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Airbus, Foxconn and Tax Reform - This Is What You Need to Know
European stocks slumped to the lowest level in nearly two months amid a rapid decline in the U.S. dollar and falling oil prices
Foxconn Q3 Profit Hit by iPhone Delays as Apple Assembler Sees Margin Squeeze
Apple's biggest assembler posted its steepest profit drop since 2008 as iPhone supply-chain issues slowed production.
World Can Thank North Korea's 'Rocket Man' If Shinzo Abe Wins Japan's Election
The Japanese prime minister has called a snap election, which could give Abe's push for a better economy and stronger military new vigor.
Samsung, Foxconn to Join Apple Maverick to Get Rid of Wires in Data Transfer
It's called 'kiss' technology and it could transfer files as large as movies in seconds.
Western Digital Seeks Injunction To Block Toshiba Chip Unit Sale
Western Digital Corp. has sought an injunction to prevent Toshiba from selling its chip business, a move that could throw doubt over the much-needed sale.
KKR, Toshiba In Talks for Preemptive Chips Unit Deal
Toshiba reportedly is in favor of KKR and Innovation Network Corp. of Japan's proposal.
Japan's Innovation Network Could Play Kingmaker in Toshiba's Memory Unit Sale
Toshiba edged higher in Tokyo amid reports its flash-memory unit attracted the fund, which could play the role of kingmaker in the potential $23 billion deal.
Toshiba Files Q3 Earnings Without Auditor's Approval; Warns of 'Going Concern' Risk
Toshiba filed a twice-delayed third quarter earnings report Tuesday despite having failed to gain a sign-off from its auditors and warned that its financial future may be in doubt.
Toshiba Shares Fall Amid Speculation of Delayed Q3 Filing Without Auditors' Approval
Toshiba Corp were marked lower again in Tokyo Tuesday amid speculation the troubled conglomerate would file its delayed third quarter earnings report without a sign-off from its auditors.
Tips for Retirees to Deal with Falling Stocks and Bonds
The markets' slide particularly hurts retirees, who may have to sell some of their stocks and bonds to finance spending.
Alphabet CEO Pichai Continues to Sound Alarm About the Economy
The parent company of Google and Youtube is preparing for a sharp deterioration in the health of the economy.