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[TOKYO] Toyota Motor Corp promoted a French national and an American woman to unprecedented executive roles at the world's largest automaker, marking a shake-up in management ranks predominantly...

[OSLO] Norwegian Air plans to bring in planes and staff to try and keep some of its European routes running on Wednesday as a strike by pilots over pay at the low-cost carrier escalated.

[KUALA LUMPUR] Chinese businessman Li Hua suffered a stroke, has considered suicide, and his wife has been hospitalised with heart trouble, all since their daughter went missing on flight MH370.

[TOKYO] Japan has slammed the brakes on taxi service Uber less than a month after it launched a pilot programme in the country, with a government official saying Wednesday it likely violates...

[TOKYO] Uber Technologies Inc said it was reviewing a free ride service in Japan after the government reportedly told it to halt the pilot project, a blow to the company's hopes in a potentially...

[SYDNEY] Sales of new vehicles in Australia enjoyed their strongest February on record as demand for sports utilities turned red-hot, a promising sign that lower fuel prices and falling interest...

[LONDON] The British government has reached an agreement to sell its entire stake in the Eurostar train service between London, Brussels and Paris, the treasury said in a statement on Wednesday.

[BENGALURU] Ride service Uber is buying mapping and search startup deCarta for an unspecified amount, technology website Mashable said on Tuesday, citing an Uber representative.

[TORONTO] Fiat Chrysler Automobiles topped February sales in Canada, handily beating Ford Motor Co, which posted lower car and truck sales, according to company sales data.

[BRUSSELS] Hundreds of taxi drivers from Belgium and France brought central Brussels to a virtual standstill Tuesday with their vehicles in a protest against the web-based taxi app Uber.