The chief executive of General Motors said the company is “on track” to roll out a ride-sharing service that would rely on autonomous vehicles in 2019.
In May, Congress required the Federal Reserve to cut regulations for some well-known lenders. Not everyone is happy.
Volunteers passed more than 2,000 books down a street in Southampton, England, after a rent increase forced October Books to give up its old location.
The South Korean giant’s smartphone business is stagnant, and a yearslong run-up in the price of memory chips seems to be cooling down.
The country is reportedly planning to reduce tax on new cars to stimulate sales, but the auto industry has other problems than lack of demand in China.
The ruling ordering compensation for Korean men forced to work for Japan’s World War II efforts threatens to hurt relations between two close American allies.
Dutton, a Penguin Random House imprint, has just released its first batch of mini books, with a box set of novels by the best-selling author John Green.
The passenger plane was reported to have crashed into the sea while flying from Jakarta to the city of Pangkal Pinang.
The show was originally shown on Thursday. But the remarks, which were linked to anti-Semitism, created a firestorm online when the show was shown again on Saturday.
A jury in Manchester found Mohammed Abdul Kuddus, 40, and Harun Rashid, 38, guilty of manslaughter by gross negligence in a teenager’s death in 2017.