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Aston Martin Chief Executive Andy Palmer is leaving the business as part of a management shake-up and will be replaced by Mercedes-AMG CEO Tobias Moers, according to a source familiar with the matter who spoke with Reuters on Sunday.
Wall Street was little changed Friday ahead of a long holiday weekend but investors are looking ahead to next week when the New York Stock Exchange partially reopens. Conway G. Gittens has more.
International Assets Advisory's Ed Cofrancesco says the markets will be solely driven by news on the coronavirus. In that context, he tells Reuters' Fred Katayama why he thinks investors should avoid airline stocks but buy oil stocks or funds.
Chef Daniel Humm of Eleven Madison Park has turned his Michelin-starred eatery into a charity kitchen, where his staff prepares 3,000 meals a day for frontline workers and underprivileged New Yorkers. This report produced by Yahaira Jacquez.
The malaria drug hydroxychloroquine, which U.S. President Donald Trump says he has been taking and has urged others to use, was tied to increased risk of death in hospitalized COVID-19 patients, according to a large study published in the medical jou
Europe's car industry was put on alert for more job losses on Friday as a French minister warned Renault could disappear if it didn't get help soon and a Japanese news report said partner Nissan was considering 20,000 layoffs, with many in Europe. Ci
EasyJet founder Stelios Haji-Ioannou has lost a bid to oust the firm's board in the latest twist to a long battle over an Airbus jet order that he believes could bankrupt the firm.
The social networking company will require employees who are approved to work remotely to state where they plan to base themselves. At that point, Facebook will adjust their salaries to reflect the local cost of living.
China will refrain from setting a GDP target citing concerns over the coronavirus and global uncertainty, the country's premier said on Friday. Ciara Lee reports
Facebook Inc will permanently embrace remote work even after coronavirus lockdowns ease, Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg said on Thursday, accelerating the tech sector's geographic diversification away from its home in Silicon Valley. Freddie Joyner has more.
Stocks were hit with a minor bout of selling Thursday as escalating tensions between the U.S. and China let some air out of a run-up in prices earlier in the week. Conway G. Gittens has the market action.
Temperature checks at the door, plastic dividers between tables and sanitizer-infused towels will be on the menu at the Brooklyn Chop House in downtown Manhattan when the popular eatery reopens in the post-coronavirus lockdown era. Conway G. Gittens has a look inside the restaurant.
Thomson Reuters Stocks Buzz analyst Terence Gabriel says investors should be cautious following the market's sharp rebound. He tells Reuters' Fred Katayama he sees signs of investor complacency that suggest the rally could soon run out of steam.
Chinese search engine giant Baidu is considering delisting from the Nasdaq and moving to an exchange closer to home to boost its valuation amid rising tension between the United States and China over investments, three sources said.
The devastating impact of the coronavirus on the euro zone economy abated a little this month as some government-imposed lockdown measures were eased. Ciara Lee reports
Manchester United haven't played a soccer match for over two months and that effect has now been felt in its third quarter earnings. The English Premier League team reported a drop in core earnings and revenue for a second consecutive quarter and aba
Lufthansa looks to be closing in on a $9.9 billion state bailout deal. Meanwhile, EasyJet says it's getting ready to put a few planes back in the air.
AstraZeneca expects to be able to deliver a billion doses of a possible COVID-19 vaccine this year and next if tests are successful, adding on Thursday it should shortly get results of an early stage clinical trial. Ciara Lee reports
U.S. apparel chain Gap is speeding up its rollout of warehouse robots for assembling online orders so it can limit human contact, the company told Reuters, a sign of more retail automation to come. Lisa Bernhard has more.
The Nasdaq closed at a more than three-month high and the S&P rallied to a two-month peak as investors bet the worst of the coronavirus-induced shutdown is over as states reopen. Conway G. Gittens has all the numbers.