Asia Day Ahead: Can Japan's consumers cope with a tax hike?
The final snapshot of consumer sentiment before a tax hike took effect will shed light on how Japan's shoppers are taking higher prices, while tech giants TSMC and ZTE are set to report earnings. Jon Gordon reports.
General Motors' CEO Mary Barra tells auto industry insiders that she is creating a new global product integrity organization within her company, aimed at preventing safety and quality issues at the heart of a recall linked to at least 13 deaths. Conway G. Gittens reports.
Google Glass goes on sale to the public for the first time Tuesday, but for just one day. Analysts say the one-day availability fits into Google's strategy of trying to correct past missteps as it prepares for a widespread launch. Lily Jamali reports.
Positive China growth surprise smooths way for reforms -HSBC
A slightly better than forecast Q1 GDP growth figure will give Chinese policymakers more wiggle room as they press ahead with critical changes to the economy, according to HSBC economist John Zhu.
Summary: Stocks beat back declines to finish higher in another choppy session with help from Coke, J&J earnings; Yahoo beats after the bell, but Intel results mixed; Twitter flies against troubled time for tech. Conway G. Gittens reports.
Imagine you're sitting on the tube, minding you're own business when suddenly - the doors open and Rihanna gets on.
Just a dream?
Not for commuters in London when the 23-year-old hopped on the Jubilee underground line to get to the 02 Arena for her concert.
Rhi Rhi used her own Oyster travel card to take the journey when she joined the carriage at North Greenwich station.
The Man Down singer then hopped off the train to perform a killer show.