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A long-held favorite on Wall Street, Apple has hit a few road bumps thus far in 2016.
CEO Marwan Fawaz sent a note to employees, in which he also explicitly says that "Nest is not for sale," The Verge reports.
Jeff Bezos that Amazon will pour $3 billion more into its India operations, reported Recode.
If you look at Bernie Sanders' late-night address Tuesday, you'll find a concession speech hiding in there, Politico's Ben White says.
Fidelity has walked out of a Jamie Dimon-led effort to create a code of best practice for US boardrooms, the Financial Times reported.
Consumer electronics firm Withings has designed a set of scales that can check the health of your heart as well as your weight, the company claims.
Tesla Motors is working exclusively with Panasonic Corp to supply batteries for the Model 3, the automaker's CEO said.
Suzuki Motor Corp's Chief Executive and Chairman Osamu Suzuki will give up his CEO title while Exec Vice President Osamu Honda will retire.
Heineken is pouring money into Vietnam, which lags only Mexico on profitability, the Dutch beverage giant's APAC president tells CNBC.
The U.K.’s referendum on whether it remains part of the EU may just be over two weeks away, but if citizens want their say, they have until tonight to register.
Twitter's head of consumer products was tapped for the role last fall but is going back to his former gig, Recode reports.
Heiress Poman Lo has a life lesson for any young person weighing up whether to work in the family business: don't stop dreaming.
The Central Asian country once lampooned by Sacha Baron Cohen's bumbling character Borat offers great potential for international retailers.
T-Mobile announced Monday it will give existing and new customers a share of its stock and launch an app for deals.
Blizzard Entertainment said that it will start livestreaming API into its video games allowing gaming sessions going directly to FB.
Several European technology start-ups with offices or markets in the U.K. appear deeply concerned about the upcoming ‘Brexit’ referendum.
McKinsey has built up a secretive $5 billion internal investment arm that manages the fortunes of its partners, the Financial Times reports.
Without backing from the family business or an inheritance, Indian women armed only with a big idea have won the funds to set up companies.
Chinese retail giant Suning Commerce Group has agreed to buy a 68.55 percent stake in Italian soccer club Inter Milan.
Saudi Arabia's National Transformation Plan will be put before the cabinet for approval on Monday, a senior Saudi source told Reuters.
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