FRANKFURT - German carmakers BMW , Audi and Mercedes , will pay around 2.5 billion euros ($2.8 billion) to buy Nokia's maps business, beating out high-tech rivals for location services seen as key to the future of self-driving cars. | Video
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BEIJING - China will restrict the export of drones and supercomputers from Aug. 15 to help protect national security out of fears such equipment could fall into the hands of militant groups, state news agency Xinhua said on Monday.
BERLIN - Hackers blocked part of the German federal prosecutor's office, a spokeswoman said on Monday, but she could not give any details about the scope of the attack or the possible perpetrators.
- The No. 2 U.S. wireless carrier AT&T Inc said it will bundle its wireless service with DirecTV's pay-TV offerings after the $48.5 billion deal was approved last month.
SEOUL - Tech giant Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said on Monday it will create a 100 billion won ($85.8 million) fund to compensate cancer-stricken workers and their families, and for efforts to prevention such diseases at its chip and display factories.
LONDON - A "brain training" iPad game developed in Britain may improve the memory of patients with schizophrenia, helping them in their daily lives at home and at work, researchers said on Monday.
- U.S. factory activity dips; consumer spending cools
- Weak oil prices, China worries weigh on Wall Street
- Greek stocks plunge, banks hammered, after five-week crisis shut down
- Ex-trader Hayes jailed for 14 years by London court for Libor rigging
- U.S. construction spending gain smallest in five months
- Oil sinks to six-month low amid weak data, slump in gasoline |
- EU regulators suspend review of Halliburton, Baker Hughes
- Seven years after bailout, Britain starts RBS sell-off with $3 billion stake sale
- Goldman raises top end of legal-loss estimate
- Jeffrey Gundlach's DoubleLine funds had 18th month of inflows in July