Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad is hopeful of reaching an out-of-court settlement with Goldman Sachs over the 1MDB scandal soon, but that compensation of "one point something billion" dollars offered by the bank was too small.
Amazon.com has secured the rights to broadcast top European soccer Champions League matches for the 2021/22 season in Germany, the U.S. company's second biggest market, the DWDL media trade website reported on Tuesday.
Domino's Pizza Group on Tuesday said its long-serving Chairman Stephen Hemsley will step down from the board, four months after the British pizza delivery chain announced retirement of its chief executive officer.
Apple Inc on Monday told a federal court it has "deep concerns" that two Chinese-born former employees accused of stealing trade secrets from the company will try to flee before their trials if their locations are not monitored.
Global stock markets fell for a second day on Tuesday, as caution over a Dec. 15 deadline for the next round of U.S. tariffs on Chinese imports weakened risk appetite and limited outsized market moves.
Japan's markets watchdog said on Tuesday it has recommended that the country's financial regulator fine Nissan Motor Co Ltd about 2.4 billion yen ($22 million) over the underreporting of former Chairman Carlos Ghosn's compensation.
Oil prices slipped on Tuesday for a second straight session as the cons of a slowing global demand outlook outweighed the pros of OPEC's agreement with associated producers at the end of last week to deepen crude output cuts in early 2020.
Senior U.S. and Canadian officials were set to fly to Mexico City on Tuesday to work on the final changes to a languishing North American trade pact that could clear the way for a vote in the U.S. Congress before the end of the year.
An Australian criminal cartel lawsuit against Citigroup Inc and Deutsche Bank AG was postponed on Tuesday after defense lawyers complained the prosecution had given them a redacted statement for a key witness late on the previous day.