JPMorgan Chase & Co. is cutting prices for a group of its credit card customers and getting Visa Inc to shoulder at least some of the burden of the lost revenue, underscor ..
U.S. railroads may not be obligated under federal law to carry freight including crude oil and hazardous materials from Jan. 1 if they fail to meet a year-end deadline for imp ..
Asian shares looked set to struggle on Tuesday to defend the three-year trough hit last month as investors sought more signs of stability in China's slowing economy and v ..
BERLIN/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - The German pilots' union will extend its strike at Lufthansa (LHAG.DE) into Wednesday after a walkout already planned for Tuesday in a long-r ..
European stocks rose on Monday, lifted by mining and commodities giant Glencore after it pledged to slash its debt by a third, and countering a fall in Asian markets led by we ..
SHANGHAI/BEIJING (Reuters) - China's foreign exchange reserves posted their biggest monthly fall on record in August, reflecting Beijing's attempts to halt a slide i ..
The London-listed company came under pressure to cut its net debt of $30 billion, one of the largest in the industry, as prices for its key products, copper and coal, sank to ..
The goal is to challenge Google in an area the Internet search giant has long dominated: smartphone features that give users what they want before they ask. As part of its pus ..
Japan's Toshiba Corp booked a net loss for the past financial year and pledged a bold restructuring, raising hopes it was finally moving beyond a $1.3 billion accounting ..
LONDON/SEOUL (Reuters) - Tesco is selling its South Korean arm to a group led by private equity firm MBK Partners for $6.1 billion, it said on Monday, as the British supermark ..