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Amazon is hiring a business lead to strategize how the company can break into the multibillion-dollar pharmacy market.
Here’s how Wall Street is trading President Trump’s tax plan, even before he presents details.
China requires skincare and cosmetics firms to submit to animal testing in government labs before regulators approve products for sale in the country.
U.S. President Donald Trump will push ahead with one of his major campaign pledges Tuesday when he signs an executive order that will overhaul the way foreign workers can work in high-skilled jobs in the U.S.
Klaus Kleinfeld has stepped down as chair and CEO of Arconic and resigned from the company’s board, Arconic announced on Monday.
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Mattel says it will be marketing and selling to China one Alibaba’s consumer marketplace Tmall.com.
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The “Shark Tank” investor was appointed presidential ambassador for global entrepreneurship by Obama.
The deal hit the “sweet spot” that benefits shareholders on both sides, Reynolds American Executive Chairman Susan Cameron says.
There are pockets of new money in this emerging market, and US companies like Google and Nike are establishing firm footholds.
UPS will have to deliver more than 700 million packages this holiday season. To make the mark, it’s invested millions in new technology.
Yum China began trading on the New York Stock Exchange on Tuesday under the ticker “YUMC.”
The combined company of Qualcomm and NXP is expected to have annual revenue of more than $30 billion, the companies said.