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China told the Netherlands it wants to keep supply chains and trade open, a sign Beijing is trying to find room to maneuver amid a US push to cut it off from advanced chip technology.
Japan’s factory output inched down in December, reflecting the impact from the global economic slowdown and weakening demand from China.
Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva turned down a German request to send ammunition to Ukraine as part of the international effort to help Kyiv repel the Russian invasion.
Samsung Electronics Co.’s quarterly profit tumbled, hurt by a sharp drop in demand for semiconductors as consumers spent less on electronic gadgets.
The amount of electricity produced from burning fossil fuels in the European Union is set to plunge this year as the bloc focuses on renewables to replace energy supplies from Russia.
The Japanese carmaker is getting what it’s long wanted, but not without risk or compromise.
The UK will reinstate utilization rules that mandate airlines’ use their allocated airport take-off and landing slots or lose them in the next season as travel rebounds from the pandemic.
This is meant to be the year global inflation retreats back to target. A boost to demand as China exits Covid lockdowns might keep it higher for longer.
Blueprint CEO and founder Bryan Johnson joins Caroline Hyde and Ed Ludlow to discuss his million-dollar chase for youth, and what it's like having a team of more than 30 doctors and health experts monitoring his every bodily function in order to stay young. (Source: Bloomberg)
Oil steadied — after slipping to a three-week low on Monday — as traders waited for more clues on Chinese demand, a midweek policy decision from the Federal Reserve and the latest guidance from OPEC+.
DAIR Director of Research Dr. Alex Hanna joins Caroline Hyde and Ed Ludlow to discuss all the rage around ChatGPT and generative AI and the risks associated with the hype. (Source: Bloomberg)
Konvoy Managing Partner Josh Chapman joins Caroline Hyde and Ed Ludlow to discuss highlights from the firm's latest report on the state of the gaming industry, and what's its outlook for 2023 and beyond. (Source: Bloomberg)
West Virginia Governor Jim Justice, a Republican, expressed a keen interest in running for the state’s Senate seat now held by moderate Democrat Joe Manchin.
Bloomberg Technology Executive Editor Tom Giles joins Caroline Hyde and Ed Ludlow to discuss the Biden administration considering cutting off Huawei from all of its American suppliers, including Intel and Qualcomm. (Source: Bloomberg)
US Senator Dianne Feinstein said she’ll announce this spring whether she will seek reelection to a seventh term even as fellow California Democrats announce plans to compete for the seat.
The Jan. 7 fatal beating of Tyre Nichols at the hands of Memphis police officers has led senators in both parties to consider restarting stalled talks on an overhaul of US policing practices.
Shares in Asia looked set to extend monthly advances on Tuesday in an eventful week that includes a Federal Reserve rate decision.
A federal judge in New Jersey blocked a state law restricting the carrying of concealed firearms in parks, restaurants, bars and other public places from going into effect.
The White House will wind down a pair of Covid-19 emergency declarations on May 11, the administration said on Monday.
The identities of two people who helped secure Samuel Bankman-Fried’s bail can be made public, a federal judge has ruled.
American International Group Inc. said it terminated Mark Lyons from his position as the interim chief financial officer and executive vice president, global chief actuary and head of portfolio management after the company became aware that he violated his confidentiality and non-disclosure obligations.
Insurer American International Group said on Monday it has terminated Mark Lyons as interim chief financial officer for violating the company's confidentiality obligations. The violations were unrelated to AIG's financial statements and earnings reports, it said, adding that Sabra Purtill would replace Lyons in the role. Lyons will be paid $7.5 million in cash as part of a settlement in recognition of his work towards AIG since joining in 2018, the insurer said in a regulatory filing.
Southwest Airlines Co. and American Airlines Group Inc. have canceled more than 1,500 flights early this week as a winter storm brings freezing temperatures, sleet and possible ice accumulation to the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
American International Group (AIG) said Monday it terminated Mark Lyons as interim CFO, global chief actuary and head of portfolio management after it became aware that he...
American International Group Inc. said it fired interim Chief Financial Officer Mark Lyons on Jan. 24 for violations of “confidentiality/non-disclosure obligations.”
New Zealand restaurateur Kieran Turnbull is so desperate for staff he’s offering sign-on bonuses to lure the bartenders, chefs and waiters he needs to keep his outlets operating.
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