Israel says warned EU about VW emissions in 2013 TEL AVIV, Oct 7- Israel's Environment Ministry said on Wednesday it informed European regulators two years ago that local testers had been unable to test Volkswagen diesel vehicles at higher speeds because of a component placed in engines by the company. As Israel abides by European standards, the ministry said it reported the issue for clarification to CITA...
Powered by China, Asia overtakes Europe in M&As Despite economic uncertainties dogging the region, Asia overtook Europe as the second most active region for M&As after the U.S., figures show.
| By: Saheli Roy Choudhury | Special to CNBC
How to get Microsoft to mentor your big idea The tech giant is running accelerators worldwide to help start-ups in a host of areas—from cloud computing to mobile gaming. The goal: tap big ideas.
| By: Andrew Zaleski, special to CNBC.com
UPDATE 1-Teva Pharm to buy Mexican drugmaker Rimsa for $2.3 bln TEL AVIV, Oct 1- Teva Pharmaceutical Industries has struck a deal to buy Mexican drugmaker Representaciones e Investigaciones Médicas SA for $2.3 billion to strengthen its presence in Latin America. It is Teva's second major acquisition in recent months; in late July it agreed to pay $40.5 billion in cash and stock for Allergan's generics drug business to...
UPDATE 1-Iranian condensate exports at 2015 high as China resumes buying -sources *China sees energy cooperation with Iran as a priority. TOKYO/ BEIJING, Sept 30- Iran's condensate exports in September hit the highest monthly total so far this year, after its top client China resumed buying of the ultra-light crude for the first time in six months, two sources familiar with the matter said. "Unlike crude oil that could be cut back, Iran has had to keep...
| By: Osamu Tsukimori and Chen Aizhu