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The US Federal Reserve on Wednesday is expected to hold interest rates steady, shave

FedEx falls on 2019 forecast cut

Shares of FedEx Corp fell about 7 percent before the bell on Wednesday after

Unicert at SoftExpo

The first local accredited private certification body, United Certification Services Limited (UNICERT), participated at

Most Asia markets down as dealers spooked by trade, Brexit

Asian markets mostly fell Wednesday with nervous investors keeping tabs on developments in the China-US tradetalks and the Brexit

Ford to boost profit-rich US large SUV production again

Ford Motor Co said it will boost US production of its largest sport utility vehicles in a move

Ship owners worry about clean fuel bill as ports ban 'scrubbers'

More ports around the world are banning ships from using a fuel cleaning system that pumps waste water

German lawmakers challenge minister's Goldman link in bank merger

German lawmakers on Monday criticized deputy finance minister Joerg Kukies and Goldman Sachs, alleging a conflict of interest

Uber's wild drive for growth in Chile

The Uber driver pulled up to the international airport outside Chile's capital. As his passenger jumped into his

Shares gain as Fed looms, pound rides Brexit twists

World shares inched toward their longest winning streak of the year on Tuesday ahead of a Federal Reserve

Pound down as Brexit uncertainty drags

The pound fell on Monday as more Brexit uncertainty surfaced, culminating as the British parliament's speaker told the

Germany launches 5G auction amid row with US over Huawei

Germany launches its auction Tuesday for the construction of an ultra-fast 5G mobile network as a transatlantic dispute

Standard Life Aberdeen wins $133b Lloyds mandate dispute

Standard Life Aberdeen said it has won a legal battle to stop Lloyds cancelling a 100 billion pound

Hyundai Motor, Kia to invest $300 million in India

South Korean automakers Hyundai Motor Co and Kia Motors Corp will together invest $300 million in Indian ride-hailing

Netflix says it will not join Apple TV service

Netflix Inc, the world's dominant streaming service, will not make its TV shows and movies available through Apple

Asian shares mixed in muted trading ahead of US Fed meeting

Asian shares were mixed in muted trading Tuesday as

US heavy equipment makers feeling pain from tariffs

US makers of bulldozers and other heavy equipment are raising prices, losing sales and in some cases beginning

Wastewater - private equity's new black gold in US shale

Mike Christensen strides among rows of gleaming steel tanks, pointing to pipelines that arrive from miles around to

'OPEC ready to monitor oil market situation'

OPEC is ready to continue monitoring the situation on the oil market in the second half of 2019

JD Sports to buy Footasylum for £90m

JD Sports, Britain's biggest sports retailer, has agreed to buy its struggling smaller rival Footasylum for £90.1m. It

Boeing shares fall again after probe report

Boeing Co shares fell by more than 2.2 percent early on Monday, after a pair of newspaper reports

Far-flung job offers pose tough choices for GM workers

General Motors Co built the final Chevrolet Cruze small car at its Lordstown, Ohio, assembly plant on March

Asia markets extend rally as eyes turn to Fed meeting

Asian markets rose Monday as investors tracked a positive lead from Wall Street on optimism over the China-US

JPMorgan Chase tests video games to recruit interns

JPMorgan Chase & Co is testing neuroscience-based video games to help recruit interns, as it seeks to increase

Asian shares advance as investors watch US-China trade talks

Shares rose in Asia on Monday as investors awaited

Fed to hold fire on interest rates as world economy slows

There is virtually no chance the US Federal Reserve will raise interest rates in the coming week, since

More than £100b of UK property is secretly owned

More than £100bn of property in England and Wales is secretly owned, new analysis suggests. More than 87,000

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