SIA is state-controlled and received a huge bailout in March
Caste Prejudice: A New Kind Of Employment Discrimination Emerges As South Asians Conquer Silicon Valley
Tens of thousands of Indians work in California’s Silicon Valley, most of them are from upper castes.
Johnson has been criticized by both EU officials and members of his own Conservative Party in U.K.
But U.S. firms in China fret over worsening relationships and trade troubles. according to survey by the American Chamber of Commerce.
Uber’s fleets in U.S., Canada and Europe will be green by 2030
LVMH cited U.S. tariffs on French goods among factor behind decision
Analysts have been warning about stretched, unsustainable valuations in equity markets
Tesla is now the most valuable automaker in the world.
Lenders issued $1.1 trillion in home loans in the second quarter, a record.
Donald Trump has again revived the threat to separate the US economy from the world’s second largest economy
Germany wants 65% of its power generation to derive from renewable energy sources by 2030.
Stocks fell again on Friday, but have partly recovered from earlier lows
The White House and top Democrats remain at odds over size of next virus relief bill.
India has banned almost 180 Chinese apps since June, citing data security concerns
The U.K. and EU have until the end of the year to hammer out a complex trade agreement.
The number of unemployed people dropped by 2.8 million to 13.6 million – the fourth straight month of declines.
Nasdaq led the overall market downward on Thursday, as familiar tech names dropped by as much as 5%-6%.
The pandemic has created both disruptions and opportunities in the housing markets
Massive federal spending to fight the pandemic has pushed the deficit to all-time highs.
Lower filings data may reflect new data methodology used by Labor Department.
Scottish fund manager Baillie Gifford now owns a 4.25% stake in Tesla
The tech giant has become so big that its valuation now exceeds the UK’s principal benchmark.
The allegations led to the ouster of Credit Suisse’s former CEO Tijdane Thiam
Jobs are expected to grow at an annual rate of 0.4% in the 2020s
If the U.K. and EU are unable to settle on a trade deal by Dec. 31, they would be forced to revert to WTO trade terms.
The Fed has bought so many home loans it now owns about one-third of the market.
DirecTV has been hemorrhaging subscribers at an alarming rate
Tesla shares have jumped a surreal 1,000% over the past year.
India’s economic woes have been exacerbated by a spike in COVID-19 cases
Wage subsidy schemes have kept overall jobless figures artificially modest