Ontario-based BlackBerry said it had reached a deal to outsource production of its phones to an Indonesian partner, and would instead concentrate on software and services.
Speaking at the United Nations General Assembly, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov launched veiled attacks at Washington on issues including Syria and Ukraine.
Apple is looking at potential locations in South Korea to open its first retail store, according to the Wall Street Journal. It is reportedly looking at a location right across the street from Samsung's headquarters in Seoul.
Arriving for work a decade ago, Ban Ki Moon must have had an inkling he was taking on one of the world’s toughest jobs.
An explosive device left near a train station in Elizabeth, New Jersey, blew up early on Monday when a bomb squad robot cut a wire on the mechanism, one of as many as five potential bombs found at the site, officials said.
Police and the FBI released a photo of Ahmad Khan Rahami, a naturalized US citizen of Afghan origin, saying he was "wanted" for questioning in the explosion Saturday night in the Chelsea neighborhood.
Malaysia is bracing for a US$400m IPO, the biggest consumer-related listing in three years. The company that operates the KFC and Pizza hut brand plans to head to the market next year.
Wall Street registered solid gains on Monday (Aug 29) on signs of firm US consumer spending and rising expectations that the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates as soon as late September.
Thanks to the power of sharing on social media, culinary contrivances and gastronomic gimmicks have never been bigger in the Big Apple. This year, foot-tall milkshakes and the raindrop cake are dominating New York City's food scene.
To highlight the island’s best contemporary creative artistic talents, Singapore: Inside Out showcases an unusual experience of Singaporean culture.