A brawl involving as many as 2,000 workers forced Foxconn to close its Taiyuan plant in northern China late on Sunday, and left a number of people needing hospital treatment.
It is nine o'clock on a Saturday night and I should be at an old friend's party. There are likely to be nice people there, artistic, talented; and the hostess is a wizard cook. It was seven for seven thirty, dress smart but "not too smart"...
This searingly honest and explosively funny play is based on the author’s own experience. The cast includes Arthur Darvill (Rory in Doctor Who), Laurence Fox (Hathaway in Lewis), Matthew Lewis (Neville Longbottom in the Harry Potter films).
Bad publicity around Apple's new Maps service – which has displaced landmarks and even towns – has not discouraged eager shoppers from creating the UK's largest-ever retail queue to buy the iPhone 5 outside the company's Regent Street store in London.
Here's a list of the top 10 reasons employees got fired 2008 - 2012
The U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has accused J.P. Morgan Ventures Energy Corp. of misleading regulators and said its authority to sell electricity might be suspended.
High-frequency trading, which already has a sullied reputation, is even worse than the critics have charged, a new survey shows.
While Facebook, its board, its IPO underwriters (which include Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs, and JPMorgan, and the Nasdaq may be eager to forget about the social network’s much-maligned May debut, the group was reminded Thursday that disgruntled investors will not let the issue die anytime soon.
Three firms, one common theme - headcount adjustments.
Wealthy Britons going through a divorce may benefit from a review of U.K. court standards that some lawyers argue promote unfairly generous rulings in favor of less well-off spouses.
Greece’s embattled finance minister, Yanis Varoufakis, stepped up his war of words with eurozone policymakers on Thursday, saying he wished his country still had the drachma, and would not sign up to any bailout plan that would send his country into a “death spiral”.
An £11.5m pay packet for the chief executive of Lloyds Banking Group was waved through by shareholders in the bailed-out bank at an annual meeting punctuated by outbursts from disgruntled customers and concern over the £12bn cost of the PPI scandal.
BP has hired the former head of MI6 as it seeks to capitalise on his top-level diplomatic experience while dealing with some of the toughest political environments around the world.