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West Virginia floods could cost agribusinesses more than $10 million in losses, though the exact amount is still being tallied.
Sony has revised up its earnings forecast for it gaming and virtual reality (VR) divisions in its latest corporate strategy meeting.
It's official. Superstar basketball player LeBron James is a free agent ... again.
Honeywell said Chief Operating Officer Darius Adamczyk will succeed company veteran Dave Cote as chief executive next year.
Minimum-wage rates will rise this week in Los Angeles, Chicago and San Francisco. Tech automation is helping some retailers cope with wage inflation.
Xerox has named the managing director of Icahn Enterprises unit Icahn Capital, has been appointed to the company's board of directors.
Viacom's board rejected an offer by Sumner Redstone's attorneys to have one of Viacom's independent directors meet face-to-face with the media mogul.
Takata CEO Shigehisa Takada said on Tuesday he would resign after a "new regime" is found for the auto parts supplier.
Ikea has issued a recall for at least 27 million chests and dressers that can easily tip over onto children, NBC News confirmed.
EU leaders aren't likely to follow the UK's lead and jump ship, says this former UK ambassador to the EU. But will Brexit fever hit the US with a President Trump?
Brexit worries weighed on chemical stocks Monday as many companies in the sector have 'significant' exposure to Europe.
The market reaction to Brexit may become a new nightmare for Donald Trump's troubled campaign, Politico's Ben White says.
The pace of mergers and acquisitions in agribusiness shows no signs of letting up.
Here are a few quick thoughts from former BBC economics correspondent Duncan Weldon on what he sees as the most pressing problems in the UK right now.
As the world tries to make sense of the U.K.'s historic vote, three sectors could be especially hard hit.
The oil and gas industry is set for fresh uncertainty as Scottish politicians call for an independence referendum after the EU referendum.
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