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Google funneled €8.8 billion of royalty payments to Bermuda last year, a strategy that is saving the US internet group billions of dollars in tax.
Proxy advisory group ISS has urged Twenty-First Century Fox Inc shareholders to vote against the reelection of Chairman Rupert Murdoch and some other board members at an annual shareholders meeting this month, criticizing the company's adoption of a poison pill.
Sharp market movement—and resulting political panic—may be what forces an agreement that re-opens the government and raises the debt ceiling.
A disavowal from the White House press secretary illustrates how the shutdown is rooted in bitter distrust between the administration and GOP leaders.
HTC is against the idea of a takeover, said Cher Wang co-founder and chairperson, which reported its first-ever quarterly loss on Friday.
Chrysler said it will recall an estimated 132,000 sport utility vehicles globally, mostly in the United States, to address potential software problems.
U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron used his closing speech at his party's conference to reiterate the Conservatives' commitment to business, calling Britain "the land of opportunity".
J Sainsbury, Britain's third-biggest grocer, met forecasts with a pick-up in quarterly sales driven by growth at local convenience stores and online, outperforming rivals including market leader Tesco.
Three of the top investors in Microsoft are lobbying the board for Bill Gates to step down as chairman of the software company he co-founded.
Consumer goods company Unilever warned on Monday that a slowdown in its emerging markets accelerated in the third quarter and it now expects underlying sales growth of just 3 to 3.5 percent in the period.
Negotiations between JPMorgan Chase and U.S. officials to resolve allegations the bank mis-sold mortgage securities in the run-up to the financial crisis are focusing on how credit and blame will be distributed in any settlement, people familiar with the matter say, the FT reports.
A start-up is trying to tackle the problem of world hunger with what it hopes will be a game-changing idea? Bugs.
Mazda is recalling 161,400 Mazda6 sedans in the United States because loose screws could cause the side doors to come open.
There were some signs on Sunday that the House may try and find a last minute solution to keep the federal lights on at least for a few more days.
There’s good news and bad news about trucking. The good news is freight is up (kind of)The bad news? Maybe not enough trucks.
CNBC's Maria Bartiromo shares her observation on market uncertainty as who will replace Fed chairman Bernanke is still unknown.
If a government shutdown doesn't happen and Republicans move their fight over Obamacare to the debt ceiling, chances of a default crisis will rise.
Concerns surrounding 'big data' gleaned from user transactions on Chinese e-commerce Alibaba's businesses may delay the company's U.S. listing.
Since China opened up to foreign investment, some of America's most powerful corporations have gone in confidently, only to stagger out defeated. The Global Post reports.
Indonesia highlights the struggling company's failure to embrace the emerging economies that are leading smartphone sales growth across the globe.
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