LONDON (Reuters) – Britain’s parliament will this week consider whether to probe the transparency of oil and mining firms listed in London, an issue highlighted by corruption probes at emerging market miners which lawmakers fear have dented the stock market’s … Continue reading
ZURICH (Reuters) – Switzerland is on the brink of a deal to settle a long-running dispute with U.S. authorities over Swiss banks accused of helping wealthy Americans evade billions of dollars of tax, the finance minister said on Saturday.
NEWARK, New Jersey (Reuters) – A US Airways flight made an emergency landing on its belly at Newark Liberty International Airport early on Saturday after the plane’s landing gear failed to deploy, but no one was injured, airline and government … Continue reading
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Europe’s top trade official for the first time late on Friday officially cited Chinese mobile telecommunications equipment makers Huawei and ZTE Corp for violating anti-dumping and anti-subsidy guidelines.
(Reuters) – The owners of the Sacramento Kings basketball franchise have struck a tentative deal to sell the sought-after California team to local investors after the National Basketball Association denied a proposal to move the team to Seattle, a spokesman … Continue reading
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Former Groupon Inc. Chief Executive Andrew Mason is moving to San Francisco to start a company after recently recording an album of “motivational business music,” according to an update on his blog on Thursday.
PARIS (Reuters) – Toyota Motor Corp has begun exporting French-made Yaris compact cars to customers in North America for the first time this month.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) – China threatened on Thursday to retaliate if the European Union formally opens an investigation into alleged anti-competitive behavior by Chinese mobile telecom equipment companies.
LONDON (Reuters) – Glencore Xstrata chairman John Bond told investors he would not be reelected at the miner and trader’s first annual general meeting on Thursday.
HONG KONG (Reuters) – HSBC said on Wednesday that it would target additional cost savings of $ 2 billion to $ 3 billion in 2014-2016, as Europe’s biggest bank cuts jobs and sells noncore businesses to bolster profitability under a … Continue reading