Bids to buy Manchester United due Wednesday, expected to become one of the most expensive teams in history
The most recent round of bids to buy Manchester United are due by Wednesday. Manchester United is expected to become one of the most expensive sports teams in history.
Qantas airline warns pilots of Chinese warships causing radio traffic interference over South China Sea
Australian pilots with Qantas airlines have experienced interference radio traffic coming from Chinese warships in the Pacific Ocean.
FBI arrests exiled Chinese social media mogul in alleged $1B fraud scheme used to fund luxurious NYC lifestyle
The FBI arrested exiled Chinese businessman Ho Wan Kwok, also known as "Miles Guo," in an alleged $1 billion fraud scheme used to fund his luxurious lifestyle in the New York City area.
Oil giant Saudi Aramco announces record profit of $161B in 2022
Saudi Arabian Oil Co., also known as Aramco, announced it earned a record-high profit of $161.1 billion during 2022 following higher crude oil prices that soared mostly during Q3.
LIV Golf fight stirs up questions about Saudi ownership of Newcastle United
In the UK the Saudi Public Investment Fund promised that it was not state controlled, but in American court the Fund has said the opposite, raising questions of its legitamacy.
UK grocery price inflation hits record 17.1%
UK consumers cost of buying food has soared 17.1%. Products with fastest growing prices include milk, eggs, and butter as the United Kingdom faces a cost-of-living crisis.
China mocks TikTok ban on US government devices, asks why 'top superpower' fears 'young people app'
An official with the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs mocked on Tuesday the White House's decision to ban the TikTok social media app from government devices.
Politician's advice to 'work more' to afford food under skyrocketing inflation causes firestorm: 'disgraceful'
U.K. environment secretary Therese Coffey touched off a firestorm by suggesting the British public work more as skyrocketing inflation grips the United Kingdom.
Australian tourist on Bali vacation has 'mini panic attack' over restaurant bill: 'Very costly mistake'
Geoff Murphy, an Australian tourist, recounted accidentally buying $1700 of wine in Bali, Indonesia before discovering the expensive charge to his bank account the next morning.
Russell Crowe, girlfriend refused service at Australian restaurant for not meeting dress code
A Japanese fusion restaurant in Melbourne, Australia reportedly turned Russell Crowe and his girlfriend away because the couple was wearing tennis attire ran afoul of the dress code.
UK trade chief rips Biden's 'protectionist' policies
U.K. Business and Trade Secretary Kemi Badenoch on Tuesday slammed President Biden's Inflation Reduction Act as "protectionist" and warned it could cause supply chains to fail.
Nepal airplane crash possibly caused by pilot choosing wrong lever
A plane crash in Nepal that claimed 72 lives in January has been attributed to pilot error following the release of a preliminary report by the Nepalese Aircraft Accident Investigation Commission.
Newmont makes $16.9B bid for Australia gold producer
The Newmont Corporation has made an indicative $16.9 billion takeover offer for Australia's top goldminer Newcrest Mining to combine the goldmining companies’ assets in China and Australia.
Australia will not print King Charles III on $5 bill, removing monarchy from banknotes
The Reserve Bank of Australia announced King Charles III will not be printed on the country's $5 notes following the transition from currency featuring Queen Elizabeth II.
Netanyahu rips Israel's Supreme Court as 'most activist court on the planet,' doubles down on judicial reforms
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu responded to protests against his proposed judicial reforms, which he believes will boost the Israeli economy and strengthen democracy.
Chinese consumers seem willing to spend money again after 3 years of economic uncertainty
In 2022, China showed the second-lowest growth level in more than four decades. But with COVID restrictions lifted, Chinese consumers are showing new confidence.
New Zealand-bound plane flies 13 hours only to land where it took off
A New Zealand-bound flight from Dubai had to land where it started after it was forced to turn around halfway into the nearly 9,000-mile flight Saturday local time.
Budget traveling: World travelers share 3 tips for seeing the world on the cheap
Husband and wife Hudson and Emily Crider of Pennsylvania have traveled all around the world without breaking the bank. Here's how they've been doing it on a budget.
Virginia Giuffre gets book deal weeks before Prince Andrew sexual abuse settlement's gag order to lift: report
Virginia Giuffre reportedly secured a book deal with a publisher for a manuscript detailing alleged sexual abuse she suffered from Jeffrey Epstein, Ghislaine Maxwell and Prince Andrew.
Twitter facing legal action from Crown Estate in connection to rent
Twitter is facing legal action from the Crown Estate in the U.K. in connection to rent the social media company allegedly owes for its London office.