Japanese automotive mogul, Toyota Motor Corporation recently released its quarterly results showcasing a worse-than-expected 25% drop in profits owing to soaring material costs and a persistent chip shortage, resulting
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The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has reportedly upped its criticism of the UK Chancellor of the Exchequer, Kwasi Kwartengs mini-budget, just days after warning that it will substantially drive inflation.
Arcelor Mittal Nippon Steel Ltd., the biggest steel manufacturer in the world, has expressed interest in buying two debt-ridden Srei Group companies, intensifying the competition for their acquisition.
YouTube has reportedly revealed a new option for creators and influencers to monetize on short-form videos as it faces heavy competition from TikTok, the app that began hosting lip-sync and dance videos and has since g
Dubai, which is already famous for its enormous skyscrapers like the Burj Khalifa, will soon have a resort in the shape of the moon with extraordinary features. According to sources, the 'Moon Dubai resort would re
Paris-based automotive parts manufacturer Valeo is reportedly planning to invest USD 56 million in Daegu, South Korea, which is located 200 kilometers southeast of Seoul to capitalize on the growing autonomous driving
American multinational technology giant Google LLC is reportedly planning to suspend all hiring for the next two weeks while also slowing down recruitment efforts of new people for the rest of the year to reevaluate it
Amazon has reportedly sued over 10,000 Facebook group administrators, accusing them of arranging false reviews in exchange for compensation or free items. The e-commerce giant stated that the Facebook groups were forme
The living standards in the U.K. have dropped to a record low in May despite pay rises since they failed to keep pace with the soaring costs. According to the Office for National