Analysis-How Wall Street's hottest dealmaking trend fizzled
(Reuters) - Los Angeles Dodgers co-owner Todd Boehly made a lucrative offer last March that Sportradar Group AG founder and CEO Carsten Koerl could not pass up.
As workers age, robots take on more jobs -study
(Reuters) - It turns out robots are taking over jobs fastest around the world in places where their human counterparts are aging the most rapidly.
U.S. to award Newark flights to low-cost carrier to spur competition
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The Biden administration will announce on Thursday it plans to award 16 slots for flights at Newark International airport in New Jersey to a low-cost carrier to spur competition at the busy northeast U.S. airport, documents seen by Reuters show.
S&P ends modestly lower as rising Treasury yields offset robust retail data
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The S&P 500 ended slightly down on Thursday, paring losses in late trading after unexpectedly strong retail sales data underscored the strength of the U.S. economic recovery.
U.S. Gulf crude oil ramps up after hurricane losses -data
HOUSTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) -U.S. Gulf Coast crude oil exports are flowing again after recent hurricanes took out 26 million barrels of offshore production, according to sources and Refinitiv Eikon data, with local prices easing as more shipments moved out of the region.
GM extends EV Bolt production halt to mid-October
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -General Motors Co said on Thursday it will extend a shutdown of a Michigan assembly plant to mid-October following a new recall of its Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicles over battery issues after 12 reported fires.
Analysis-Powell, juggling policy and renomination, now faces an ethics blowup
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - It is perhaps as predictable as it is problematic: Within days of news that two Federal Reserve bank presidents had engaged in controversial stock trades, one of the fiercest critics of the U.S. central bank's financial system oversight demands new ethics rules that would bar such dealings in the future.
Analysis: Investors brace for a great fall in China
LONDON (Reuters) - International investors that have been piling into China in recent years are now bracing for one of its great falls as the troubles of over-indebted property giant China Evergrande come to a head.
Georgieva pressured World Bank employees to favor China in report -ethics probe
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -World Bank leaders, including then-Chief Executive Kristalina Georgieva, applied "undue pressure" on staff to boost China's ranking in the bank's "Doing Business 2018" report, according to an independent investigation released Thursday.