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04/21/2016 07:04 PM
Fortunes of Kering Brands Diverge
Fashion holding company Kering reported Thursday a 3% increase in first-quarter revenue to €2.72 billion as strong sales at Yves Saint Laurent failed to make up for sluggish growth at flagship brand Gucci and declining performance at Bottega Veneta.

05/20/2015 06:34 AM
Peugeot to Boost Production
French car maker PSA Peugeot Citroën said it would increase production this year to capitalize on growth in European auto markets.

05/20/2015 06:33 AM
Credit Suisse Profit Rises
Credit Suisse posted an improved profit due, in part, to a pickup at its investment bank.

05/20/2015 06:33 AM
Limited Fallout From Greek Bond Slump
Greek government bonds are in free fall. But looking at markets elsewhere in the eurozone, the stress barely shows.

05/20/2015 06:32 AM
Teva Bids for Mylan, Seeking to Create Biggest Generics Firm
Teva Pharmaceutical has proposed to acquire rival Mylan for about $40 billion, a tie-up that would create the world’s biggest generic drug company by sales.

04/22/2015 05:24 PM
Booking.com Settles Complaints
Booking.com will loosen pricing and availability contracts with hotels in several European countries, settling complaints that it has been stifling competition.

04/22/2015 05:19 PM
Migrants' Trip Takes a Tragic Turn
Their overloaded and listing boat collided with a rescue vessel; its captain and a crewman have been detained.

04/22/2015 05:28 AM
Traders Wield Social Media
Some individual investors are building trading careers using social media as their primary tool.

04/21/2015 09:01 PM
Behind Ginni Rometty's Plan to Reboot IBM
Spending time with IBM CEO Ginni Rometty shows how she is trying to reinvent the nearly 104-year-old tech icon while it continues a yearslong slump.

04/21/2015 06:39 PM
Riksbank Head Positive on Swedish Inflation
Sweden’s inflation rate should move toward the central bank’s 2% target next year after a lengthy period of ultraweak prices, Riksbank Governor Stefan Ingves said.

04/21/2015 05:31 PM
Chip Designer ARM's Profit Rises 36%
Chip designer ARM beat first-quarter expectations amid strong demand for its smartphone and tablet technology and said it expects 2015 revenue in dollar terms to meet expectations.

04/21/2015 05:13 PM
SAP Profit Plunges 23%
German business-software provider SAP posted a net profit decline of 23% for the first quarter as it makes the transition to cloud technology.

04/21/2015 02:33 PM
Canon Ready to Snap Up Deal
Canon aims to spend another $3 billion to buy a company in a growth sector.

04/21/2015 12:49 PM
Primark Grapples With Impact of Weaker Euro
Months away from its entry into the U.S., fast-fashion retailer Primark is also grappling with the impact of a weakening euro.

04/21/2015 08:41 AM
Norway Steams Up Investors in Pipeline
Investors in a gas pipeline are suing the government of Norway, usually seen as a safe place to do business, over changes they say will cost them billions of dollars.

04/21/2015 06:14 AM
Publicis Posts Sales Jump
Publicis reported a 32% jump in first-quarter sales, boosted by the strong dollar and its latest digital acquisition.