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2018-04-26T07:53:58.180Z
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Indian stocks have been roughed up along with most markets in recent months, but there could soon be reason to cheer. National elections are due by 2019, and modern history shows that tends to be a good thing for investors.
French President Emmanuel Macron said he thinks U.S. President Donald Trump will withdraw from the Iran nuclear accord, dealing a blow to the agreement reached in 2015 and endorsed by world powers.
Ceridian HCM Holding Inc., the software maker backed by Thomas H. Lee Partners, raised $462 million in its initial public offering.
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President Donald Trump's long-term lawyer Michael Cohen said he will assert his constitutional right against self-incrimination in the lawsuit by adult-film star Stormy Daniels because of the ongoing criminal investigation against him.
When Kim Jong Un crosses the border dividing the two Koreas to shake hands with southern counterpart Moon Jae-in on Friday, his footsteps will be laden with symbolism.
Brexit-backing Conservatives held private talks with Theresa May to demand that the U.K. prime minister sticks to her plan for a clean break with the European Union.
Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc.'s new chief executive officer says pretty much everything's on the table to turn around the beleaguered chain.
Cambridge Analytica whistleblower Christopher Wylie told House Democrats that Steve Bannon, President Donald Trump's former adviser, was behind much of the company's early focus on promoting public discontent to influence U.S. elections.
Pankaj Chowdhry knows first hand how difficult it is for young, unmarried couples in India.
A key Republican lawmaker called out Citigroup Inc. and Bank of America Corp. for their decision to restrict business with the firearms industry.
Stephen Poloz was accused by a senator of "straying too far" from his mandate by endorsing the policies of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau -- an accusation the Bank of Canada governor said he firmly rejected.
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Ford Motor Co. said it will no longer invest in traditional sedans for its namesake brand, spelling the eventual demise of models including a long-ago best-seller, the Taurus.
New York's Metropolitan Transportation Authority, which runs the subway, buses and commuter rail lines, approved an amendment to its capital plan that will allocate at least $600 million for accessibility projects.
It was the prime minister's first interview with foreign media in years.
The U.S. House of Representatives unanimously approved legislation Wednesday to overhaul music copyrights, a step toward reforming the way musicians and songwriters are paid by online streaming services.
The Trump administration plans to nominate Paula Dobriansky, a senior diplomatic official under President George W. Bush, to the top policy job at the State Department, according to three people familiar with the decision.
Ford Motor Co. is sharpening its cost-cutting knives and cleaving another $11.5 billion from spending in the coming years to reach an elusive profit margin target ahead of schedule.
You can thank the millennials.