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TRAIN service on Singapore's North-South line will be suspended from 11am and 4pm for further investigations, said the Land Transport Authority and transport operator, SMRT, in a joint...

[LONDON] Britain's capital city braced for travel chaos on Wednesday with a planned London Underground strike expected to be the worst in years, after talks to avert the 24 hour walkout broke...

[MILAN] Ferrari SpA, the supercar maker being spun off by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV, picked UBS Group AG to help manage its initial public offering in New York later this year, people with...

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WITH the eurozone in crisis over Greece and China's stock market heading south, it would be nice to come across some reassuringly good news about the shipping industry. Sadly, there is little...

THE four biggest US airlines have been sued by travellers claiming that the carriers are conspiring to keep ticket prices high in the face of falling fuel prices. The consumer cases have come as the...

TWO major train lines were knocked out for some three hours during peak-hour traffic on Tuesday, with early investigations suggesting that a power fault linked to a faulty train was the cause.

LOSS of US Export-Import Bank financing would put Boeing Co at a "huge competitive disadvantage" since its rivals still have access to such financing support, the head of the company's...

AFTER a series of flops in India, Renault SA hit pay dirt in 2012 with the Duster, a small sport utility vehicle that lured buyers upgrading from hatchbacks. Other carmakers are coming out with their...

WHEN it comes to car dashboard displays that are more like smartphones, two things are clear: Customers want them, and automakers are intent on supplying them.

ROLLS-ROYCE'S search for buyers of cars like the US$294,000 Wraith coupe has landed it in Kazakhstan, where the average person lives on about US$330 a month...