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May 24 - The Memorial Day weekend kicks off the summer travel season, which is projected to see higher costs. Jeanne Yurman reports.
May 24 - Summary of business headlines: Stocks are little changed heading into long holiday weekend; Yahoo puts in bid for Hulu -sources; Gold sees best week in a month, oil sees its worst; Durable orders rise; Retail shadow darkens. Conway G. Gittens reports.
May 24 - Friday's estimated sluggish inflation numbers could keep worries about Fed policy tightening at bay for now.
The S&P 500 in on track for its best January-through-May run since 1997. But which firms are outperforming the index? Where’s the money coming from? And who’s making the most money? Here are the answers.
May 24 - Shelly Shetty, Senior Director at Fitch's Sovereign Group says a global economic slowdown as well as Brazil's weak infrastructure and rigid labor markets are hindering an economic rebound in the nation.
May 24 - Yahoo shareholders Eric Jackson of Ironfire Capital and Walter Price of Allianz Global Investors think shares have significant upside. They discuss the recent Tumblr buy, its Alibaba stake and more.
May 24 - John Miller of Nuveen Asset Management discusses his fund's muni holdings in Florida, California & Illinois and says he favors revenue bonds.
May 24 - The tornadoes that hit the United States caused as much as $5 billion in insured losses, according to early estimates from Eqecat. Conway G. Gittens reports.
May 24 - German sportswear makers Adidas and Puma renew their rivalry when teams Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund go head to head in Europe's Champions League Final at Wembley. Ciara Sutton reports.
May 24 - P&G shares get a new lease of life after the surprise return of former CEO A.G. Lafley. Also find out why teen apparel has had a threadbare quarter.
May.24 - Swedish police are seeking reinforcements following a fifth night of damaging clashes in the capital, as questions are raised about the causes of the unrest. Kirsty Basset reports.
May 24 - Breakingviews columnists discuss the implications of inflation being in decline globally despite seemingly inflationary central bank policies.
May 24 - For film-makers, Cannes is all about winning the coveted Palme d'Or. But for corporations, the red carpet provides a glamorous backdrop for promoting luxury products. Hayley Platt reports.
May 24 - Euro zone inflation and unemployment figures next week, with the jobless rate set to hit a fresh record high. Plus, Reuters has a batch of exclusive interviews from the OECD's annual meeting in Paris.
May 24 - Head of the IMF, Christine Lagarde, was questioned again by French prosecutors on Friday over her role in a 285 million euro payment made to a supporter of former president Nicolas Sarkozy, which dates back to 2007 when she was Sarkozy's finance minister. Lagarde risks being placed under formal investigation when the hearing wraps up on Friday, reports Joanna Partridge.
May 24 - P&G brings back A.G. Lafley as CEO, replacing Bob McDonald immediately in the midst of a major restructuring.
May 24 - Banker turned baker Tom Molnar tells Reuters how his working life changed after leaving his financial job in London. Reuters' Angeline Ong takes a tour of his successful artisan bakery.
May 24 - Heathrow airport closes a runway after a British Airways plane makes an emergency landing. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
May 24 - Western tipples have long been a hit with Chinese. But now China wants to give back. Backed by global beverage giants, the fiery traditional spirit baijiu could be coming to a cocktail bar near you.
May 24 - Europe's sick man not so long ago, Germany's fortunes have changed -- and its soccer resurgence has a lot in common with its economic renaissance, says Breakingviews.