Carmakers' fear over Europe recovery
One winning ticket for a record U.S. Powerball lottery jackpot worth 590.5 million dollars was sold in Florida, organizers say. Sarah Charlton reports.
REUTERS BUSINESS - SUN MAY 19, 12:03PM CDT
As Indonesia scrambles to implement universal health care reforms, crowded hospitals in Jakarta feel the brunt, faced with more patients than they can handle. Sarah Charlton reports.
REUTERS BUSINESS - SUN MAY 19, 12:02PM CDT
Hundreds protest against the construction of a controversial nuclear plant in Taiwan. Andrew Raven reports.
REUTERS BUSINESS - SUN MAY 19, 12:01PM CDT
Summary of business headlines: Jump in consumer sentiment, leading indicators propel Wall Street to fourth up week, Dow and S 500 at new heights; Jim Rogers sees correction in gold continuing. Conway G. Gittens reports.
REUTERS BUSINESS - FRI MAY 17, 5:32PM CDT
Mark Zuckerberg has lost $5.8 billion in value on his Facebook stock since the world’s leading social network went public just about a year ago. Conway G. Gittens reports.
REUTERS BUSINESS - FRI MAY 17, 2:07PM CDT
As the trial of the makers of PIP breast implants comes to a close in France, cosmetic surgeons in Britain warn that dermal fillers are the latest cause for concern, due to Europe's relatively loose regulation. As Joanna Partridge reports, plastic surgeons have called for tighter regulation of the industry, but fear it may not be implemented quickly enough.
REUTERS BUSINESS - FRI MAY 17, 11:45AM CDT
He was once described as the most hated man in the United States, but the corporate rehabilitation of former BP boss Tony Hayward appears complete, after he was appointed as interim chairman of commodities giant Glencore Xstrata. Andrew Potter reports.
REUTERS BUSINESS - FRI MAY 17, 10:04AM CDT
Europe's ailing car market returned to growth after 18 straight months of declines with two extra sales day compared to last year and a 15 percent boom in the UK helped new car registrations rise by 1.8 percent in April to 1.08 million. Hayley Platt reports.
REUTERS BUSINESS - FRI MAY 17, 8:22AM CDT
The fight over whether to keep buying bonds or curtail purchases heats up as Federal Reserve officials speak out and inflation drops out of sight. Fred Katayama reports.
REUTERS BUSINESS - THU MAY 16, 5:54PM CDT
Summary of business headlines: U.S. stocks reverse modest gains on suggestion Fed could start curtailing stimulus by the summer; Dismal after-the-bell results from J.C. Penney and Dell; retail miss at high and low ends; economic data weak. Conway G. Gittens reports.
REUTERS BUSINESS - THU MAY 16, 5:18PM CDT
Wal-Mart pays back $3.8 billion to shareholders despite lower-than-expected results and paying tens of millions of dollars to look into possible foreign bribes. Conway G. Gittens reports.
REUTERS BUSINESS - THU MAY 16, 12:49PM CDT
Google executives have been grilled by British lawmakers investigating its tax affairs and whether it had misled parliament in testimony last year. Ivor Bennett reports
REUTERS BUSINESS - THU MAY 16, 11:53AM CDT
Forget the Skyscraper index - as Axel Threlfall reprts the latest guide to the world's economy is the Aircraft index.
REUTERS BUSINESS - THU MAY 16, 11:13AM CDT
A rally in Greek bonds and improved confidence has raised investors expectations. As Greece's PM attempts to drum up business in China Sonia Legg asks whether it's time to start betting on Greece thriving not just surviving.
REUTERS BUSINESS - THU MAY 16, 11:12AM CDT
British Prime Minister David Cameron suffers a blow in parliament as a third of his own party’s MPs vote against him in protest at his stance on the EU. Simon Hanna reports.
REUTERS BUSINESS - THU MAY 16, 10:38AM CDT
British oil company BP reportedly wants Prime Minister David Cameron to intervene with the U.S. government over the escalating costs of compensation for the Gulf of Mexico oil disaster, calling some of the claims "fictitious" and "absurd". Hayley Platt asks how serious a financial crisis could this be for the company and how vulnerable are they to a takeover?
REUTERS BUSINESS - THU MAY 16, 10:18AM CDT
Japan's economy grew faster than expected in January-March, expanding at its quickest pace in a year on the back of solid private consumption and a rise in exports. As Jamie McGeever reports many are attributing the rise to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's aggressive monetary and fiscal stimulus.
REUTERS BUSINESS - THU MAY 16, 6:06AM CDT
Li Keqiang visits Europe and India, Australia’s consumers get a mood check, and key data on Japan’s recovery is released: Reuters' Wayne Arnold runs down the main events in Asia next week.
REUTERS BUSINESS - THU MAY 16, 4:27AM CDT
Stocks keep hitting new highs, but U.S. investors won't buy equities because they distrust the market. Fred Katayama reports.
REUTERS BUSINESS - WED MAY 15, 5:28PM CDT
Summary of business headlines: Stocks shake-off early drop to close at new lifetime highs; Macy's results are latest signal payroll tax fallout limited; Google trades above $900 - launches streaming music service; Euro-zone recession hits record duration. Conway G. Gittens reports.
REUTERS BUSINESS - WED MAY 15, 5:24PM CDT
Macy's rings up $6.39 billion in sales, bringing profits higher defying worries of a consumer slowdown, leading to a higher dividend. Conway G. Gittens reports.
REUTERS BUSINESS - WED MAY 15, 12:21PM CDT
Wal-Mart has stepped up Bangladesh factory inspections but has decided not to join a Europe-led initiative to prevent another disaster in the garment industry. As Joanna Partridge reports, workers have also begun to demand better safety and more rights.
REUTERS BUSINESS - WED MAY 15, 11:34AM CDT
Britain's central bank lifts a bit of the gloom hanging over the economy by issuing a slightly improved outlook for inflation and growth for the first time since the financial crisis. (ROUGH CUT - no reporter narration)
REUTERS BUSINESS - WED MAY 15, 11:12AM CDT
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