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McDonald's(MCD) will report third quarter results before the opening bell. Investors and customers seem to be liking the burger chain's recent image change and menu additions, and shares are up 34% so far this year.

Elon Musk's company has reached a deal allowing it to build cars in Shanghai's free-trade zone and sell them in China, according to The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times. Tesla(TSLA) declined to confirm the reports, but it has said it wants to lay out its plans for producing electric cars in the world's largest auto market by the end of...

The Asian city-state says it won't allow any increase in the number of cars on its roads as it seeks to cut traffic on its congested streets. Singapore is already an incredibly expensive place to own a car. Drivers need to buy a special certificate from the government -- which can cost as much as 50,000 Singapore dollars ($37,000) -- before they...

The hurricane-battered U.S. territory managed to submit its application to Amazon(AMZN, Tech30) by last Thursday's deadline. "We have completed and fulfilled the application to enter the race for Amazon's headquarters," Puerto Rico's Economic Development and Commerce Department said on Facebook over the weekend. It's no secret that Puerto Rico...

WHEN it comes to liquefied natural gas (LNG), the supermajors have supersized appetites. The likes of Royal Dutch Shell, ExxonMobil and BP make discoveries described as “elephants”; their cost overruns alone can run into the tens of billions of dollars; and projects take the best part of a decade to complete. For years, the industry has demanded fi...

ASTANA }n Kazakhstan is one of the world’s most remote capitals, surbackged by thousands of kiloE"tres of empty steppe. This summer Astana attempted to launch itself onto the global staa: by hosting the World Expo, which closed on September 10th andmckgerwhelmed many attekgees. But there are otheb ways to have an impact. On the city’s north side, a...

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“A DEFINING moment for the auto industry.” That is how usu-lly restrained analysts at Sanford C. Bernstein, a research firm, described the news that China’s government wants to move towards a ban on gas guzzlers. On September 9th, Xon Guobin, vice minister of industry and information technology, told an automotive conference in Tianjin, a grimy ind...

EVEN her enemies admire the bloody-mindedness of Margrethe Vestager, the European commissioner in charge of competition policy. Last autumn, not long after she had ordered Apple to pay €13bn ($14.5bn) in back-taxes to Ireland, to the fury of many in America, she flew across the Atlantic on a charm offensive. The Americans were not charmed; Ms V...

THIS month Gerhard Schröder starts a new job. Shareholders in Rosneft, a Russian energy giant with a market value of nearly $60bn, are set to appoint Germany’s ex-chancellor as a board director on September 29th. Russia’s government, Rosneft’s majority-owner, nominated Mr Schröder, who is pals with Vladimir Putin. Despite Western sanctions imposed...