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Google's treatment of extremist content is coming under fire as more companies temporarily pull advertising from Google's YouTube and programmatic advertising platforms.
Google has found itself in the cross hairs of British lawmakers after it was discovered that government advertising was being played before extremist content.
Investors will be looking for Adobe to demonstrate the strength of its cloud model.
GlaxoSmithKline faces a rebellion from shareholders over the pay package of its incoming CEO Emma Walmsley, the U.K.'s top businesswoman
M&A continued as a key influence for European stocks while politics also returned to the fore as polls narrowed in favor of Le Pen
Demand for 'green' consumer products is rising and giants like Procter & Gamble are noticing.
L'Oreal is said to be working with Lazard on options for The Body Shop, as it focuses on skincare lines.
A scattered day of trading leaves stocks mixed on Tuesday with the Nasdaq enjoying a record close for its third day in a row and the Dow lost ground again.
Stocks turn mixed on Tuesday, though the Nasdaq remains on track to set to record a close for its third day in a row.
Cramer looks back on his previous criticism of Valeant following L'Oreal deal.
Stocks turn higher Tuesday as crude oil declines and the fourth-quarter earnings season draws closer.
L'Oreal just wrote a huge check to Valeant.
U.S. stocks were mixed Tuesday. Investors are awaiting President-elect Donald Trump's first news conference since the election, which will be held Wednesday.
The acquisition comes as the company tries to expand its skincare portfolio.
Stock futures are little changed on Tuesday as investors await news from a press conference Wednesday with President-elect Donald Trump. Oil prices level off.
U.S. stock futures are rising; Yahoo!'s Marissa Mayer will leave the board after the sale to Verizon closes; Alphabet's Google unit is reportedly in talks to sell its satellite business.
European stocks turned positive Tuesday as bullish U.K. retail data and solid blue-chip gains in Germany helped boost benchmarks around the region.
European stocks traded lower Tuesday, but a renewed fall in the British pound helped lift the U.K. benchmark to another all-time high.
Wall Street expects the beauty retailer to report an increase in third-quarter earnings and revenue over last year following Thursday's market close.
AB InBev losses on exposure to Mexican consumer.
European luxury and consumer group are tapping the $120 billion skin care market to boost quarterly earnings.
Friday rally rounds off a volatile week for European markets as risk stocks lead the way back up.
Luxury goods makers LVMH and Kering, and retailers Marks & Spencer and Sainsbury rise.
More investors think luxury retailer is undervalued, Credit Suisse analysts say.
Strong corporate earnings drive post-Brexit rally across Europe.
The French beauty products company suffers from what it says was a temporary slowdown in U.S. professional products in the second quarter, as it struggles at home.
The Starcom Mediavest and Leo Burnett owner says restructuring benefits should kick in from 2017, and it sees little impact from Brexit.
The E.U.'s highest court says the clothing maker can force a market-hall tenant to stop renting sales areas to purveyors of fake goods.