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10/21/2017 07:05 AM
China to step up regulations on micro-credit industry - media
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China is considering tightening controls over the "pay-day" loan industry amid concerns that unscrupulous operators may charge millions of borrowers excessive interest rates, the official Securities Daily reported.
10/20/2017 10:15 PM
Airbus CSeries deal could boost Belfast jobs - Greg Clark
LONDON/MONTREAL (Reuters) - A deal giving Airbus SE a controlling stake in Bombardier Inc's CSeries jets should lead to extra work for the Canadian planemaker's factory in Northern Ireland, UK Business Secretary Greg Clark said on Friday after meeting with executives from both companies.
10/20/2017 06:56 PM
Pilots at Ryanair's largest base reject pay offer
DUBLIN (Reuters) - A majority of Ryanair pilots at its largest base have rejected management's offer of improved pay and conditions, the airline said on Friday, dealing a blow to its efforts to address a recent pilot shortage.
10/20/2017 05:21 PM
John Lewis winning in challenging market, boss says
OXFORD, England (Reuters) - John Lewis, Britain's largest department store operator, is outperforming a challenging market as it approaches the key Christmas trading period, its boss said on Friday.
10/20/2017 04:47 PM
Workers at Tata Steel's Dutch arm oppose Thyssenkrupp merger
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - The works council of Tata Steel Netherlands said on Friday it opposed preliminary plans by Tata Steel and Thyssenkrupp to combine their European steelmaking operations into a joint venture (JV) and would fight to block it if necessary.
10/20/2017 04:36 PM
BMW raided in cartel investigation as Daimler claims immunity
MUNICH/BRUSSELS (Reuters) - BMW's headquarters were raided by European Union officials investigating an alleged cartel among German carmakers, it said on Friday, as rival Daimler claimed whistleblower status in an effort to avoid fines.