An array of companies and groups that have opposed T-Mobile US Inc's plan to buy Sprint Corp announced on Thursday that they had banded together, saying the deal would lead to higher prices for wireless customers and hurt rural consumers.
Huawei's relations with British authorities hit a low last month when a top official walked out of a meeting with the Chinese company over its perceived failure to fix security holes in its products, sources familiar with the talks told Reuters.
U.S. stocks rose for a second day on Thursday, led by technology stocks, as sentiment was boosted by signs of progress between the United States and China over their bitter trade dispute.
Ford's rejection of a rescue deal for the Blanquefort site in France represented a "betrayal" by the U.S. carmaker, said French finance minister Bruno Le Maire on Thursday.
Short-dated Italian bond yields hit their lowest level in six months on Thursday after the country's government confirmed it would cut its deficit goal for 2019, potentially ending months of wrangling between Rome and Brussels. Pascale Davies reports.
Apple Inc said on Thursday it would spend $1 billion to build a second campus in Austin, Texas that will house up to 15,000 workers as part of a broader push by several U.S. companies to create more jobs at home.
The European Central Bank decided on Thursday to end its lavish asset purchase scheme but otherwise kept policy broadly unchanged, promising protracted stimulus for an economy struggling with an unexpected slowdown and political turmoil. (ROUGH CUT ONLY - NO REPORTER NARRATION)
U.S. stocks opened higher on Thursday, led by technology shares, as signs of progress between the United States and China on resolving their bitter trade dispute continued to boost sentiment.
Nissan sued ousted chairman Carlos Ghosn's sister on Tuesday in a Rio de Janeiro court for "unjust enrichment," according to judicial records seen by Reuters.
Renault said on Thursday an audit launched in the wake of Chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn's arrest in Japan had so far found no irregularities with his pay at the French carmaker.
The European Central Bank maintained on Thursday its long-standing assessment that risks to growth remain "broadly balanced", but acknowledged that downside elements were becoming more prominent.
Ford will end production at its Blanquefort plant in France by late August next year after rejecting a rescue deal for the factory, in a move which drew the ire of France's finance minister due to the risk of large-scale job losses.
Caterpillar Inc said on Thursday Chief Executive Officer Jim Umpleby would take on the additional role of chairman, effective immediately.
The European Central Bank decided on Thursday to end its lavish asset purchase scheme but otherwise kept policy broadly unchanged, promising protracted stimulus for an economy struggling with an unexpected slowdown and political turmoil.
The number of Americans filing applications for jobless benefits tumbled to near 49-year lows last week, which could ease concerns about a slowdown in the labor market and economy.
Following is the text of the ECB's statement issued after its policy meeting on Thursday: