Moammar Gadhafi's brother-in-law and spy chief, Abdullah al-Sanussi, was captured Sunday near the city of Sabha in the southern Libya desert after being on the run for around three months, the new government said.
The 10-day-long Los Angeles Auto Show began Friday at the Los Angeles Convention Center, with more than a thousand cars on display, including concept and ecofriendly vehicles.
Al Weiwei, Chinese contemporary artist and leading political activist, has been facing new investigations for allegedly spreading online pictures of nudity.
Newlyweds Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene of Monaco greeted its citizens and led the country in observing its National Day on Saturday.
American mining corporation, Molycorp Inc. has indicated that funding of new mining operations by developers may be difficult following the sharp decline in rare earth metal prices.
Audi has confirmed a top-caliber international driver line-up for the 2012 Armor All Bathurst 12 Hour race, confirming the return of two of the three drivers from the winning combination this year.
Airbus SAS has opened a logistics company in Tianjin, China, to optimize and support supply chain management for present and future industrial cooperation programs of EADS and Airbus in China. The center, in Tianjin's Free Trade Zone Comprehensive Bonded Area, is now fully operational.
Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc.'s Eylea (aflibercept) has been approved for marketing by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in the treatment of wet age-related macular degeneration.
Oscar Ramiro Ortega-Hernandez, the Idaho man accused of attempted assassination of US President Barack Obama, says that he is a modern day Jesus Christ whom many Christians have been waiting for.
Coach Inc., a New York-based designer and marketer of luxury accessories, is planning major forays into China. The company's aim is to make the country its biggest market by 2014.
On Friday, U.S. President Barack Obama was warned by Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao against any kind of interference over the South China Sea dispute.
Amid increasing concerns over Iran's nuclear program, the U.N.'s nuclear watchdog board adopted almost unanimously on Friday a resolution to implement safeguards in the matter.
Boeing Co. Has received its biggest commercial jet order ever by Indonesia's Lion Air who made an agreement to purchase 230 new 737 models. At $21.7 billion, the order will be the biggest order and the largest transaction till date.
London's renowned Claridge Hotel has a new designer this year for creating their iconic Christmas Tree. The luxury hotel has announced that Lanvin's Alber Elbaz will be designing this year's dazzling centerpiece that will be displayed at the main lobby of the hotel.
Business magnate, Richard Branson's Virgin Money financial services company has brought Northern Rock for $1.2 billion. This has been the first sale of a nationalized bank in the country since the 2008 financial crisis.
Mexican painter, Rufino Tomayo's Watermelon Slices was the top lot of Sotheby's Latin American sale fetching a staggering $2.2 million and setting new auction records.
The chief of the International Atomic Energy Agency, Yukiya Amano, has proposed to send a high-level team to Tehran to clarify issues relating to the country's nuclear program.
France-based Airbus AS has secured a total of 211 orders at the 12th Dubai Airshow worth $20.5 billion. The order involves 135 firm orders worth $13.7 billion (130 A320neo and five A380s) and 76 memorandum of understanding (MoU) worth $6.8 billion.
An online-only auction by Christie's from Dec.13 through 16 will feature a total of 950 belongings from Elizabeth Taylor's special jewelry collection.
German fashion brand, Hugo Boss AG has raised its 2015 sales and earnings forecast following plans to set up new stand alone stores.
The United States Air Force has received the delivery of the first batch of a massive 30,000 pound bunker-buster bomb dubbed as the Massive Ordnance Penetrator (MOP).
U.S. and Mexican authorities have announced on Nov.16, 2011 the seizure of an estimated amount of 17 tons of marijuana from a newly discovered cross border drug tunnel.
Carmen Dell'Orefice, indisputably the world's oldest working model, will be the subject of a major photographic retrospective honoring her 66-year career in the fashion industry.
The annual Walpole Awards for Excellence, which took place at the Banqueting House, London honoured luxury brands like Victoria Beckham, Alexander McQueen and Mulberry for their works in the sector.
French luxury alcoholic beverage brand, Moet & Chandon, announced on Wednesday that the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) and it had reached an agreement to declare Moet & Chandon as the official champagne and global partner of the ATP World Tour, which is the men's professional tennis circuit.
Adult women who have difficulty either in falling asleep or staying asleep have increased risk of developing the medical disorder called fibromyalgia.
U.S. retail chain, Macy's Inc. have announced plans for three new stores offering a range of merchandise categories.
Man Booker Prize winner, Julian Barnes and Britain's poet laureate Carol Ann Duffy are among the shortlisted nominees for this year's Costa Book Awards.
Luxury fashion house Burberry has reported consistent double digit revenue growth for the first half of the year. The growth has been reported in retail, wholesale and almost all product categories of the brand.
Recent findings have shown high levels of radioactive contamination in Japan, particularly in the eastern and north-eastern areas whereas the western parts have been sheltered by mountain ranges.