HUSTLE AND BUSTLE: Pedestrians cross a street in front of tramways in Hong Kong, where French companies Transdev and RATP Development are planning to modernise tram systems. (Philippe Lopez, AFP)
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Asian markets mostly rose, adding to the previous day's rally, following a positive lead from Wall Street while concerns over the Ukraine air crash crisis ease.
The 2014 Sanlam/Business Partners Entrepreneur of the Year judging panel has selected 15 finalists to advance to the final round of the competition.
With more coffee shops per square mile than probably anywhere on earth, opening a cafe in Vietnam's capital could be a bit of a gamble.
Bank of England officials have discussed whether there was a case for an early rate rise to cool the economy, but were held back in part by low wage growth.
Jet Airways, India's second-biggest carrier, expects a return to profit in three years through cost-cuts, route-sharing with Etihad and restructuring of debt.
British banks have reported their first sizeable increase in mortgage approvals in five months.
Two security experts who exposed methods for hacking the Toyota Prius and Ford Escape say they have developed technology that would keep automobiles safe from cyber attacks.
Turkey's national carrier has decided to temporarily halt its direct flights to Tel Aviv due to the Gaza conflict between Israel and the Palestinians.