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- U.S. Steel plans to lay off hundreds of workers in Michigan
- China lowers borrowing costs — but UBS says the impact will probably be 'very muted'
- Porsche to stream Apple Music into all-new Taycan EV
- Apple is spending $6 billion on original shows and trying to beat Disney+ to market, reports FT
- A generational shift in consumer tastes is a boon for these retailers, Jim Cramer says
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French companies including L’Oreal and luxury groups LVMH and Kering have pledged millions of euros to help rebuild Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris after it was severely damaged in a fire Monday night.
Panera Bread has long been associated with bagels and pastries, but the company is finally trying to make breakfast a bigger chunk of sales.
Bill Griffeth reports on the abrupt departure of General Electric CEO John Flannery.
Carlos Rafael made millions as the owner of one of the largest commercial fishing businesses on the East Coast, but his big mouth helped get him hooked in an undercover IRS sting with agents posing as Russian mobsters.
Robert Frank reports on Marc Benioff and his wife buying Time Magazine for $190 million dollars.
Elon Musk is clearing up questions around taking Tesla private, saying his claim last week that the necessary funding had been secured was based on repeated and ongoing conversations with the Saudis. “Going back almost two years, the Saudi Arabian sovereign wealth fund has approached me multiple times about taking Tesla private,” Musk said in …
To date, the Department of Commerce has approved 220 requests for exclusions of steel and aluminum and denied 175. The remaining tens of thousands are waiting to be processed.
Johnson & Johnson lead attorney Bart Williams says talc-based products have been proven safe by the “best scientists in America.”
Scott Cohn reports on the measures Wisconsin is taking to attract more workers.
Toys R Us will shutter its doors in the U.S. Friday, leaving in its wake a great deal of sadness, pockets of anger and some slim hope. The retailer filed for bankruptcy this past September with $4.9 billion in debt, a vestige from its $6.6 billion acquisition by Kohlberg Kravis Roberts, Bain Capital Partners and …
Shares of Harley-Davidson plunged Monday after the iconic American motorcycle manufacturer said it will begin shifting some production overseas to offset the impact of retaliatory EU tariffs on certain U.S. goods. The statement is one of the first by a major U.S. company that implies the recently announced tit-for-tat tariffs will force it overseas, and counters the …
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Leslie Picker reports on companies turning to private investigators to identify predators in their ranks.
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