By Bill Berkrot
(Reuters) – JPMorgan Chief Executive Jamie Dimon regrets having called bitcoin a “fraud” but would still not be interested in the cryptocurrency, he said in an interview on Fox Business on
By Joseph Nasr and Michael Nienaber
PARIS (Reuters) – A French prosecutor has launched a preliminary investigation of U.S. tech giant Apple over alleged deception and planned obsolescence of its products following a complaint
LONDON (Reuters) – Unilever plans to close its Colman’s mustard factory in the English city of Norwich next year, after more than 160 years, affecting 113 jobs.
Jan 5 (Reuters) – The U.S. trade deficit increased more than expected in November as imports of goods surged to a record high amid strong domestic demand, making it likely that trade will subtract
By Stanley White TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan Inc is running out of excuses in the face of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s calls for wage rises of 3 percent or more.
By Shu Zhang and Elias Glenn
LONDON (Reuters) – British consumers increased their borrowing by the smallest amount since mid-2015 in the three months to November, suggesting households are slowly reining in spending, Bank of