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The Trumps say they’re opening hotels in Dallas, Nashville and elsewhere. There is no evidence to prove it.
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Trump's alleged hotel deals were false starts, fizzled-out partnerships and, often, there were no signs of deals at all, ProPublica reports. » Read More
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The British pound leaped half a cent to $1.35 on a report that British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson "will resign before the weekend" if Prime Minister Theresa May opposes his demands on Brexit. » Read More
Procter & Gamble urged its shareholders to vote for all of the directors nominated to its board and to reject a bid by Trian's Nelson Peltz to obtain a seat on the board.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel launched her re-election campaign with a scathing attack on German auto bosses on Saturday yet the electorate is unlikely to have been inspired by the criticism, according to ING Germany's chief economist.
Industry groups and other sectors of society are gearing up to fight proposed changes to the personal income tax.
The American workplace is grueling, stressful and surprisingly hostile, a study of 3,066 U.S. workers found.
Even as the ride-hailing service’s future remains unclear, Uber’s board has debated three investment offers that could affect the company’s power structure.
Japan's economy grew better than expected in the second quarter, but a lack of wage growth and labor shortages are likely to cause problems.
A unit of China's Fosun Group and Shanghai Pharmaceuticals Holding Co are among bidders for a stake in U.S. speciality drugmaker Arbor Pharmaceuticals LLC.
Hawks in Washington want to impose sanctions on Chinese banks that may have dealings with North Korean companies, the SCMP reports.
Companies that specialize in selling items to people planning for the worst say they have had a bump in sales.
President Donald Trump will call on Monday for his chief trade adviser to investigate China's intellectual property practices, Politico reported.
J.C. Penney hasn't given as much attention to its women's apparel division, until now, but the push could be too late.
A British real estate agent that drew up a map of where to live in the UK to avoid “any nuclear impact from World War Three” has apologized for the stunt.
The Trump International Hotel had a nearly $2 million profit in the first four months of 2017, according to multiple media reports.
J.C. Penney's stock was in free fall after the besieged retailer turned in a mixed report for the second quarter.
Video game developer Nintendo is being sued by Gamevice, who claims the Nintendo Switch controllers infringe on a product patent.
UK firefighters said Friday they were investigating the cause of smoke on an underground train at Oxford Circus station in the centre of London.
Tech stocks could be set to continue outpacing other industries, an analyst has told CNBC.
GE's new Chief Executive Officer John Flannery made a big bet that the company's flagging fortunes will improve, buying nearly $2.7 million in stock.
Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro has called on President Donald Trump to engage in a “personal conversation” just days after being hit with new sanctions by the U.S.
Recreational vehicles (RVs) - caravans, campervans or motorhomes - are back and picking up a new generation of eager fans just wanting to hit the road.
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