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China's ambassador to the U.S. on Friday called on the U.S. to refrain from making threats over North Korea.
Google said it disabled a "majority" of the offensive keywords that advertisers could use to target people searching for racist topics.
Facebook gave Mueller more records on Russian ad purchases than it provided to Congress last week, the WSJ reported Friday, citing sources.
Toys 'R' Us is working on getting a loan to fund operations in a potential bankruptcy filing possible before the holidays, sources said.
An oil-rich, Kurdish province in Iraq plans a referendum on independence this month, prompting fears of another Middle East conflict.
It would be "wrong" to tweak portfolios in a knee-jerk reaction to North Korean missiles, said the co-CEO of Standard Life Aberdeen.
Steve O'Neil, CEO at solar panel maker REC, said the cost of solar energy is also expected to come down due to improvements in technology.
Barclays CEO Jes Staley has done "a fantastic job" in restructuring the bank despite facing regulatory probe, chairman John McFarlane said.
The Philippines appears committed to expanding infrastructure, which could bring about huge opportunities for businesses, said Ayala's CEO.
The biggest factor influencing businesses today is technology, said a bank executive on Friday.
Joseph Incalcaterra of HSBC Global Research explains why Indonesia and the Philippines could be among the least impacted countries in Southeast Asia by the ongoing U.S.-China trade war.
Patrick Moorhead of Moor Insights & Strategy says the European Union's $5 billion fine on Google is unlikely to have a "big impact" in the long-term as long as the company's services remain competitive.
Gareth Aird of Commonwealth Bank says the falling home prices in Australia have not had a "negative effect" on household sentiment.