The Pacific Leaping Blenny: A Creature Of Peculiar Habits, This Fish Prefers Land Over Water, Hops Like A Frog, And Uses Camouflage To Surprise Prey, Confuse Predators
This unique fish prefers to live on land and can leap without legs.
Cognizant, An IT Outsourcing Company Based In New Jersey, To Hire 10,000 Workers In The US Over Next 3 Years
Will Cognizant's move to hire thousands of workers in the country appease critics concerned about the loss of American jobs?
Investigators expect their work at the accident site to take a week to 10 days, and restoration of the service in the line could take longer.
The release of Hours, the late actor's last completed movie, on Video on Demand and in the US, will not be delayed.
U.S. stock markets and property markets in Brazil could be heading toward a bubble, Nobel laureate Robert Shiller has warned.
China's Final HSBC Manufacturing PMI Tops Expectations, Flash Estimates; New Orders Rise, Exports Fall
The uptick in local demand reflects China's policy changes this year to steer the economy toward a domestic-consumption model.
China is set to achieve a major headway in its ambitious space program with the launch of Yutu moon rover, on Monday.
North Korea Says It Arrested US Citizen Merrill E. Newman, After He Admitted To War Crimes During Korean War
Merrill Newman, 85, was detained while attempting to find fellow Korean war veterans in North Korea.
Euro Zone Unemployment In October Declined For First Time Since 2011, Inflation November Improved Marginally
Unemployment in the euro zone fell for the first time in 33 months, while inflation showed modest improvement.
Sotheby's To Hold Its First Major Auction In China's Mainland Amid A Government Crackdown On Luxury Spending
The event will feature the creations of Picasso, Rembrandt and China’s leading artists, including the most expensive living Asian artist.
China's ZTE Targets $800 Million In Revenues From Its India Operations; Plans To Sell 4G Phones In India In 2014
The smartphone maker also plans to partner with local firms to sell 4G handsets in the subcontinent beginning next year.
Glaciers Sizzle, Squirt Bubbles When Melting To Create Loudest Marine Environment; These Sounds Could Help To Measure Ice Melt
Air bubbles are formed in glacial ice sheets when snow crystals trap pockets of air, which are noisily released when the ice melts.
Aided by strong sales and improved operating margins, Chinese industry put in yet another stellar performance.
India's economy grew at its slowest in a decade and the government is struggling to contain a severe deficit problem ahead of an election year.
NSA Monitored Online Sexual Habits Of Muslim 'Radicalizers' In A Bid To Discredit Them: NSA Document Reveals
Documents released by Edward Snowden show the NSA collected records of online sexual activity of the people it suspected of radicalism.
German GfK Consumer Confidence Index Tops Expectations, Hits Years-Long Highs And Forecasts A Sharp Rise In Consumer Spending
Confidence among German consumers hit multi-year highs as improved economic conditions buoyed income expectations, a survey showed.
Hiring the children of the rich and powerful is illegal under U.S. law, if such hiring is made in exchange for business opportunities.
Biocon, Mylan Get Nod From Indian Drug Regulator To Market Biosimilar Version Of Herceptin Used For Treating Breast Cancer
A 12-shot course of Herceptin, which generated sales of $6.4 billion in 2012, costs about $19,200 in India.
Uranium seized by South Africa earlier this month raises concerns of a possible illegal trade in nuclear materials.
Pacific Islander's Bid To Seek Asylum As 'Climate Change Refugee' Rejected; New Zealand Judge Dismisses Plea As "Novel" But "Unconvincing"
A Kiribati man's unsuccessful bid to seek asylum in New Zealand as a "climate change refugee" could discourage future claims.
FDA, in a strongly-worded letter, warned Google-backed 23andMe Inc to stop selling its DNA-testing kits.
Administration officials refused his offer, fearing doing so would hand Edward Snowden a win and would not resolve any security issues.
India Beats China To Become Most Attractive Investment Destination, Global Investor Sentiment At 2-Year-High: E&Y Report
Global investor sentiment is at a two-year high and emerging markets top the list of hot investment destinations, a new report says.
China's claim to the airspace over the disputed East China Sea islands is likely to anger Japan.
Egypt Expels Turkish Ambassador, Downgrades Ties Citing Threat To Stability; Turkey Vows To Reciprocate
Turkey, a staunch supporter of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood, vowed to reciprocate.
Investors on Friday are likely to focus on quarterly earnings reports, as no major economic data releases are scheduled.
The tragedy has become the nation’s worst disaster since it regained independence in 1991.
China Bans Its Officials From Buying Gifts With Public Funds During New Year, Spring Festival Holidays
The Chinese anti-corruption watchdog has banned Chinese officials from using public funds to buy new year gifts.
Investors are likely to focus on corporate earnings, inflation data and a jobless claims report due on Thursday.
Google Wallet users can use the prepaid debit card to purchase goods in stores and withdraw cash from ATMs.