2017
Automotive companies gear to face the reality as move towards electric starts impacting jobs and profitsSince the battery is the single biggest-value item in an electric car, however, experts point out that mass adoption would shift business and jobs.
Sep 11, 2017
Champions League: Chelsea manager Antonio Conte hints at rotating squad during clash with QarabagAntonio Conte's side faces a grilling sequence of seven matches in 21 days, which has influenced his decision.
Sep 10, 2017
Syria conflict: Islamic State holds 11,100 blank Syrian passports, says German reportGerman authorities believe the Islamic State group holds some 11,100 blank Syrian passports that can be completed with any individual's details.
Sep 06, 2017
EU anti-trust chief claims Google's compliance to modify shopping service is the correct stepGoogle, which was given 90 days to comply or face further fines, submitted details of its offer to the EU last week
Sep 05, 2017
Companies must inform their employees if email accounts are being monitored, says European CourtThe court concluded that Barbulescu had not been informed in advance of the extent and nature of his employer’s monitoring.
Sep 05, 2017
Turkey accuses German leaders of 'populist' rhetoric, says it will fuel racismA top Turkish official has taken to social media to criticize comments on Turkey by German chancellor Angela Merkel and her opponent during a televised pre-election debate.