The chairman of India’s private Jet Airways has quit amid mounting financial woes which have forced it to suspend 14 international routes and ground more than 80 planes
Several companies promise dietary insights tailored to your genetic profile for as much as $300, but the science behind such services is limited
A gold refinery primarily owned by a Belgian investor is facing sanctions in Uganda over the questionable importation of 7.4 tons of pure gold earlier in March
The company building a natural gas pipeline from Russia to Germany says it’s confident of getting an outstanding permit from Denmark to close the gap on the 1,200-kilometer (746-mile) route
Family members of Pakistanis killed in an Indian train explosion are protesting an Indian court’s acquittal of four Hindus charged with triggering the blasts, which killed 68 passengers.
Global shares are down amid broad concerns about global economic growth.
Sri Lanka’s state-run power agency says it will cut electricity for four hours on weekdays as dry weather lowers the output of hydropower plants
Authorities in Mozambique say that with a key road open to the port city of Beira, conditions on the ground improving and more international help arriving, the pace of aid delivery to those hit by Cyclone Idai should now flow more freely
The European Union says it has completed preparations for the potentially-chaotic scenario in which Britain leaves the bloc without a Brexit deal, but talks on how to manage the Irish border are continuing
Even good habits can be hard to break, and a fear of spending money can cause some people to delay gratification too long
Poland’s finance minister says she is aiming to keep the country’s budget deficit within European Union rules even after a series of pre-election spending pledges to help families, young people and pensioners.
British Prime Minister Theresa May is under intense pressure to resign as the price of breaking the country’s Brexit impasse and winning support for her unloved EU divorce deal
The Sackler family’s charity says it has paused new giving because of controversy surrounding its links to the U.S. opioid crisis
Chinese President Xi Jinping is on a state visit in France where he is expected to sign a series of bilateral and economic deals on energy, food industry, transports and other sectors