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Abu Dhabi has set its sights on developing a booming financial services sector in a continued push to diversify the UAE's oil-dependent economy. » Read More
Wynn Resorts board gives nod for $1.5 billion lagoon-theme park in Las Vegas, stock pops 4% on earnings beat
By: Jeff Daniels
Wynn Resorts plans to start construction as early as December on its $1.5 billion Paradise Park, a waterfront development in Las Vegas, it revealed Tuesday » Read More
The United States and South Korea have agreed to deploy THAAD in response to threat of missile launches by North Korea. » Read More
Doing this one thing can lead to improvements in cognitive abilities, regardless of your current brain health, David Oliver writes in US News & World Report.
North Korea will continue its nuclear program and the U.S. cannot count on China to deter the threat, experts told a Senate panel Tuesday.
The SEC plans to review a decision last month to deny a request to list what would have been the first U.S. ETF built to track bitcoin.
Elliott, The activist hedge fund, urged Arconic's shareholders to elect all four of its nominees to Arconic's board.
A flash flood of fruit juice from a beverage plant in southern Russia has flowed into a town's streets and into the River Don.
The most popular driver of NASCAR announced his retirement after being plagued by concussions during the last several years.
Union organizers for Tesla’s Fremont factory says the company is illegally preventing workers from distributing information about the unionization effort. Buzzfeed reports.
Coke announced Tuesday it will eliminate 1,200 jobs, focusing on a "lean" corporate center.
3M, which makes Scotch tape and Post-it notes, reported a 3.8 percent rise in quarterly profit.
Coca-Cola's first-quarter earnings miss expectations by a penny a share.
LVMH plans to buy out minority shareholders in Christian Dior, a transaction aimed at boosting LVMH's earnings.
DuPont, which is merging with Dow Chemical, reported a slightly lower profit, hurt partly by one-time charges associated with their $130 billion merger.
French presidential finalists Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen should put labour reforms front and centre of their election campaigns, says Randstad.
Mobile telecom equipment maker Ericsson also said industry trends in mobile broadband from 2016 were expected to prevail in 2017.
SAP, Europe's largest software company, reported slightly lower-than-expected first-quarter core profit.
Swedish banking group Swedbank reported first-quarter net earnings above market expectations on Tuesday.
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