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Syngenta's chairman said any takeover offer needed to be at a fair price and provide a high degree of certainty that it will clear regulatory hurdles.
Uber has banned riders and drivers from carrying guns, the company announced Friday, NBC News reports.
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Nearly two-thirds of all companies have all-white boardrooms in 2015, up from 61 businesses in 2014 to 62 this year.
Bouygues said separately that its board would meet on Tuesday to discuss what it called Altice's "unsolicited offer."
India is set to change listing rules for startups this week amid fears of an exodus of fast-growing technology companies to Singapore and the U.S.
Cigna on Sunday rejected an increased $53.8 billion bid from Anthem as inadequate.
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Pixar's latest film will bring a slight boost to Disney's bottom line, FBR Capital Markets' Barton Crockett said.
New data by Nielsen reveals that rosé is growing in popularity at a rapid clip, including among men.
Hillary Clinton remains a likely nominee for president. But her campaign now is a hot mess, especially on trade, Politico's Ben White says.
On Wall Street, Casual Fridays can't make your career, but they can certainly BREAK it, says Turney Duff.
Hold on, Donald Trump. You haven't found your would-be Secretary of Treasury yet.
He's faced some tough choices, but Target CEO Brian Cornell is nailing it, says ex-Medtronic CEO Bill George.
Those who buy human breast milk via unregulated online sites are opening themselves to risk of disease including HIV, a U.K. study has found.
Shares of Fitbit opened 52 percent above their IPO price, putting it on track to rank among the top 10 stock market debuts of the year.
Airbnb is in talks to raise $1 billion in venture capital, the New York Times reports.
H.J. Heinz said Berkshire Hathaway bought an additional 5.4 percent stake, making it the majority shareholder in the ketchup company.
Even without awards, a motion picture with memorable characters will win over the hearts - and wallets - of people everywhere.
Indian IT giants have struggled to keep pace with start-ups and now find themselves seeking more flexible structures.