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The European company JAB is refocusing on the food and drinks empire it has been building in the United States, including its recent deal to buy Panera.
Mr. Eggleston, who advised President Barack Obama on legal and constitutional issues involving foreign policy, ethics and judicial appointments, is rejoining the law firm as a partner in Washington.
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The American company again improved its terms as it made “one last invitation” to the Dutch maker of Dulux products to engage in merger talks.
This isn’t science fiction. A number of start-ups as well as big aerospace firms are trying to build personal aircraft you could fly around town.
Malaysia will also assume payments on two 2012 bonds. The case has been a focus of investigators in the United States and other countries.
With the prospect that Marine Le Pen could claim the presidency sowing concerns about the currency, the results of the election’s first round provided some respite.
Ms. Camerota, a former anchor, said Mr. Ailes, the former network chief, had made “grossly inappropriate” statements to her and once invited her to a hotel room.
The bank will try to reassure shareholders that it changed its ways, and the Commerce Department will release its estimate for first-quarter growth.
Mr. Abrams, a titan of free speech jurisprudence, says the Twitter trail could be a gift to lawyers defending journalists during leak investigations.
At an Indiana factory operated by the same corporate parent, more than 700 blue-collar workers are being laid off as their jobs are moved to Mexico.
For the first time in nearly two decades, Bill O’Reilly will not be kicking off Fox News’s prime-time lineup. The other cable networks have noticed.
The internet real estate, used for an expanding array of ad formats, is a prime driver of huge quarterly profits for the parent company, Alphabet.
AT&T has told federal regulators it needs the merger to compete with cable companies. But it has acted like a powerhouse in dealings with cities and states.
In a time when social media outrage can be prompted with one misstep, Trojan is unveiling an ad campaign directed at women.
Travis Kalanick’s drive to win in life has led to a pattern of risk-taking that has at times put his ride-hailing company on the brink of implosion.
Since taking over two years ago, James and Lachlan Murdoch seem determined to rid the company of the old-guard culture on which their father built his empire.
The president, who says a sweeping plan is coming, has embraced positions that would benefit developers — a powerful lobby — and complicate changes.
A class in “verbal judo” offers a window on how flight crews are taught to defuse situations with naughty, uncooperative or tipsy passengers.
In a new book, the Democratic senator from Massachusetts takes Wells Fargo to task, along with the system that let it get away with account fraud.
Congressional proposals for changing the corporate tax go far beyond a simple discussion of tax rates. Fundamental shifts could affect business behavior.