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Ford is giving up on making small cars in the U.S. and plans to move production of its compact cars to Mexico, reports the NYT.
The Culinary Union is going to "build" a wall of taco trucks outside Trump's Las Vegas hotel, reports Buzzfeed.
Fiat Chrysler is recalling more than 86,000 trucks and police cars mainly in North America to fix a short circuit in the alternators.
Salesforce.com had weighed 14 possible acquisition targets in May, including Adobe, according to leaked emails, The WSJ reported on Tuesday.
The Oscar-winning actor said he will return any gifts or donations connected to a Malaysian wealth fund.
BHP Billiton said it is seeing signs of recovery in commodities markets but cautioned that supply was still running ahead of demand.
Former Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf resigned from the board of directors of Chevron and Target on Monday.
The chairman of jetBlue shares what he says are three key ingredients for making a business great.
Harley-Davidson facing falling motorcycle sales around the world, said on Tuesday it plans to streamline its operations
Paris' business district has unveiled an advertising campaign encouraging finance workers in the City of London to relocate.
Johnson & Johnson reported third-quarter revenue and profit ahead of Wall Street estimates, fueled by strong sales in its prescription drugs business.
Many companies are unprepared for new European regulations that will require higher standards of data protection, according to a new survey.
Trade protectionism talk during the U.S. election is having a chilling effect on U.S. aerospace manufacturers eyeing Mexico.
Companies which fail to check for infringements on human rights in their supply chain are putting themselves at risk, according to a report.
In a clear sign that the glut is abating, oil in floating storage has plummeted in the past few months.
The drop in gaming shares after China's detention of employees of Crown Resorts may have opened up a buying opportunity for the sector.
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