By Nina ChestneyA global surge in wholesale power and gas prices means households across Europe face much higher energy bills this year and beyond, with the region's most vulnerable exposed to fuel poverty, consumer groups say.
Malaysia Airlines has signed a provisional agreement to acquire 20 Airbus A330neos to replace its ageing fleet of A330 widebody jets in a deal that also involves aircraft leasing company Avolon.
One of the company's suppliers is Lyons Magnus, which recently recalled quite a few products.
Boom Technology's Overture is scheduled to make its first flight in 2026, and it is expected to carry its first passengers three years later.
The move to delist five Chinese state-owned enterprises (SOEs) from the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) could pave the way for Beijing to strike an audit deal with the United States, ending a more than decade-old dispute, analysts and advisers said on Monday.
The Federal Reserve's hawkish message on inflation registered quickly in U.S. housing markets this summer as mortgage rates shot up and home sales slowed.
Kimmeridge Energy Management Company LLC has amassed a stake in California Resources Corp and is pushing the oil and gas producer to make changes that include selling some acreage to real estate developers, people familiar with the matter said.
Turquoise Hill Resources Ltd on Monday rejected an offer by majority shareholder Rio Tinto Ltd to buy the 49% stake it doesn't already own for $2.7 billion, as it did not reflect the Canadian company's full and fair value.
Agricultural seeds and chemicals maker Bayer AG on Monday launched a digital farming platform that it says will help U.S.
China's Taiwan drills accompanied by wave of misinformation
Asian markets mostly rise, China data shows slowdown