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Mitt Romney's tone has changed in the last month, indicating he will make a third run for the White House, Politico's Ben White says.
Dollar General reined in its full-year sales forecast and said it remained committed to buying Family Dollar Stores.
A firm found that Uber's growth decelerated by 3.6 percent during the week of November 17, when negative news came out about Uber. Re/code reports.
Unilever will separate its spreads business, which includes Flora and Bertolli margarine, into a standalone company. The NYT reports.
David Beckham wants the world to know that his new deal with Global Brands isn't just about him.
Takata acknowledged that it still does not know what is causing air bag explosions but insisted a broader recall to remedy the problem is misguided.
Former Microsoft Chief Executive Steve Ballmer and civil rights activist Jesse Jackson livened up the technology company's annual shareholder meeting.
Caterpillar CEO Douglas Oberhelman tells CNBC that company growth is tied to a healthy economy, which is possible by embracing immigrants.
U.S. auto regulators called Takata Corp's response to its demand for a nationwide recall "disappointing".
SGX on Wed delayed its securities market trading due to a software problem, a month after a power failure suspended trading in stocks and derivatives.
Property developers will get a negligible lift from the country's first benchmark interest rate cut in two years as sales slip and banks pull back on lending to the sector.
Bricks-and-mortar retailers, which have attacked Amazon for profiting from what they call a sales tax loophole, now target Alibaba. FT reports.
The ruble looked set for its steepest one-day fall since the Russian financial crisis of 1998, plunging about 4 percent as oil prices tumble.
GSK will ax hundreds of U.S. jobs in its biggest market as the drugmaker starts implementing a major cost-saving program.
Germany's biggest utility E.ON announced plans on Sunday to split in two and spin off most of its power generation, energy trading and upstream businesses.
A law has been drafted that will make Germany's top companies give women 30 percent of seats on non-executive boards.
British holiday company Thomas Cook said its chief executive Harriet Green was stepping down, two years after leading a turnaround of the group.
ING, the largest Dutch bank, said on Tuesday it would scrap 1,700 jobs over the next three years as part of an online banking push.
Indonesia's president said on Monday he will slash the travel budget for his cabinet to free up funds for reforms in Southeast Asia's biggest economy.
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