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GE Shares Have a Second Bad Day

November 15, 2017 |

General Electric Co. shares tumbled 5.9% on Tuesday, causing the conglomerate to lose its crown as the biggest U.S. industrial company as Wall Street digests a turnaround plan announced Monday. US Business

CEOs on the Tax Plans: Watching the Details

November 15, 2017 |

While lawmakers craft tax-overhaul legislation, battling over corporate tax rates and rules for overseas income, corporate chiefs are sweating some of the smaller stuff. US Business

U.S. Fight Against Islamist Terror Moves to Airwaves

November 14, 2017 |

The U.S. government is testing new strategies to counter Islamic State propaganda in Central Asia, a fertile recruiting ground for militant groups and birthplace of the suspect who attacked New York last month. What’s News Europe

Amazon to Sell Its China Cloud-Computing Business

November 14, 2017 |

Beijing Sinnet, Amazon’s cloud-computing partner in China, said it will buy Amazon Web Services’ China business for as much $ 300 million. What’s News Asia

Manufacturing Picks Up While Waiting for Trump’s Policy Promises

November 14, 2017 |

American manufacturing has improved during the year since Donald Trump’s election, despite a lack of promised policy changes aimed at lifting the sector’s fortunes. US Business

German, Italian Growth Add Fuel to Eurozone Recovery

November 14, 2017 |

The German and Italian economies moved up a gear in the third quarter, aided by an increase in demand for their exports, as the eurozone’s $ 10 trillion economy remained on course for its strongest year since 2007. What’s News Europe

IPOs Roar Back World-Wide, With Asia Driving the Boom

November 14, 2017 |

A flood of Chinese companies is driving the biggest world-wide surge of initial public offerings in a decade, with two-thirds of this year’s IPOs in the Asia-Pacific region. What’s News Asia

GE Cuts Dividend, Slashes Profit Goals Amid Restructuring

November 14, 2017 |

GE slashed its 2018 profit forecast and said it was cutting its dividend by half, as the 125-year-old industrial conglomerate seeks to preserve cash for a restructuring under new Chief Executive John Flannery that will focus on three core units. US Business

EU to Beef Up Efforts to Counter Fake News

November 13, 2017 |

The European Union will beef up efforts to counter disinformation and fake news, officials said Monday, as Spain’s foreign minister voiced concerns about Russian interference in Catalonia’s independence bid. What’s News Europe

Uber Board Settles Feud, Clearing Way for SoftBank Deal

November 13, 2017 |

The multibillion-dollar investment led by SoftBank Group took shape after Uber’s former CEO Travis Kalanick and a major investor reached an agreement over control of board seats, according to people familiar with the matter. What’s News Asia