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Travis Kalanick's final hours as Uber's chief executive played out in a private room in a downtown Chicago hotel, the NYT reports.
President Donald Trump will hold his first major re-election fundraiser at his hotel in Washington on June 28.
Bank regulators have room to ease the rule that limits how much Wall Street may gamble with customers' money, according to Jerome Powell.
The newspaper fired its chief foreign affairs correspondent after evidence emerged of his involvement in prospective commercial deals.
U.S. motorcycle maker Harley-Davidson is lining up a takeover bid for Italian rival Ducati.
J.Crew won approval from a majority of its debtholders to amend its loan agreement.
The recent sell-off in consumer packaged goods companies following the Amazon-Whole Foods deal "is overdone," says one stock analyst.
Travis Kalanick's exit from Uber leaves his successor with many controversies to manage, says Vox's Timothy B. Lee.
The approval ratings of chief executives at major companies around the world have been released today.
The US State Department questioned the motives of Saudi Arabia and the UAE for their boycott of Doha, saying it was "mystified".
Noble Group said it had reached an agreement with lenders to extend its revolving credit facility by 120 days from 20 June, 2017.
Billionaire Li Ka-shing has named his elder son as his successor in principle, the SCMP reports.
Toshiba has selected a consortium led by the Innovation Network Corporation of Japan, Bain Capital and Development Bank of Japan for memory business sale.
Fettig has held both roles since 2004.
The stock has been on a tear, gaining more than 12 percent so far this year, outperforming the Dow Jones Transportation Average.
Heat at Phoenix Sky harbor airport is grounding flights on smaller aircraft, particularly flights on Bombardier CRJ planes.
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