Bayer to Sell Assets to BASF for $7 Billion
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Bayer said it has agreed to sell parts of its crop-science business to rival BASF, a bid to assuage regulators as the German chemical conglomerate seeks approval for its $57 billion acquisition of U.S. seed maker Monsanto.
Citigroup, Deutsche, HSBC Agree to $132 Million Settlement in Libor Scandal
Citigroup, Deutsche Bank, and HSBC have agreed to pay about $132 million in total to resolve accusations they rigged a lending benchmark.
Samsung Expects Another Quarter of Record Profit; CEO to Resign
Samsung Electronics, continuing to see roaring demand for its components, is forecasting third-quarter profits will be the company's highest ever. Chief Executive Kwon Oh-hyun, who has overseen the firm's lucrative components business, also said he will resign.
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HP Forecasts a Good 2018 for Profit
HP Inc. expects 2018 to be another good year, with profit projections beating Wall Street expectations, and it's pledging to continue to return most of its cash to shareholders.
Amazon Suspends Entertainment Chief Roy Price
Amazon.com suspended the head of its entertainment studio, Roy Price, in the wake of allegations of mismanagement and sexual harassment and criticism of his close business relationship with Harvey Weinstein.
Chevron Loses Taste for Oil in Great Australian Bight
The U.S. company has abandoned plans for deep-water exploration wells in the 1,000-mile stretch of ocean off southern Australia, citing low oil prices.
FAA Orders Inspections of Engines on Most Airbus A380s
U.S. air-safety regulators have issued an emergency order requiring airlines to inspect engines on roughly 120 Airbus A380 superjumbo jets world-wide, prompted by an engine that violently broke apart during a recent Air France flight.
MGM Officially Disputes Part of Police Timeline in Vegas Shooting
The owner of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino claims the wounding of a security guard by Stephen Paddock occurred moments before shootings began, a much shorter time frame than the six minutes attributed by law enforcement.
Drinking Beer Alone Could Work Better for Asahi in China
The Japanese company is set to ditch its investment in Tsingtao. Following the strategy of other foreign brewers in China could be more profitable
Hostess Latest Food Maker to Plan Leadership Change
Hostess Brands Inc. joined the ranks of food companies changing leaders as Bill Toler said he plans to retire in March, just over a year after taking the Twinkie-maker public again.
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October 13, 2017 05:15 ET (09:15 GMT)