What Happened on 22 July 2015
North Korea has said it has no interest in negotiations similar to those that led to a landmark nuclear deal… Read More.
Muhsin al-Fadhli, the leader of al-Qaeda offshoot Khorasan Group, has been killed in a US air strike in Read More.
Citibank has been ordered to pay $700 million to American customers who were reportedly overcharged by the bank. The US… Read More.
Yahoo has posted a net loss of $21.6 million in the three months to June 30, but chief executive Marissa… Read More.
Hisao Tanaka, the president and chief executive of Japanese firm Toshiba, has resigned after the company admitted it had overstated… Read More.
Chinese firm Huawei has said its global sales of smartphones have increased by 39% in the first six months of… Read More.
Microsoft has posted a net quarterly loss of $3.2 billion after reporting $8.4 billion in writedowns. The technology giant had earlier… Read More.
Technology giant Apple has reported a record third quarter, with profits boosting from a surge in demand for iPhones. In… Read More.
Greek lawmakers are voting on a second set of reforms required to secure the bailout agreement. If the parliament backs… Read More.
Anonymous, a hacktivist group, is stepping up its efforts aimed at targeting Twitter accounts sympathetic to the Read More.
Wayne Carson, the American composer behind the hit Elvis Presley song ‘Always on my Mind’, has died. He was 72. After… Read More.
American writer EL Doctorow, acclaimed for novels such as Billy Bathgate and Ragtime, has died, aged 84. He was reportedly… Read More.