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  • NEW YORK, Sept 1- William Dudley, a tough-talking U.S. regulator who heads the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, violated a code of conduct by failing to disclose that his half-sister worked at Wells Fargo& Co, according to an investigation into potential conflicts of interest. Yet the investigation into Dudley's emails and text messages could heighten concerns...

  • *Europe, Asia traders rush to reroute cargoes to Americas. HOUSTON/ NEW YORK, Sept 1- Retail U.S. gasoline prices surged to two-year highs on Friday and global shipping routes were scrambled, even as some of the nation's oil refineries began restarting in the wake of Hurricane Harvey. Northeast and Midwest were shut or severely curtailed, prompting shortages and...

  • *Europe, Asia traders rush to reroute cargoes to Americas. HOUSTON/ NEW YORK, Sept 1- Retail U.S. gasoline prices surged to two-year highs and global shipping routes were scrambled on Friday even as some of the nation's refiners restarted as Storm Harvey lost strength. The storm, which began as a hurricane a week ago, has roiled global fuel markets, and tankers...

  • *Europe, Asia traders rush to reroute cargoes to Americas. HOUSTON/ NEW YORK, Sept 1- Retail U.S. gasoline prices hit two-year highs and global shipping routes were scrambled as the nation's largest refiners remained shut on Friday, even as Storm Harvey lost strength. The storm, which began as a hurricane a week ago, has roiled global fuel markets, and tankers carrying...

  • *Europe, Asia traders rush to reroute cargoes to Americas. HOUSTON/ NEW YORK, Sept 1- Retail U.S. gasoline prices hit two-year highs and global shipping routes were scrambled as the nation's largest refiners remained shut on Friday, even as Harvey was losing strength. The storm has roiled global fuel markets and tankers carrying millions of barrels of fuel have...

  • *India looking at foundation's anti-tobacco lobbying activities. NEW DELHI, Aug 29- India has been investigating how Bloomberg Philanthropies, founded by billionaire Michael Bloomberg, funds local non-profit groups for anti-tobacco lobbying, government documents show, making it the latest foreign non-government organization to come under scrutiny.

  • O'Reilly Automotive Chief Executive Gregory Henslee told analysts earlier this month that many of the company's stores with weak second-quarter sales were in Hispanic-dominant areas of the United States. In late July, Target Corp Chief Executive Brian Cornell at a conference referenced a report by retail consultants NPD Group that cited a decline in...

  • *Ongoing spat between founders, board complicates CEO search. By Sankalp Phartiyal and Nivedita Bhattacharjee. MUMBAI/ BENGALURU, Aug 19- The dramatic departure of Vishal Sikka as chief executive of Infosys, following a months-long public battle with the tech giant's founders, has left the company with another messy problem: how to find someone willing to...

  • Aug 15- Residents of a building owned by the Kushner Cos on Tuesday sued the real estate company belonging to the family of President Donald Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner, alleging the it overcharged them for rent in violation of New York law. Nine current and former residents of 89 Hicks Street, a residential building in Brooklyn the Kushner Cos purchased in...

  • WASHINGTON, Aug 2- Any legal decision on whether the largest U.S. life insurer MetLife Inc should be labeled "too big to fail" will probably come after the Trump administration defines its stance on the designation. Both parties are to file motions on the case's future by Nov. 17 or within 30 days of Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin issuing a report on how the...

  • WASHINGTON, Aug 1- The public may soon be able to delve into how a U.S. District Court judge came to rule that MetLife Inc is not "too big to fail," after three appeals judges on Tuesday decided many records in the case should be unsealed. Both appeals were argued at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia. Tuesday's opinion in the Better Markets appeal was...

  • LAS VEGAS, July 28- Hackers attending this weekend's Def Con hacking convention in Las Vegas were invited to break into voting machines and voter databases in a bid to uncover vulnerabilities that could be exploited to sway election results. "We encourage you to do stuff that if you did on election day they would probably arrest you," said Johns Hopkins computer...

  • LAS VEGAS, July 28- Hackers attending this weekend's Def Con hacking convention in Las Vegas were invited to break into voting machines and voter databases in a bid to uncover vulnerabilities that could be exploited to sway election results. Fears of digital election interference have grown since the end of last year, when top U.S. intelligence agencies said...

  • Thousands more charities have had operations disrupted by delayed payments causing financial losses and risks to employees, Britain's Charity Finance Group, that helps to organise charity financing, told Reuters. Major charities Oxfam and Save the Children say they were amongst those hit. The decision to assemble the working group comes ahead of a review by...

  • WASHINGTON, July 25- The chairman of the U.S. House Energy and Commerce Committee on Tuesday asked chief executives from companies representing the two sides of the net neutrality debate, including Alphabet, Facebook, AT&T and Verizon, to testify at a Sept. 7 hearing. Many internet providers want Congress to step in and write permanent rules, while websites say the...

  • PHILADELPHIA, July 25- Lakisha Johnson figured all she needed was her 2016 tax refund to get her and her daughter out of a homeless shelter and back into a place of their own. Johnson, a home health aide, and 12- year-old Aijiah were forced to move out of their West Philadelphia apartment just before Thanksgiving last year, after the landlord jacked up the rent from...

  • PHILADELPHIA, July 25- Lakisha Johnson figured all she needed was her 2016 tax refund to get her and her daughter out of a homeless shelter and back into a place of their own. Johnson, a home health aide, and 12- year-old Aijiah were forced to move out of their West Philadelphia apartment just before Thanksgiving last year, after the landlord jacked up the rent from...

  • WASHINGTON, July 20- Republicans in the U.S. Congress are moving quickly to try to eliminate a new regulation that bars financial firms from forcing consumers into arbitration to settle disputes that otherwise may turn into class-action lawsuits. Top lawmakers in both the House and Senate introduced bills on Thursday to repeal the rule, finalized this week by...

  • WASHINGTON, July 19- A U.S. House panel on Wednesday approved a sweeping proposal by voice vote to allow automakers to deploy up to 100,000 self-driving vehicles without meeting existing auto safety standards and bar states from imposing driverless car rules. Representative Robert Latta, a Republican who heads the Energy and Commerce Committee...

  • WASHINGTON, July 19- A U.S. House panel on Wednesday approved a sweeping proposal by voice vote to allow automakers to deploy up to 100,000 self-driving vehicles without meeting existing auto safety standards and bar states from imposing driverless car rules. Representative Robert Latta, a Republican who heads the Energy and Commerce Committee...