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NEW YORK (Reuters) - Crude oil futures fell sharply on Thursday as rising inventories in the United States pressured both Brent and U.S. contracts and countered expectations for recovering demand.
(Reuters) - New York media and real estate magnate Mortimer Zuckerman is considering selling the New York Daily News, according to a memo obtained by Reuters.
S&P Capital IQ media analyst Tuna Amobi says new net neutrality rules will severely impact the cable industry in a negative way, but are a big win for Netflix and startups. Bobbi Rebell reports.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Global equities declined slightly on Thursday as a pullback in oil prices due to rising inventories dampened investor enthusiasm while the dollar rose as data revived confidence
VIENNA (Reuters) - France will soon hand over to Austria tax data linked to leaked client data of lender HSBC Holdings Plc which has admitted failings in compliance at its Swiss private bank, France\'s
Germany will back Greece for now  (27 February 12:47 am) 
Greece says it will struggle to make debt repayments to the IMF and ECB this year. But as Grace Pascoe reports another obstacle does look like it will be overcome - German lawmakers have signalled
Breakingviews: Finessing $2.7 billion  (26 February 11:46 pm) 
Richard Beales and Antony Currie discuss Morgan Stanley\'s settlement with U.S. regulators and how the firm is neatly directing the hit to last year\'s already-reported earnings.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Global equities declined on Thursday after a mixed bag of U.S. economic indicators and a pullback in oil prices dampened investor enthusiasm.
Sky wars: Boeing, FedEx vs. airlines  (26 February 11:46 pm) 
Three big U.S. airlines are battling Boeing, FedEx and others over the Open Skies agreement and what that means for competition in the Gulf. Fred Katayama reports.
Euro zone shaking off the blues?  (26 February 11:46 pm) 
Confidence in the euro zone\'s economy strengthened for the second straight month in February and bank lending fell at a slower pace - small improvements but encouraging all the same. Sonia Legg
Ukraine economy 'on the brink'  (26 February 10:47 pm) 
Ukraine comes under greater economic pressure after unexpectedly banning most currency trading and then abruptly reversing course, wreaking havoc on the hryvnia. As David Pollard, reports the move
£3.5bln losses - a 'good' year for RBS  (26 February 10:47 pm) 
RBS - once the world\'s largest bank - is to drastically shrink its investment operations, pulling out of 25 countries and allowing the state-controlled lender to refocus on Britain. As Ivor Bennett
MUMBAI (Reuters) - India, which is seeking new chief executives for five state-run banks that are currently without a permanent leader or have a departing boss, has for the first time appealed for
MUMBAI (Reuters) - The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) on Thursday fined property developer DLF Ltd and its top management 520 million rupees ($8.4 million) as part of a broader probe
LONDON/HONG KONG (Reuters) - Standard Chartered said former JPMorgan investment bank boss Bill Winters will take over as chief executive in June, replacing Peter Sands in a major management overhaul
LONDON (Reuters) - Global equities set a new record high and bond yields sank to fresh lows on Thursday as investors positioned for an extended era of cheap money ahead of the European Central Bank\'s
MUMBAI (Reuters) - Bharti Airtel, India\'s biggest mobile phone operator by users, said on Thursday it had raised $310 million through a secondary share sale in its mobile tower unit Bharti Infratel
MUMBAI (Reuters) - Thyrocare Technologies, which runs a large diagnostic laboratory, is planning a stock market listing by the end of June that could raise around $85 million to $100 million, two
MUMBAI (Reuters) - Shares in Wockhardt Ltd fell as much as 5.3 percent on Thursday after the drugmaker said the U.S. Food and Drug Administration had raised fresh concerns about a plant already banned
MUMBAI (Reuters) - The National Stock Exchange (NSE) has agreed to set up an international exchange at a planned special economic zone in Gujarat, the exchange said on Thursday.
MUMBAI (Reuters) - The BSE Sensex fell nearly 1 percent on Thursday, led by profit-taking in software stocks such as Infosys Ltd, while the expiry of February derivative contracts and caution ahead of
LONDON (Reuters) - German seven-year bond yields fell below zero for the first time ever on Thursday, as investors positioned themselves for an extended era of cheap money ahead of the European
MUMBAI (Reuters) - The BSE Sensex and Nifty fell 1 percent on Thursday, led by profit-taking in software stocks such as Infosys Ltd, while caution also prevailed ahead of the expiry of derivative
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - China\'s gold imports from Hong Kong rose in January from the previous month, data showed on Thursday, reflecting increased demand ahead of the Lunar New Year.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India will raise railway freight rates on coal, iron ore and steel from April 1 to help fund an expansion of its well-worn network, a move that threatens to raise costs for local