What’s in a name? Quite a lot if the battle between TV star Kylie Jenner and pop star Kylie Minogue is anything to go by
(Reuters) – Michael Kors Holdings Ltd forecast current-quarter profit below estimates, raising concerns that the company’s efforts to reinvigorate its brand was taking much longer than expected, sending the handbag maker’s shares down 15 percent.
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(Reuters) – The dollar will resume its upward climb in the coming year, but extreme near-term moves in either direction are possible, driven more by U.S. President Donald Trump’s expected fiscal stimulus than by his words, a Reuters poll found.
LONDON (Reuters) – Lloyds Banking Group is to review the cases of British businesses which lost out in a 245 million pound ($303 million) fraud for which six people were jailed last week.
TEL AVIV (Reuters) – The chief executive of Teva Pharmaceutical Industries has stepped down, leaving new management to overhaul the world’s biggest maker of generic drugs and restore confidence after a series of missteps sent its shares plummeting.
“Despite all the challenges we face, I remain convinced that yes, the future is female,” said Hillary Clinton.
Between taxes, credit card rebates and simply knowing if you’re profitable, watching the pennies is essential.
Romania’s president has told lawmakers the country is in a “fully-fledged” political crisis, after hundreds of thousands demonstrated against a government measure.
The 62-year old conservative politician could face a one-year prison sentence if convicted.
BERLIN (Reuters) – The European Union could revive talks on a free trade deal with the United States under the administration of President Donald Trump, European Commission Vice President Jyrki Katainen said on Tuesday.
This came after a poll showed the Social Democrats (SPD) pulling ahead of Angela Merkel’s conservatives.
China’s first homegrown passenger plane is to take to the skies before July this year, according to state media.
The Kremlin on Tuesday shrugged off a Fox News host’s refusal to apologise for comments he made about Russian President Vladimir Putin, but said his remarks reflected badly on the U.S. channel.