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On Monday, a federal judge in Detroit overturned a jury verdict that ordered Ford Motor Co. to pay Versata Software Inc. $104.6 million for breaking a licensing contract

Today the U.S. Department of the Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) released information on the Corporate Alternative Minimum Tax (CAMT), a key provision of the Inflation


Los jugadores del Real Madrid volvieron este lunes al trabajo tras pasar la pasada semana las pruebas de detección del nuevo coronavirus, sin que se encontraran casos positivos, dos meses

In Belgium's version of the Oscars this weekend, a film about Guatemala's civil war is an unusual nominee -- telling a story set more than two decades ago and 9,000 kilometres (5,000 miles)

If Facebook's new cryptocurrency should resonate anywhere it should be India, where the social media giant has more than 300 million followers.

The leader of Britain's main opposition Labour party Jeremy Corbyn -- criticised for failing to take a clear position on Brexit -- on Wednesday said the only way out of

British Prime Minister Theresa May said Sunday she was preparing to make a "bold offer" to MPs in one final attempt to get them to back her Brexit deal.

Former England footballer David Beckham was on Thursday disqualified from driving for six months after using his phone while behind the wheel.

British Prime Minister Theresa May on Sunday urged main opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn to work with her to break the Brexit deadlock, telling him:

Britons are increasingly choosing package holidays outside of the European Union this summer as Brexit uncertainty shakes the pound, tour operator Thomas Cook said

Social media giant Facebook on Thursday banned various far-right British groups including the English Defence League from its network for promoting hate and violence.

The ‘fighting against so called “persecution” of the Russian language in Latvia’, ‘the violation of human rights’ in Odessa, etc… Who do you think might have been behind this thrust of

A London-based international court has ordered Djibouti to pay $385 million in compensation to UAE global ports operator DP World over a breach of contract, the