French automaker Citroën has unveiled the Ami, a tiny electric car that's designed from the outset to be as cheap as possible. The car isn't very fast and it looks a bit like a washing machine, but it only costs €6,000, or the equivalent of
At first, it was just a retro reindeer or Santa, like something your grandmother would wear. Now Fred Hajjar's ugly Christmas sweaters feature Popeye's chicken sandwiches and biscuits and lobsters from Red Lobster -- and they are going viral.The cofounder of UglyChristmasSweater.com, Hajjar and his brother Mark
In just six years, Ritesh Agarwal has gone from a college dropout to one of India's youngest billionaires.
At 19, hefounded budget hotel chain OYO in thecity of Gurgaon, just outside India's capital.
Now, at 25, the entrepreneur has grown the brand globally and is looking to expand his
We've all been there: 27 browser tabs open and struggling to find the one we need. Google (GOOGL) wants to help.
The tech giant is rolling out a new tool to organize tabs in its Chrome browser and group them together, it announced Wednesday.
Users can right click on tabs to
Pekko Haavisto, speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, said other countries have seen the issues faced by the UK and it has galvanised support for the EU
“What Brexit actually triggered was a lot of support of European Union members,” Haavisto said. “They see
The billionaire cut loose scores of staffers who'd been promised paychecks through the election — and state parties are getting pressured to hire them.
Mike Bloomberg’s decision to dump hundreds of former campaign staffers from his payroll — after promising them paychecks through the election —
The European Commission’s proposals to tackle money laundering run into resistance from national capitals.
The European Commission is hell-bent on creating a watchdog to enforce the bloc’s anti-money laundering rules. But skeptics fear it won’t have much bite.
Executive Vice President Valdis Dombrovskis sounded a
The Trump administration's peace deal with the Taliban was dealt yet another blow Tuesday as the Afghan government announced it was resuming offensive operations against the insurgent group following a spate of deadly terrorist attacks.
Afghanistan's President Ashraf Ghani announced the resumption of offensive operations during a televised
The US Navy has granted a waiver allowing a transgender service member to serve "in their preferred gender" for the first time since the military enacted a transgender ban.
"The acting Secretary of the Navy has approved a specific request for exemption related to military service
U.S. government scientists said today that this year's annual spring flooding season will not be as severe or prolonged as in 2019.
Too often disasters come in threes. But the year of global pandemic and record wildfires in Australia will not also be a year of