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One of the biggest problems that the American public has when purchasing products made in China, is counterfeit merchandise and consumer product law infringement. Due to the limitation of copyright laws...

Google is to open a new headquarters building in London which could see 3,000 new jobs created by 2020. The news comes as a major boost to Britain’s technology sector. Sundar Pichai, the chief executive...

Shares of electronic car company Tesla Motors Inc. (TSLA) dipped lower Tuesday after the short seller who took on Valeant  Pharmaceuticals predicted the stock would fall to $100 a share by the end...

It’s been a tumultuous year – the FTSE 100 lost nearly £60bn, Greece came within a whisker of leaving the Eurozone, and China threatened to derail the global economy sending commodity prices to...

Troubled Japanese conglomerate Toshiba has said it will report a record 550bn yen ($4.5bn) annual loss and cut 6,800 jobs as it carries out a restructuring. The company, whose activities range from laptops...

Blackberry has reported revenues of $548m for the three months to November – 12% higher than the previous quarter. It was the struggling smartphone maker’s first quarter-on-quarter increase...

Toshiba is facing a record 7.37bn yen (£39.6m) fine from a Japanese watchdog for a major accounting scandal which saw its profits being inflated over a seven year period. An independent probe blamed...

China’s main share index closed down by more than 5% after several major brokerage firms announced they were under investigation. The Shanghai Composite index ended the day 5.5% lower at 3,436.3...

Oil prices are hovering near six-year lows as a report identifies a record stockpile of three billion barrels, with no end to the glut in sight. It is good news for households, as it signals little pressure...

The new boss of Nestle India has told the Veinna Times that tests which showed Maggi noodles had lead in them were “highly unreliable”. Nestle had to destroy 400 million packets of Maggi products...