TOKYO - Japan began deliberating its 2030 targets for power generation on Friday, a process likely to turn contentious when nuclear restarts are considered even as the much delayed cleanup at Fukushima continues four years after the meltdowns there.
LONDON - Britain's markets watchdog will consider imposing a deadline on customers claiming compensation for the mis-selling of loan insurance, potentially drawing a line under the country's costliest consumer finance scandal.
* Banks have dealt with 14 million complaints (Recasts, adds comment from consumer group, background)
ZURICH - The world players' union FIFPro has said it will take legal action to ensure players who are not paid on time are free to look for a new club.
KUALA LUMPUR - The undersea search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 has covered almost a third of its target area, Malaysian authorities said on Friday, adding that they were confident the aircraft is in the zone.
MADRID, Jan 30 - Spanish government-controlled lender Bankia has postponed publication of its 2014 results while it awaits a decision on the potential compensation bill relating to its ill-fated 2011 public listing.
KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 30 - The undersea search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 has covered almost a third of its target area, Malaysian authorities said on Friday, adding that they were confident the aircraft is in the zone.
LONDON, Jan 30 - Britain's markets watchdog will collect evidence on whether consumers mis-sold loan insurance are being compensated properly, after lenders have paid out 17.3 billion pounds ($26 billion) already in the country's costliest financial scandal.
JAKARTA, Jan 30 - PT Blue Bird Tbk, Indonesia's biggest taxi operator, said the daughter of its late founder is seeking up to 6.65 trillion rupiah ($527 million) in compensation for the company's use of the Blue Bird Taxi brand and Blue Bird logo.
NORILSK, Russia - Russia's financial crisis is posing a stark challenge to the country's largest mining company. How can Norilsk Nickel protect the living standards of thousands of workers cut off inside the inhospitable Arctic while also satisfying its shareholders?