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Japan's Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group Inc (MUFG) said it has picked Amsterdam as its European Union investment banking base.
Target also says it will hire 4,500 people at its distribution and fulfillment centers.
Apple's facial recognition system Face ID may not prove popular with consumers who do not trust biometric security
Britain's unemployment rate unexpectedly fell further to its lowest since 1975 during the three months to July.
Insurance firms are facing increasing competitive pressure on all fronts due to the rise of insurance technology (insurtech), according to a report.
Royal Caribbean's CEO told CNBC's Closing Bell the cruise operator will resume a "normal schedule" by this weekend but now in hurricane relief mode.
With both Old Navy and Athleta, Gap has delivered stronger comparable sales growth in recent quarters.
Despite cancelled sailings and other impacts from Irma and Harvey, it won't 'derail strong trends' in the industry, according to Wedbush.
The Trump administration is handling a push for a tax reform bill in a superior way to the health-care debacle, Politico's Ben White says.
Turkey is moving full steam ahead on its plans to buy a Russian air defense system and already made a deposit, according to Turkish media.
But there are good reasons to believe that Beijing will not seek retribution, Financial Times reports.
Ahead of Hurricane Irma, industries including air travel, freight and amusement parks were bracing for the storm, N.Y. Times reports.
The volume of shoppers in stores was compared with the prior Monday and Tuesday, Foursquare said, before Amazon announced its price cuts.
Despite their small market share, electric vehicles are poised to take over the auto industry, said Bernstein's Toni Sacconaghi.
The long, slow process of going through airport security is one step closer to speeding up.
The British government said it was minded to refer Rupert Murdoch's takeover of pay-TV group Sky for a full investigation to examine whether it would uphold broadcasting standards, knocking Sky's share price sharply.
Security firm FireEye found that North Korean hackers targeted at least three South Korean cryptocurrency exchanges.
Norway's Conservative Prime Minister Erna Solberg declared victory after a parliamentary election, defeating a Labour-led opposition.
Insolvent Air Berlin said it is cancelling around 70 flights on Tuesday after pilots called in sick in unusually high numbers.
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