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France shuts schools as coronavirus spreads, hopes to avoid becoming the...

French President Emmanuel Macron has asked global leaders to act together to combat the coronavirus, as the country strives to contain its outbreak.France has...

Watch live: New York City Mayor de Blasio holds a press...

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is holding a press conference scheduled at 3:30 p.m. ET to update the public on the...

Credit Suisse CEO reads out a letter from the family of...

Credit Suisse CEO Tidjane Thiam on Wednesday read out a letter from the family of a contractor who committed suicide in the wake of...

Facebook reaches agreement with UK regulator over Cambridge Analytica data scandal

Facebook reached an agreement with the U.K. data regulator on Wednesday over an investigation into the misuse of Facebook users' personal data in political...

Standard Chartered says Q3 pre-tax profits jump 16% from a year...

British bank Standard Chartered said Wednesday its pre-tax profit for the three months that ended in September grew 16% but warned about growing headwinds...

In brutal Senate hearing, Boeing admits its safety assessments of 737...

Boeing executives admitted to lawmakers in a tense hearing on Capitol Hill on Tuesday that the company made mistakes in developing its troubled 737...

EU tells Facebook, Google and Twitter to take more action on...

One year ago, Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Twitter signed on to the EU's "code of practice on disinformation," a voluntary agreement that lays out...

Volkswagen sets up autonomous driving subsidiary, plans Silicon Valley site next...

Volkswagen Group announced the creation of a subsidiary called Volkswagen Autonomy (VWAT) on Monday, with the German car giant saying it planned to "make...

‘Care robots’ for the elderly could be developed in the UK...

The U.K. government has launched a research program that will focus on "making autonomous systems safe and trustworthy for public use".The scheme, backed by...

Forget day trips to Versailles – a new hotel is opening...

For the first time, visitors will have the chance to stay "just a stone's throw" from the Palace of Versailles' glittering Hall of Mirrors,...