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Akzo Nobel, the Dutch maker of Dulux paint, reported lower-than-expected third-quarter operating earnings of 383 million euros.
Former presidential strategist Steve Bannon doubled down on his criticism of the GOP establishment at a Tuesday night fundraiser for a challenger to Arizona's incumbent Sen. Jeff Flake.
Boeing Co said that Bombardier Inc's CSeries jets could still be hit with high US import duties, even if they are assembled in Alabama.
U.K.-based InterContinental Hotels announced it is planning to bring two hotel brands to China and Asia Pacific.
Malaysia Airlines CEO Peter Bellew is leaving after just over a year in charge to return to Ryanair as chief operations officer.
Mark Dunkerley said that, in the past, Hawaiian has responded well to increased competition in service to the popular vacation destination.
Lawyers argue the ban on foreign money is meant for the president in his official capacity. Trump's business arrangements should be addressed by Congress.
George Soros transferred the bulk of his wealth to his charitable organization, the Open Society Foundations.
The aggressive overhaul of CSX by CEO Hunter Harrison is not quite a success yet.
"This valuation number is hard to even call it a number. It really is an illusionist trick," Galloway said.
At this point, even President Donald Trump doesn't know who the next Fed chair will be, Politico's Ben White says.
PG&E could be on the hook for up to $6 billion in damages if found liable for the California wildfires, according to a fire attorney.
Uber faced a year of mounting scandals and regulatory battles after Burghardt signed on last September as policy and communications chief.
Airbus is taking a majority stake in a small jet program mired in a trade dispute.
China's ruling Communist Party spokesman promised Beijing will open its markets further.
Kazakhstan would follow in the footsteps of a number of countries and regulators to indicate interest in its own cryptocurrency.
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