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  • NEW YORK— U.S. stocks made their biggest gain since March on Tuesday as technology companies like Apple and Microsoft soared. Stocks opened higher following hefty gains in Europe. "A little bit of good data has reminded people that things are actually OK," said David Lefkowitz, senior equity strategist at UBS Wealth Management.

  • NEW YORK, May 24- Sumner Redstone, chairman emeritus of Viacom Inc said on Tuesday he has appointed two new trustees to a trust that will determine the direction of the media conglomerate and CBS.

  • DUBAI, United Arab Emirates— Officials in Dubai have announced a new, $270- million project to build homes and shops along part of the under-construction Dubai canal. The project called Marasi Business Bay will be built by Dubai Holding, a conglomerate controlled by the emirate's ruler, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum. Business Bay is a neighborhood of...

  • SAO PAULO, May 23- Italian industrial conglomerate Techint Group on Monday bought 193.5 million reais worth of shares in Usinas Siderúrgicas de Minas Gerais, as part of a capital plan aimed at shoring up the Brazilian steelmaker. Techint, through several units, including steelmaker Ternium SA, bought 38.7 million shares in Usiminas, as the company is known, to...

  • May 23- Viacom Inc Chief Executive Philippe Dauman on Monday sued media mogul Sumner Redstone's daughter in a battle to keep his position on a trust that will determine the direction of the media conglomerate and CBS. Dauman's lawsuit is the latest turn in the struggle for control between the CEO and Shari Redstone, who is vice chair of both Viacom and CBS and...

  • BRASILIA, May 20- Brazil's federal police on Friday said they widened a probe of construction conglomerate Odebrecht SA to investigate possible money laundering and influence peddling in contracts awarded for projects in Angola. At least one relative to former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva was targeted by the operation that included four search and...

  • *Port business may get boost as more goods pour into Myanmar. On Tuesday, Washington eased some restrictions on Myanmar but also strengthened measures against Law by adding six firms connected to him and his conglomerate, Asia World, to the Treasury blacklist. Yet the blacklisting, which attracted considerable attention in Myanmar, looks like a formality given...

  • LISBON, May 17- Fosun Group, China's largest private conglomerate, is aiming to become a world leader in insurance, tourism and healthcare but also has a "clear plan" to reduce its debts, chairman and co-founder Guo Guangchang said on Tuesday. Fosun has spent about $30 billion in the past two decades outside China, mainly acquiring insurance and real estate assets in...

  • WASHINGTON— U.S. companies have found it can be tough to do business in China. Now, as more Chinese firms invest in the United States, they're finding it can be hard to contend with Chinese companies on American turf, too. AVIC argued that the arbitration panel was stacked against it and that it wasn't directly involved in the wind project, though its subsidiaries...

  • BOGOTA, May 12- Construction firm Odebrecht will transfer to another company much of its $847.5 million majority stake in a project to make Colombia's Magdalena River navigable, as it faces corruption allegations in Brazil, Colombian officials said on Thursday. Odebrecht, Latin America's largest engineering conglomerate, will relinquish 50 to 75 percent of...

  • MOSCOW, May 12- Russian state-controlled telecoms operator Rostelecom said on Thursday it has set up a joint venture with industrial conglomerate Rostec to produce their own network equipment. Russian network operators currently rely heavily on foreign equipment producers such as Nokia Corp, Ericsson, Huawei and Samsung for their hardware, which has...

  • *Firm looking at U.S., India, Indonesia, Vietnam, China. DHAHRAN, Saudi Arabia, May 10- Saudi Arabia's state-owned oil giant Aramco is finalising proposals for its partial privatisation and will present them to its Supreme Council soon, its chief executive said about the centrepiece of the kingdom's efforts to overhaul its economy. They will be presented "soon" to...

  • *Firm looking at U.S., India, Indonesia, Vietnam, China. DHAHRAN, Saudi Arabia, May 10- Saudi Arabia's state-owned oil giant Aramco is finalizing proposals for its partial privatization and will present them to its Supreme Council soon, its chief executive said about the centerpiece of the kingdom's efforts to overhaul its economy. They will be presented "soon" to...

  • *JSW Group one of India's most indebted conglomerates. MUMBAI/ NEW DELHI, May 10- India's JSW Steel Ltd has bid for the British operations of Tata Steel Ltd, two sources with direct knowledge of the matter confirmed on Tuesday, prompting concerns about its debt levels and putting pressure on its shares. JSW Steel said in a statement it was evaluating UK steel assets...

  • *Firm looking at U.S., India, Indonesia, Vietnam, China. DHAHRAN, Saudi Arabia, May 10- Saudi Arabia's state-owned oil giant is finalising options for its partial privatisation and will present them to its Supreme Council soon, its chief executive said about the centrepiece of the kingdom's efforts to overhaul its economy. "We are looking at the current market status...

  • *JSW Group one of India's most indebted conglomerates. MUMBAI/ NEW DELHI, May 10- India's JSW Steel Ltd has bid for the British operations of Tata Steel Ltd, two sources with direct knowledge of the matter confirmed, worrying bankers about its high debt levels and pulling down JSW shares on Tuesday. Mumbai- based JSW Steel unsuccessfully bid in 2014 to buy some assets...

  • TOKYO, May 10- Japan's giant trading houses are looking for new paths to profitability after some of them racked up the first losses in their history on Tuesday, stung by a global commodities slump. The companies are set to boost investment in diverse sectors such as food and healthcare, broadening further beyond a traditional focus on supplying commodities to...

  • RIYADH, May 8- Managing Saudi Arabia's new energy mega-ministry, set to oversee over half the economy and designed to cut through a tangled bureaucracy to make government more coherent and efficient, will be a formidable challenge. The new Energy, Industry and Mineral Resources Ministry, under Khalid al-Falih, already chairman of state oil company Saudi Aramco,...

  • Net income for Berkshire rose to $5.59 billion, or $3,401 per Class A share, from $5.16 billion, or $3,143 per share. Operating profit fell 12 percent to $3.74 billion, or $2,274 per Class A share, from $4.24 billion, or $2,583 per share. Analysts on average had expected operating profit of about $2,759 per share, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S, before Berkshire...

  • LONDON, May 4- Denmark's A.P. The recently-streamlined conglomerate still considers Maersk Oil as core to its business and for years the expectation was that the Qatar field would be part of this as Maersk would renew a 25- year production agreement when its licence ran out in 2017.. "On Qatar, yes, we are in a tender process.