By Rodrigo Campos NEW YORK (Reuters) – Stocks fell 2% around the globe this week and the dollar posted its strongest weekly performance since April as concern over the economic effect of a second wave
By Laila Kearney NEW YORK (Reuters) – Oil edged lower on Friday, falling more than 2% on the week as COVID-19 cases surged globally and oil supply is set to rise in coming weeks.
By Tim Hepher and Laurence Frost PARIS (Reuters) – Boeing’s grounded 737 MAX could receive regulatory approval to resume flying in November and enter service by the end of the year, Europe’s chief
By Stephen Nellis (Reuters) – The U.S. Federal Trade Commission on Friday filed a motion to rehear an antitrust lawsuit it lost on appeal against chip firm Qualcomm Inc. The regulator asked the U.S.
By Munsif Vengattil and Paresh Dave (Reuters) – Alphabet Inc on Friday settled a shareholder lawsuit that accused the Google parent of covering up lavish exit packages to executives found
By Jeffrey Dastin (Reuters) – Amazon.com Inc on Thursday announced a drone for recording security video inside homes and car products for alerting vehicle owners about attempted break-ins.
By Lisa Baertlein LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – The Los Angeles-based maker of Exploding Kittens and Throw Throw Burrito board games ordered 1 million extra units from its factory in China with the hope of
By Foo Yun Chee and Giulio Piovaccari BRUSSELS/MILAN (Reuters) – Peugeot maker PSA has offered to boost Japanese rival Toyota to try to address EU antitrust concerns about its plan
By Katie Paul and Stephen Nellis SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Facebook Inc said on Friday that businesses running paid online events on its iOS app would not need to pay a 30% fee to Apple for the