By Scott DiSavino NEW YORK (Reuters) -Oil prices settled slightly higher on Friday as a planned European Union ban on Russian oil...
(Reuters) -European shares rose on Friday, with a boost from defensive sectors after hopes of an economic recovery in major trading partner China were bolstered by more central bank stimulus, though they still ended the...
By Casey Hall and Silvia Aloisi SHANGHAI/MILAN (Reuters) - Chloe Kou, a 28-year old beauty brand marketing manager...
By Andres Gonzalez and Pamela Barbaglia LONDON (Reuters) -Credit Suisse has hired a senior Barclays dealmaker to lead its investment banking business...
By James Davey LONDON (Reuters) - Steve Rowe will next week step down as chief executive of British...
By Richa Naidu and Lisa Baertlein LONDON/LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Aptamil maker Danone SA has stepped up shipments...
By Julien Ponthus LONDON (Reuters) - The outgoing chief executive of Societe Generale is in favour of selecting...
(Reuters) - The nationwide shortage of baby formula has prompted the United States to temporarily allow foreign imports from other suppliers, while reaching a deal with Abbott Laboratories on steps to...
By Yousef Saba DUBAI (Reuters) -UAE conglomerate e& said on Friday it will consider joint investments with Vodafone after buying a 9.8%...
LONDON (Reuters) - The trillions wiped off global markets in recent weeks has triggered a contrarian 'buy' signal from BofA's closely-followed 'Bull & Bear' sentiment indicator, while emerging markets are seeing...