NEW YORK (Reuters) – U.S. prosecutors on Thursday asked a judge to jail Martin Shkreli while he awaits sentencing for securities fraud, after a Facebook post by the former drug company executive about Hillary Clinton prompted an investigation by the U….
(Reuters) – Heinz ketchup maker Kraft Heinz Co said on Friday 3G Capital partner David Knopf would replace Paulo Basilio as its chief financial officer, starting in October.
(Reuters) – The Federal Bureau of Investigation is probing to see if Uber Technologies Inc [UBER.UL] had used software to illegally interfere with its competitors, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday.
(Reuters) – U.S. stock index futures were lower on Friday as Hurricane Irma bore down on Florida even as Texas struggles with the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey.
BOSTON (Reuters) – New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer is wielding more clout as he presses more than 150 U.S. companies to detail plans to diversify their boardrooms.
LONDON (Reuters) – Uber [UBER.UL] will cease using diesel cars in London by the end of 2019 and the vast majority of rides will be in electric or hybrid vehicles by then, the taxi app said on Friday.
SEOUL/SHANGHAI (Reuters) – Shares in Hyundai Motor and its suppliers slid on Friday on fresh worries over their position in China after highly critical state newspaper comments, even as the South Korean automaker managed to get a Chinese car plant res…
PARIS (Reuters) – The French investigation into alleged emissions cheating by PSA Group found that suspect software had been used on almost 2 million vehicles sold by the maker of Peugeot and Citroen cars, Le Monde reported on Friday.
FLORENCE (Reuters) – The initial findings of Germany’s investigation of U.S. social network company Facebook over possible market abuse will be announced by the end of the year, the country’s cartel office said on Friday.
LONDON (Reuters) – Oil prices steadied on Friday after almost a week of sharp rises as Hurricane Irma, one of the most powerful storms in a century, drove towards Florida after tearing through the Caribbean.
FRANKFURT (Reuters) – European Central Bank policymakers meeting on Thursday were in broad agreement their next step would be to cut bond purchases, with four options under consideration, two sources with direct knowledge of the discussion said.
HANOI (Reuters) – Carlsberg is keen on expanding its stake in Habeco , one of Vietnam’s biggest brewers, to at least 51 percent, a local news website reported, citing a Habeco executive.
TOKYO (Reuters) – A group including Western Digital is seeking around 50 billion yen ($464 million) from Apple Inc to help finance a bid for Toshiba Corp’s memory chip unit, Kyodo news agency reported on Friday.
LONDON (Reuters) – The dollar remained mired near its lowest levels since early 2015 as European Central Bank President Mario Draghi’s suggestion that the ECB may begin tapering its massive stimulus program this autumn continued to underpin the euro.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Oil markets were mixed on Friday, with Brent crude supported by expectations that Saudi Arabia could cut its October supplies, while U.S. crude was weighed down by refinery outages due to damage from Hurricane Harvey, which dented…
LONDON (Reuters) – When oil giant Saudi Aramco discloses its financials for the first time next year, it must either surprise investors with world record profits or reduce its aspirations for a $2 trillion valuation in its initial public offering (IPO)…
SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Oil prices rose on Friday as U.S. crude production was hit harder by Hurricane Harvey than expected, with the even bigger storm Irma heading for Florida and threatening to cause more disruption to the petroleum industry.
HOUSTON (Reuters) – The world’s largest oilfield services company, Schlumberger NV, is spending billions of dollars buying stakes in its customers’ oil and gas projects – investing in the same ventures it supplies with equipment and expertise.
TOKYO (Reuters) – Asian shares firmed on Friday, supported by solid Chinese trade data, while the dollar skidded after European Central Bank President Mario Draghi suggested the central bank may begin tapering its massive stimulus programme this autumn…
NEW YORK/HOUSTON (Reuters) – Oil and petrochemical plants along the U.S. Gulf Coast intend to go ahead with plans for near record spending on expansions next year, despite Hurricane Harvey driving up labor costs and slowing work, experts said.
CHICAGO (Reuters) – Monsanto Co filed a petition on Thursday asking Arkansas agricultural officials to reject a proposed date next year that would end sprayings of the herbicide dicamba, which has been linked to crop damage across the U.S. farm belt.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Oil prices were little changed on Friday as the international petroleum industry remains in the grip of Caribbean hurricanes which have pummeled the region for the last two weeks.
TOKYO (Reuters) – Asian shares edged up on Friday as investors kept a wary eye on another U.S. storm, while the dollar skidded after European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi suggested the bank may begin tapering its massive stimulus program this autum…
BOSTON (Reuters) – Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey announced a settlement on Thursday in which fantasy sports companies DraftKings Inc and FanDuel Inc will pay a combined $2.6 million to resolve a probe of what she called unfair and decepti…
CALGARY, Alberta (Reuters) – TransCanada Corp seeks to suspend the application for its Energy East pipeline for 30 days and may abandon the project, the company said on Thursday, weeks after Canada’s National Energy Board (NEB) announced a tougher rev…
(Reuters) – Wall Street ended little changed on Thursday after a moderate late-day rally as media stocks, which slumped on negative business updates from Walt Disney and Comcast, were offset by gains in healthcare shares.
(Reuters) – Shares of Walt Disney Co and Comcast Corp tumbled on Thursday after Disney warned of stagnant earnings and No. 1 cable operator Comcast forecast more subscriber losses.
(Reuters) – Amazon.com Inc said on Thursday it would build a $5 billion second headquarters in North America, kicking off a competition between cities and states to offer tax cuts and incentives that could bring 50,000 new jobs.
(Reuters) – Wall Street edged lower on Thursday as media stocks weighed after negative business updates from Walt Disney and Comcast and as another powerful storm neared the United States.