NEWS & MEDIA
JUN22

2024

Brazil Is Oil Market Wildcard After Near-Million-Barrel Plunge

Brazil’s rebound from a stunning collapse in oil production promises to complicate OPEC efforts to micromanage global supplies and prices.

JUN22

2024

Water Utility Sabesp Kicks Off $3 Billion Brazil Share Sale

Sabesp, Latin America’s biggest water utility by market value, launched a share offering that may become the region’s largest in two years.

JUN22

2024

China Earnings Pain Erodes Optimism Over Stock Market Rebound

Investors in Chinese stocks are losing patience as a long-awaited earnings recovery fails to come through and a rally unravels.

JUN21

2024

Apple Won’t Roll Out AI Tech In EU Market Over Regulatory Concerns

Apple Inc. is withholding a raft of new technologies from hundreds of millions of consumers in the European Union, citing concerns posed by the bloc’s regulatory attempts to rein in Big Tech.

JUN21

2024

Nvidia Sheds $220 Billion After Short Run as Top Stock

Nvidia Corp.’s run as the world’s most valuable company didn’t last long.

JUN21

2024

Equity Group-Backed Ardent Health Files for IPO in Second Try

Hospital operator Ardent Health Partners Inc., whose majority owner is Equity Group Investments, has filed again for an initial public offering.

JUN21

2024

Dollar Winning Streak Extends Into Fifth Week as Yen Slumps

A key gauge of the dollar strengthened for a fifth week as the timing for the Federal Reserve’s first interest-rate cut remains cloudy.

JUN19

2024

Amazon Prime Users Get Fee-Free Just Eat Takeout in Some Markets

Just Eat Takeaway.com will allow Amazon.com Inc.’s Prime members to order takeout without a delivery fee in Germany, Austria and Spain as the Dutch food delivery company seeks to expand its consumer base.

JUN18

2024

Amazon Union Allies With Teamsters in Big Labor Advance

Union members at Amazon.com Inc. have voted to hook up with one of the largest US labor groups, a partnership that could help pressure the e-commerce leader in staff contract negotiations.

JUN17

2024

Apple Shutting Down Pay Later, Its Affirm Rival, After One Year

Apple Inc. is shutting down its Pay Later program, which let customers make purchases on an installment plan, marking a retreat from efforts to offer more financial services in-house.

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