MEXICO CITY/ OTTAWA, May 4- From launching a data-mining drive aiming to find supply-chain pressure points to sending officials to mobilize allies in key U.S. states, Mexico and Canada are bolstering their defenses of a regional trade pact President Donald Trump vows to rewrite. Mexico, for example, has picked out the governors of Texas, Arizona and Indiana as...
*Q1 net sales up 23.6 pct to $13.23 bln vs est $13.21 bln. *Sees Q2 sales of $13.3 bln to 13.8 bln vs est $13.21 bln. Regulators in the United States, Brazil, China, Australia and Canada are yet to clear the deal.
Andrew Liveris, Dow Chemical chairman and CEO, talks about what drove growth this quarter after the company delivered a bigger-than-epxected profit, and it's planned merger with DuPont.
BHP Billiton, Rio Tinto and Anglo American, whose chairmen have all announced their intention to step down, are also generating healthy cash flows, putting them under pressure to give more money back to shareholders. The task to find the right candidates is particularly urgent for BHP Billiton and Anglo American due to the growing influence of major investors...
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The Treasury secretary is learning how virtually every syllable out of his mouth is being parsed and traded upon.
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Dow Chemical CEO Andrew Liveris and Ford Motor Co. CEO Mark Fields speak to reporters about the meeting between manufacturing CEOs and President Trump.
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Jim Cramer is disgusted with the tactics taken by this hedge fund activist.