(Reuters) – Turing Pharmaceuticals said on Tuesday it is seeking a new chief executive to replace Martin Shkreli, the price-gouging entrepreneur who is facing U.S. charges of securities fraud, and will cut jobs in a restructuring.
(Reuters) – Nike Inc , the world\’s largest footwear maker, reported futures orders that breezed past analysts\’ estimates, powered by strong demand in North America and China.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Pentagon and other U.S. government agencies should complete a legislative proposal in coming weeks to let regulators block proposed mergers for national security reasons, instead of just antitrust concerns, a top official said on Tuesday.
(Reuters) – Google is said to be in talks with automaker Ford Motor Co to help build the Internet search company\’s autonomous cars, Automotive News reported, citing a person with knowledge of the project.
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SYDNEY/SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Asian share markets advanced on Monday after a lackluster start, defying a dive on Wall Street, and the price of Brent crude threatened to plumb lows last seen in 2004 on renewed worries over a global oil glut.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Brent crude prices fell on Monday to their lowest since 2008 on renewed worries over a global oil glut, with production around the world remaining at or near record highs and new supplies looming from Iran and the United States.
(Reuters) – General Electric Co expects to announce a decision next month about whether it will move its headquarters out of Connecticut, a spokesman said on Sunday.
(Reuters) – Two men including an oil equipment supply firm executive have been arrested on charges related to an alleged scheme to corruptly secure energy contracts from Venezuela\’s state-owned energy company, the U.S. Justice Department said Sunday.
FRANKFURT (Reuters) – Volkswagen plans to limit the time staff can remain in certain roles, its supervisory board chairman told a German weekly, in a step to improve oversight at the German carmaker.