UK fights alone against EU bonus cap
Star-driven movies have been box office busts this summer- with most of them fading from theatres before hitting their expected blockbuster status. Bobbi Rebell reports
REUTERS BUSINESS - MON JUN 17, 5:45PM CDT
Summary: Stocks rally but finish below the peak with investors jittery about this week’s Fed meeting; homebuilder sentiment back to pre-crisis levels; Warner Bros. sees super box office from Man of Steel; Netflix and DreamWorks sign exclusive content deal. Conway G. Gittens reports.
REUTERS BUSINESS - MON JUN 17, 5:11PM CDT
Big finance waded into a rain-soaked Paris Airshow with more than $10 billion in orders for jumbo passenger jets as planemakers duelled over strategy for large aircraft. Julian Satterthwaite reports from the show
REUTERS BUSINESS - MON JUN 17, 1:06PM CDT
British Prime Minister David Cameron, who is hosting the annual G8 Summit in Northern Ireland, has vowed to put aggressive tax avoidance at the heart of the meeting. Ciara Sutton reports.
REUTERS BUSINESS - MON JUN 17, 12:12PM CDT
The United States and the European Union launched negotiations for the world's most ambitious free-trade deal at the G8 summit on Monday. They are promising thousands of new jobs and accelerated growth on both sides of the Atlantic. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)
REUTERS BUSINESS - MON JUN 17, 11:31AM CDT
Warner Bros. scores a victory as Superman's "Man of Steel" $113 million domestic weekend box office debut is highest in June and second best of the year. Conway G. Gittens reports.
REUTERS BUSINESS - MON JUN 17, 10:41AM CDT
Netflix inks a multi-year deal for original programming with DreamWorks Animation, the maker of movies such as Shrek and Kung Fu Panda. Fred Katayama reports.
REUTERS BUSINESS - MON JUN 17, 10:33AM CDT
Britain's Co-operative Group has agreed a plan to plug a 1.5 billion pound capital hole at its bank which forces bondholders to pay part of the bill, avoiding a repeat of the taxpayer-funded bailouts staged during the financial crisis. Ciara Sutton reports.
REUTERS BUSINESS - MON JUN 17, 7:41AM CDT
Hong Kong been waiting for Edward Snowden to emerge ever since the ex-CIA worker who leaked details of U.S. surveillance took shelter in the city. Tara Joseph looks at the efforts to track him down.
REUTERS BUSINESS - MON JUN 17, 5:05AM CDT
How far does a typical pair of jeans travel before it ends up in your closet -- and at what cost? Reuters tracks the garment supply chain, from factories in Bangladesh to retailers near you.
REUTERS BUSINESS - MON JUN 17, 1:05AM CDT
Istanbul Governor Huseyin Avni Mutlu calls for calm after days of anti-government protests. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)
REUTERS BUSINESS - SUN JUN 16, 4:09PM CDT
Summary of business headlines: Stocks extend losses on cooling consumer data; Dollar losing ground vs. Yen, JP Morgan to separate P/E group. Bobbi Rebell reports.
REUTERS BUSINESS - FRI JUN 14, 4:41PM CDT
Amazon, Apple, Intel, Roku, Boxee, Netflix and YouTube. That's just the short list of competitors wrestling over viewers as TV shifts from so-called linear programming to watching what you want anywher you want, whenevery you want. Lisa Bernhard reports.
REUTERS BUSINESS - FRI JUN 14, 1:04PM CDT
Prices for fresh eggs surged 41.6 percent in May according to government data. Bobbi Rebell reports.
REUTERS BUSINESS - FRI JUN 14, 12:21PM CDT
Boeing likely to announce a larger version of its Dreamliner jet next week, sources told Reuters. Fred Katayama reports.
REUTERS BUSINESS - FRI JUN 14, 11:16AM CDT
As security tightens in Northern Ireland ahead of Monday's G8 summit, Hayley Platt takes a look at the issues likely to be on the leaders' agenda.
REUTERS BUSINESS - FRI JUN 14, 11:07AM CDT
The Airbus A350 successfully completed a four-hour maiden flight, stepping up the battle with arch-rival Boeing for sales of a new generation of sleek, lightweight passenger aircraft. Rough cut only (no reporter narration).
REUTERS BUSINESS - FRI JUN 14, 11:06AM CDT
European Union trade ministers meet in Luxembourg in an attempt to overcome French resistance to free trade talks with the United States, which could boost the EU economy by 119 billion euros a year. As Kirsty Basset reports, France is not keen for the talks to go ahead unless protection for its film and television industry is kept off the table.
REUTERS BUSINESS - FRI JUN 14, 11:02AM CDT
Police detain more anti-government protesters as Turkey's Prime Minister holds second meeting with activists. Paul Chapman reports.
REUTERS BUSINESS - FRI JUN 14, 6:29AM CDT
In one of the aviation industry’s most hotly anticipated events, Europe’s newest passenger jet, the Airbus A350 begins its maiden flight in France. The aircraft is Europe’s response to Boeing’s Dreamliner – and the two jets will be going head to head in a battle for orders. Rough cut only (no reporter narration).
REUTERS BUSINESS - FRI JUN 14, 4:41AM CDT
Despite recent plunges, prospects for Japan stocks are positive and investors should see the current volatility as a buying opportunity, says Merrill Lynch equity strategist Naoki Kamiyama.
REUTERS BUSINESS - FRI JUN 14, 3:27AM CDT
News Corp. Chief Executive Rupert Murdoch has filed for divorce from his wife Wendi, just days before News Corp. itself splits into two. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
REUTERS BUSINESS - FRI JUN 14, 3:00AM CDT
Summary of business headlines: Markets jump on stronger retail, jobs data, Gannet buys Belo; Coty falls at NYSE debut; Revlon's $850b settlement; Murdochs divorcing. Bobbi Rebell reports.
REUTERS BUSINESS - THU JUN 13, 5:43PM CDT
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