Railway workers alongside members from the London United bus routes stage a walkout that will further disrupt travel plans for many on the weekend.
Inflation at levels not seen in 40 years in America has delivered Walmart a new category of customer – high income Americans who scour its website to cut costs on groceries.
Oil prices extended losses on Tuesday after weak US and Chinese data reinforced recession expectations with signs that Iran is moving towards a nuclear deal adding to the downward pressure.
Aramco can boost its crude oil output to its maximum capacity of 12 million barrels per day if the Saudi government requests.
Net income leapt 90 percent year-on-year for the world's biggest oil producer, which clocked its second straight quarterly record after announcing $39.5 billion for Q1.
Indian ship earlier this year picked up oil in mid-seas from Russian tanker, got it refined in western Gujarat state and then took the output to New York, says a top Indian central banker, adding "that's the way war works."
Weak global demand due to the pandemic, as well as a 2019 US blacklisting that snarled its supply chains, have hurt the company's device business, which sells smartphones and laptops.
Lee Jae-yong — the 278th-richest person in the world, according to Forbes — was released on parole in August 2021, after serving 18 months in jail, just over half of his original sentence.
Türkiye's drill ship, Fatih, had discovered 405 billion cubic meters (bcm) of gas in the Black Sea in July 2020, followed by a second discovery of 135 bcm in June 2021.
Restriction on energy imports aims to deliver a financial blow to President Putin’s government, but it doesn’t help resolve the impending energy crisis.
The Walt Disney Company decides to raise the price of its flagship Disney streaming service by 38 percent, with an aim to generate more revenue for its money-losing online businesses.
The move comes after Musk sold around $8.5 billion worth of shares in the electric carmaker in April as he was preparing to finance a deal with the social media giant.
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