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It’s almost becoming a stand-off but the oil industry is being tested by one non-OPEC producer ramping up output at the first sight of higher fuel prices
The technology is now in all restaurants with digital ordering and reportedly enhances web ordering (order.chipotle.com)
The proposed merger between Kraft and Unilever has been canned following the public disclosure of the deal.
Just two months on from a cosy meeting of tech eggheads with the then US President-elect Donald Trump and it appears that rebel Silicon Valley is stirring again
The US Senate has approved President Donald Trump’s choice to head the Environmental Protection Agency, Scott Pruitt, despite qualms from some Democratic lawmakers about how Pruitt might lead an agency that he has clashed with in the past
Deere saw its net sales fall to US$4.70bn for the three months to January 31, down from US$4.77bn a year earlier, but that was above the consensus forecast.
The airline's net loss widened to C$179mln, or 66 Canadian cents per share, up from C$116mln, or 41 Canadian cents per share a year earlier
The contract is to provide mortar fire control systems
Facebook has some 1.8bn users, a big audience for recruiters
Ardelyx shares were up nearly 5% on Wednesday after reporting that the Phase 3 clinical trial evaluating the efficacy and safety of tenapanor as a treatment for hyperphosphatemia in patients with end-stage renal disease who are on dialysis met its primary endpoint and was generally well-tolerated
The answer is one share, but there’s more to it than that
Cigna's decision marked the second big merger termination in the sector this week after Aetna and Humana ended their proposed US$34bn merger yesterday.
Sodastream's fourth quarter profit has more than tripled, bolstered by higher revenue and lower expenses.
Hilton has swung to a fourth quarter loss due to restructuring charges, although underlying earnings have beat analysts' expectations.
Pepsi Co's 2016 earnings fell to US$1.4bn, or 97 US cents a share, down from US$1.72bn, or US$1.17 a share a year earlier.
Health insurer Cigna announced it will end to its planned merger with rival Anthem, following a judge’s decision that the proposed tie-up would be anti-competitive - and said on Tuesday it was suing Anthem seeking a reverse $1.85bn termination fee and additional damages “in an amount exceeding $13bn.”
Peugeot, Citroen and DS carmaker PSA Group SA today disclosed it is holding talks with the US autos giant about buying its European division.
The absence of one-off charges in the fourth quarter meant the company swung into the black
The group said comparable store sales at Burger King rose 2.8% in the three months to December 31, better than consensus estimates.
Midpoint Holdings Ltd. has extended, for a period of 30 days, its proposed private placement for up to an aggregate of C$500,000
The pledge came after the firm's chief executive yesterday had talks with US president Donald Trump together with other airline industry leaders.
Tellurian Inc., formerly known as Magellan Petroleum Corporation said on Friday it has closed its merger with Tellurian Investments Inc
Excluding items, Interpublic earned 75 US cents per share in the fourth quarter, beating the average analyst estimate of 67 US cents per share.
The German broker's analysts said they had upped their rating for BAT to ‘buy’ from ‘hold’ and raised their price target by 10% to 5,670p.