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Volkswagen said operating profit more than doubled in the second quarter, helped by cost cuts and higher-margin new models at its core brand.
WeWork is a start-up that sells individuals or businesses co-working spaces.
New data shows business travelers are increasingly turning to Uber and Lyft while taking fewer cabs and renting fewer cars when out on the road.
Roche raised its 2007 outlook, just as the Swiss group's ageing portfolio of blockbuster medicines faces increasing competition.
Despite the stock market rally, technology and pharma are the few sectors chalking up meaningful growth, said WPP CEO Sir Martin Sorrell.
Slack is raising $250 million in a new funding round that now values the start-up at more than $5 billion.
Amazon has launched its Prime Now services in Singapore, where users can enjoy two-hour delivery on selected products.
Samsung Electronics said Thursday that income from memory chips helped it book record quarterly profit for the three months through June.
Discovery Communications is in the lead to acquire U.S. cable TV network owner Scripps Network Interactive, according to anonymous sources.
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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says the company will study what overseas rivals have done with messaging. "I think we can do better," he said.
Jim Cramer sat down with Citigroup CEO Michael Corbat to hear more about Citigroup's recent transformation.
Oaktree Capital's Howard Marks warns his clients against investing in digital currencies.
Jim Cramer pinpoints five stocks that are bouncing back after being written off by Wall Street.
Judge William Alsup said, "you go back and tell that guy he better show up," after voicing frustration at Alphabet executives claiming they are "too busy."
Whitman remains CEO of HP Enterprise.
PayPal shares gained in after-hours trade after the company posted better-than-expected earnings and guidance.
Increased regulator attention on digital currencies will help them develop into a mature investment product, several analysts said.
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