Twitter needs to act fast - simplify its core product and organise news feeds better, analysts say.
Social network owner spent heavily to boost mobile revenue and develop products like Instagram and WhatsApp.
US Fed leaves the door open for a rate hike at its next meeting for the first time since 2006.
Volkswagen has clinched the top spot in global auto sales for the first half of 2015 by selling 5.04 million vehicles, enough to overtake longtime standout Toyota.
But negotiators hoping to finalise the ambitious trade deal this week warn that sticking points remain.
NZ's reaction to the biggest rout in Chinese shares in eight years is a small decline.
Protecting Pharmac's purchasing model is one of Labour's bottom lines in support for TPP, Labour leader Andrew Little says.
Mitsubishi quits US production to concentrate on building vehicles in Japan, Southeast Asia and Russia.
A raid on central bank reserves and hacking taxpayer accounts were reportedly among plans to prepare a return to the drachma.
US auto safety watchdog has fined Fiat Chrysler a record NZ$159.6m over lapses in safety recalls involving millions of vehicles.
Pacific Rim officials meet in Hawaii this week about an ambitious trade deal which aims to boost growth and set common standards across a dozen economies.
One and a half million vehicles that are vulnerable to hacking will be recalled.
When Bill Cosby needed Quaaludes to give to women he hoped to have sex with, he knew a doctor to turn to.
Mitsubishi has declined to comment on a report that it planned to end auto production in the US.
Ferrari has taken a step closer to a stock market listing in New York, as its parent Fiat Chrysler Automobiles seeks to boost its own coffers to fund an ambitious NZ$79.6b investment plan.
McDonald's hopes to reverse more than a year of declines and will shrink its large US menu.
Ikea begins safety campaign after two toddlers killed when pieces of furniture tipped over.
A disappointing forecast overshadowed a strong rise in sales to China for the iPhone maker.
The cardinal rule for video has been to shoot in horizontal mode - but Snapchat and others are rejecting this approach.
US superstore Target faces intense backlash for top which suggests women are "objects to be bought, won and used."
Prime Minister John Key refuses to be drawn on a push for British forces to begin airstrikes on terror targets in Syria.
Foreign demand for new apartments and houses in Australia eased in the June quarter, but rose in the more restricted market for existing properties.
China is set to grow its modest bullion stocks as it aims for the yuan to become a global reserve currency.
Australians might think Chinese investors have pushed up property prices, but "we ain't seen nothing yet", according to experts.
Adultery website hack may expose addresses, and sexual preferences of millions of would-be cheaters.
Greece reopens its banks and starts the process of paying off billions of euros owed to international creditors.
The President of France has called for the creation of a eurozone government and for citizens to renew their faith in the European project.
Surge in Google stock leaves Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin with a big windfall.
A young couple at the centre of a viral sex video that outraged Chinese authorities have been arrested, reports say.
Cash withdrawal limits will stay in place when Greek banks open for the first time in three weeks.