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Google could face a record fine from European antitrust authorities Wednesday, according to multiple media reports, following a lengthy investigation into contracts that tie makers of android-operated smartphones to the exclusive sale of its apps.
An upbeat assessment of the U.S. economy from Fed Chairman Jerome Powell, as well as a robust start to the corporate earnings season, has global stocks on the march Wednesday, although trade war jitters continue to blunt gains in China.
U.K. inflation slowed notably in June, sending the pound sharply lower against the dollar as bets on a near-term rate hike from the Bank of England fade and investors sift through the brewing political chaos surrounding the country's exit from the European Union.
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Texas Instruments Incorporated TXN CEO Brian Crutcher has resigned his posts as CEO, president and board member after violating the company's code of conduct with his personal actions, the Dallas-based company best known for its graphing calculators announced alongside its quarterly earnings Tuesday.