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Alphabet unit Google's fight against a 2.4-billion-euro ($2.64 billion) EU antitrust fine will be played out over three days in February 2020 at Europe's second-highest court, according to parties involved in the case.
U.S. stocks stalled on Monday after three straight sessions of gains as a bare-bones trade deal with China announced on Friday dampened sentiment and triggered a 2% drop in oil prices, ahead of the start of third-quarter earnings season.
Facebook's Libra cryptocurrency faces a pivotal meeting of backers on Monday, days after the ambitious project to bring digital coins into mainstream commerce suffered a severe setback when major payment firms quit.
A number of payment processors and fintech companies that joined Facebook Inc's digital currency project Libra with great fanfare earlier this year, have abandoned the project, dealing a blow to the social media giant's plans.
The U.S. dollar gained on Monday as initial optimism ebbed over a potential U.S.-China trade deal that President Donald Trump outlined last week, but a gauge of global equity markets was little changed as investors sought details.
Brazil airline Azul SA said on Monday that it is in discussions to join a planned partnership with United Airlines , Avianca Holdings and Copa Holdings for flights between the United States and Latin America.
U.S. private equity firm Thoma Bravo is adding Sophos Group to its cybersecurity stable, announcing on Monday a buyout deal that values the British maker of antivirus and encryption products at about $3.8 billion.
Wall Street was set to fall for the first time in four sessions on Monday on signs there was more hard work to be done before a partial trade deal with China announced by President Donald Trump on Friday could be sealed.
U.S. President Donald Trump called his Phase 1 trade deal with China "by far, the greatest and biggest deal ever made," even though nothing was agreed on paper, and most of the tariffs set upon Chinese goods remain in place.
Downward pressure on China's economy is increasing and the government will make good use of counter-cyclical adjustments to keep economic operations within reasonable range, state television quoted premier Li Keqiang as saying.
A global index of stock markets dipped on Monday as a report that China wants more talks before signing a "Phase One" trade deal with the United States tempered an initial burst of optimism that followed signs of progress last week.
Superdry put its faith in Julian Dunkerton to get the British fashion group back on track on Monday, confirming him as chief executive until 2021, after the co-founder returned in a boardroom coup earlier this year.
Oil prices fell more than 2% on Monday as scant details about the first phase of a trade deal between the United States and China undercut optimism over a U.S.-Sino thaw that had helped lift crude markets by 2% at the end of last week.
Liberty Global has offered a 500 million Swiss franc ($501.45 million) sweetener to rescue the sale of its Swiss cable and TV business to Sunrise Communications but a key Sunrise shareholder said it remained opposed to the deal.
The World Trade Organization (WTO) formally authorized the United States on Monday to impose tariffs on up to $7.5 billion of imports of EU goods after an arbitrator's decision over subsidies to planemaker Airbus .
A global index of stock markets slipped on Monday as signs of progress in the China-U.S. trade dispute drew mixed a reaction from investors, with some cautioning over a lack of detail in the initial stages of the agreement.
China is still a long way from forking out $50 billion for farm goods from the United States, agriculture industry analysts said on Monday, cautioning that getting there is contingent on removing substantial technical and political hurdles.
The World Trade Organization (WTO) formally authorized the United States on Monday to impose tariffs on up to $7.5 billion of imports of EU goods after a decision earlier this month by a WTO arbitrator over subsidies to planemaker Airbus .
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