(Reuters) – Consulting and outsourcing services provider Accenture Plc said on Friday it would transfer $1.6 billion in pension obligations to insurers American International Group Inc and MassMutual.
Past success is often an indicator of future complacency.
Qatar has been forging an independent foreign policy since the discovery of gas and a palace coup.
Royal Ascot is beloved by many. CNBC takes a look at some of the glitz and glamor seen during this year’s event.
Demonstrating your professionalism in the way you invoice and your invoicing timeliness will keep your cash flow consistent.
India’s largest digital payments company Paytm is looking to expand its footprint to include lending services and credit cards for customers, in a move that threatens to shake up the country’s traditional banking sector further.
China is again hosting the World Economic Forum’s annual June meeting, and innovation is in the spotlight.
BEIJING (Reuters) – Beijing has shut down online video services of three popular Chinese media sites in a swift action that unleashed financial shockwaves and posed a firm warning to the country’s online video industry: clean up, or close down.
BOE policymakers that are pushing for a rate hike have been wrong for the past eight years and there’s no sign of them getting it right no, HSBC’s global head of foreign exchange strategy told CNBC.
Microsoft is asserting that enterprise customers have the wrong idea about the asset management investigations its partners tout as a way to save money on software licensing.”There is a misperception around Software Asset Management and Compliance A…
Innovation in education has long been led by powerful and influential countries. But today, developing nations are primed to lead the charge.
The deal worth more than $2 billion is seen in New Delhi as a key test of defense ties that have drifted under Trump, who has courted Asian rival China.
Mainframe support pilot fish gets a call from his boss: A customer at a remote site says the mainframe is spewing out dump after dump of what looks like an opcode exception — something that just isn’t supposed to happen.”So I barreled down the inte…
With the initial release candidate build for Java 9 now published, Oracle has proposed that from here on out, only “showstopper” bugs be fixed for the production Java 9 release, which is due September 21.
The proposal floated this week represents a further tightening up of bug-fixing goals for RDP (Rampdown Phase) 2 of the Java upgrade. The plan calls for fixing all P1 (Priority 1) bugs critical to the success of Java Development Kit (JDK) 9. Also, builders would decommit from fixing any bugs not new in JDK 9 and not critical to the release, even if they had been targeted for fixing.