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Reuters: Business

Amazon.com, Qualcomm to put Alexa assistant in more headphones

Microchip firm Qualcomm Inc is joining Amazon.com Inc to spread the use of Amazon's Alexa voice assistant in wireless headphones, the companies said on Monday.

Asian shares struggle as European woes, Saudi concerns dim mood

Asian shares edged lower on Tuesday as earnings season nerves in the U.S. dented Wall Street, while a cocktail of negative factors from Saudi Arabia's diplomatic isolation to concerns over Italy's

U.S. judge denies Monsanto new trial in California glyphosate case

A U.S. judge conditionally denied Bayer AG-unit Monsanto's motion to receive a new trial on the $250 million punitive damages portion of a recent jury verdict that found the company's glyphosate-based

Uber's dealmaking chief Poetzscher resigns

Cameron Poetzscher, who oversaw a string of high-profile deals at Uber Technologies Inc [UBER.UL], has resigned, weeks after a report on allegations of sexual misconduct against him at the

Dow, S&P fall as earnings season picks up; tech boosts Nasdaq

The S&P 500 and the Dow fell in choppy trading on Monday as energy and financial stocks lost ground and caution grew ahead of a slew of earnings reports this week.

Dow, S&P 500 fall as dollar rises, yield curve flat

U.S. stocks closed lower after choppy trade on Monday, as some investors showed signs of earnings season nerves, while political worries in Europe led the dollar to strengthen against the euro and

Uber's head of corporate development Poetzscher resigns: WSJ

Uber Technologies Inc's head of corporate development Cameron Poetzscher has resigned, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday, weeks after the newspaper reported allegations of sexual misconduct

Energy and financials weigh on S&P and Dow

The S&P 500 and Dow slipped in choppy trading on Monday following losses in energy and financial stocks, and as caution grew ahead of a slew of earnings this week.

This week's earnings shine spotlight on China growth risk

It's not the U.S. economy, stupid. It's China's.

Benetton founder, who took family business beyond sweaters, dies at 77

Gilberto Benetton, a co-founder of Italian clothing retailer United Colors of Benetton who masterminded the family empire's diversification into construction, transport and catering, has died at the

Dow, S&P 500 down as dollar rises, yield curve flattens

U.S. stocks were slightly lower in choppy trade on Monday as some investors showed earnings season nerves and the dollar strengthened, while long-dated U.S. Treasury prices edged higher.

Republican U.S. election sweep would boost short sellers: Lamensdorf

U.S. equity short sellers are rooting for a Republican sweep of Congress in U.S. elections on Nov. 6, which are seen as partly a vote on President Donald Trump's pro-business policies, a leading Wall

Arm CEO pulls out of Saudi conference: source

British chip designer Arm Holdings Chief Executive Officer Simon Segars has pulled out of the Saudi Arabia investment conference this week, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters on Monday.

Gilberto Benetton, co-founder of Benetton group, has died: sources

Gilberto Benetton, one of the co-founders of the Italian clothing retailer Benetton Group, has died, sources with knowledge of the matter said on Monday.

Wells Fargo pays $65 million to settle 'cross-sell' fraud claims with New York

Wells Fargo & Co will pay $65 million to settle claims that it misled investors about its "cross-selling" business strategy, the New York Attorney General's office said on Monday.

Exclusive: Corona brewer Constellation seeks to sell U.S. wine brands - sources

Constellation Brands Inc , the U.S. producer of Corona and Modelo beers, is looking to sell some of its U.S.-based wine brands, in a deal that could be worth more than $3 billion, according to four

Wells Fargo to pay $65 million to settle with NY Attorney General

Wells Fargo & Co will pay $65 million to settle claims stemming from an investigation into the lender's sales practices that saw it open fake accounts for customers to inflate sales metrics, the

Danone bets on healthy eating business to boost growth

Danone is banking on its expansion into the lucrative healthy eating business to produce sales growth that will beat the French food company's rivals over the coming decade.

Aegean picks Pratt & Whitney engines for its A320neo aircraft

Greece's largest carrier Aegean Airlines picked U.S. engine maker Pratt & Whitney to power up to 62 Airbus A320neo aircraft, the carrier said on Monday.

Aptoide wins court battle against Google in landmark case

Portuguese app store Aptoide said on Monday that a local court had ruled against Alphabet Inc's Google in a landmark case, ordering the U.S. giant to stop removing its app from users' mobile phones