Nestlé Exploring Sale of U.S. Confectionery Business
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Nestlé said it is considering selling its U.S. confectionery business, which includes Butterfinger, BabyRuth and Crunch bars.
U.S. Targets $540 Million of New Assets in 1MDB Fraud Case
Prosecutors in a lawsuit filed Thursday moved to seize a $165 million yacht and other property they allege were bought with stolen money tied to a sweeping Malaysian financial scandal.
Fiat Chrysler Recalls Nearly 300,000 Minivans
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV said Thursday it is recalling nearly 300,000 minivans to fix faulty wiring that could lead air bags to deploy unintentionally, a condition it linked to eight injuries.
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Nike to Cut Jobs as It Combats Sneaker Slump
Nike is cutting more than 1,000 global jobs as part of a restructuring to help the sneaker giant battle slowing sales.
Kroger Shares Slide as Grocer Is Battered by Price Fight
Supermarket giant Kroger posted a second straight quarter of same-store sales declines, as the company continues to feel the pressure of a price fight to attract customers.
BP Forges Ahead With Deepwater Gas Field Plans in India
BP is pushing ahead with long-delayed efforts to develop natural gas offshore India in a $6 billion investment with India's Reliance Industries.
J.P. Morgan Employee Claims Bank Discriminates Against Dads
A J.P. Morgan employee charged the bank with discrimination Thursday, saying it denies fathers paid parental leave on the same terms as mothers.
Hain Celestial Faces Deadline: Report Earnings or Be Delisted
For more than a year, Hain Celestial has struggled to deliver a basic requirement expected from publicly traded companies: regular earnings reports. Now the organic food company risks being delisted from the Nasdaq unless it reports results by day's end Thursday.
Spotify's Paid Users Surged Last Year but Loss Doubled
Music-streaming provider Spotify AB saw explosive paid user growth last year but also doubled the size of its net loss, according to filings released Thursday.
Chinese Banks Limit Exposure to Anbang
A number of Chinese banks have slowed marketing of Anbang-branded investments, in a sign of defensiveness in China's financial sector despite muted market reaction after the insurer's chairman disappeared.
(END) Dow Jones Newswires
June 15, 2017 13:15 ET (17:15 GMT)