The Chinese want to inject volatility into their currency markets and deter speculation.
General Electric said it will record a $1.7 billion charge as it meets refund obligations related to the 2008 sale of its Japanese consumer loan business to Shinsei Bank.
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Sony Corp Chief Executive Offer Kazuo Hirai is seeking to cure a TV business that has lost $7.8 billion over a decade by isolating it to speed up decisions on future strategy.
Toyota is reportedly considering pulling its close to $610 million planned investment in Thailand if the country fails to stymie escalating anti-government tensions.
In a bid to create the world's third-largest maker of distilled drinks, Suntory Holdings plans to buy Beam for $13.6 billion.
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General Motors announced it will stop manufacturing in Australia by the end of 2017 due to the country's elevated currency and relatively small market.
Tiffany shares surged after the jewelry retailer reported a higher quarterly profit, helped by stronger-than-expected sales.
GM plans to move its international headquarters from Shanghai to Singapore, as the largest U.S. automaker shakes up its operations abroad.