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How Can U.S. Businesses Handle Coronavirus…

While the risk of contracting the virus in the U.S. is low, some businesses are looking for ways to address their employees' concerns.

Supreme Court wades into battle over Atlantic…

The U.S. Supreme Court is set to wade into a long-running battle between developers of a 605-mile natural gas pipeline and environmental groups who oppose the project

Asian shares take hit as new virus cases jump…

Shares are falling in Asia after reports of a surge in new virus cases outside China

The CEO Of Victoria's Secret's Parent Company Is…

The brand has reported a decline in sales, and both the company and its CEO have faced public scrutiny in recent months.

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AP FACT CHECK: Trump's tax fictions; Dem debate…

President Donald Trump is spreading falsehoods on taxes and trade

Raf Simons joining Prada in full creative…

Two of the fashion world's biggest creative names, Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons, will creatively co-lead Prada going forward indefinitely

Foreign Objects Discovered In Some Boeing 737 Max…

Foreign objects were found in some 737 Max planes being stored in Washington state and in San Antonio.

Teck pulls application to build huge Alberta oil sands mine

A Canadian company has withdrawn its application for the federal government to approve a proposed open-pit oil sands mine in Alberta

TSA halts employees from using TikTok for social…

The Transportation Security Administration says it won't allow employees to use the China-owned video app TikTok to create social media posts for the agency after the Senate’s top Democrat raised concerns about potential national security issues

Boy Scouts Of America Files For Bankruptcy…

The BSA is facing hundreds of lawsuits from men who allege they were sexually abused when they were Boy Scouts.

UN study: 1 of every 3 Venezuelans is facing…

A study by the U.N. World Food Program says one in every three people in Venezuela is struggling to put enough food on the table to meet minimum nutrition requirements as the nation's severe economic contraction and political upheaval persist

Armani to hold runway show in empty theater due…

In a last-minute change, Giorgio Armani is holding his Milan Fashion Week runway show behind closed doors Sunday due to concerns raised by the coronavirus

Pier 1 Imports Files For Chapter 11 Protections

The company said Monday it started voluntary Chapter 11 proceedings in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Richmond, Virginia.

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Stalled mega power project in central Mexico stirs discord

The thermo-electric plant looms over Huexca, a farm hamlet in central Mexico where many people view it as a sleeping monster

Debris found in fuel tanks of 70% of inspected 737 Max jets

Boeing confirmed Saturday that debris has been found in the fuel tanks of 70% of grounded 737 Max jets that have been inspected by the company

GM to Cease Operations In Australia, New Zealand…

GM's billion dollar restructuring plan will wind down operations in New Zealand and Australia and sell its Thai plant to China's Great Wall Motors.

Top Bangladesh cellphone company pays $117M in legal tussle

Bangladesh’s leading cellphone operator has paid $117 million to the country’s telecommunication regulator amid a protracted legal tussle with the government that has been threatening to seize its license to operate in one of the world’s fastest growing mobile industries

India, US struggling to bridge trade dispute as…

American dairy farmers, distillers and drugmakers have been eager to break into India, but it looks like they'll have to wait

Delta Air Lines Commits $1 Billion To Curb Its…

​The company said it plans to mitigate its use of jet fuel and invest in carbon removal projects, like forestry and wetland restoration.

Disbanded Thai party says gov't colluded in 1MDB scandal

Thailand's disbanded opposition Future Forward Party has attacked the government for allegedly colluding with Malaysia's former prime minister to cover up the 1MDB financial scandal, for which former Malaysian leader Najib Razak is now standing trial

Buffett says Wall Street advice usually favors…

Billionaire Warren Buffett says taking advice from Wall Street on deals is a bit like asking “the barber whether you need a haircut.”

U.S. Wine Companies Fear 'Catastrophic' Impact Of…

The U.S. trade feud with the European Union could have some dire consequences for the wine industry.

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At Paris farm fair, Macron vows to protect EU ag subsidies

French President Emmanuel Macron has reaffirmed his support for preserving the European Union's farm subsidies during his visit to a farm fair

Opioid settlement still elusive as some lawyers…

Lawyers for some state and local governments say the deal being offered by companies in a sweeping national settlement over the toll of opioids isn't enough

BP Promises To Be 'Carbon Neutral' By 2050

The energy firm announced that it will seek to cut pollution from oil and gas enterprises and step up investments in clean energy.