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Rainfall in India’s annual monsoon season was below average and less than forecast, with some crop-growing central and northern states receiving less rain than needed, the national weather office said on Saturday as the rainy season ended. Indian monsoon rains

The Republicans’ new tax manifesto sure looks like the break that big business has been waiting for. But though CEOs are guardedly optimistic about what they’re hearing from President Trump and the GOP leadership, they’re also wary that when the

The costs of Volkswagen’s diesel emissions scandal continue to soar. The German automaker set aside an additional €2.5 billion ($ 3 billion) on Friday to buy back cars in North America. That means the scandal has now cost the company

At the start of 2015, H&M (HNNMY) was king of fast fashion. It sold tee shirts for less than $ 10, shoes for less than $ 30, and its stock sold for more than $ 320 a share. Those good

India’s Reliance (RELI.NS) said on Friday that customers of its Jio telecoms unit who buy the latest Apple (AAPL.O) iPhone models from partner stores could sell them back in a year at a guaranteed price, a move that could help

Would going it alone work for Catalonia? The Spanish region is holding an independence referendum on Sunday with major economic implications for the country — and Europe. The vote, which is fiercely opposed by Spain’s central government, comes as the

There are two kinds of companies, according a saying that former Equifax CEO Rick Smith shared in a speech at the University of Georgia on Aug. 17. “There’s those companies that have been breached and know it, and there those

The U.S. International Trade Commission said on Friday it voted to continue investigations into possible dumping and subsidization of stainless steel flanges from China and India. The Department of Commerce announced on Sept. 6 preliminary phase antidumping and countervailing duty

Equifax told the U.S. House of Representatives in a letter made public on Friday that its board of directors formed a special committee to review stock sales by company executives weeks before the credit-reporting service disclosed a massive data breach.

Bombardier Inc has finalized a deal to sell up to 50 Q400 planes to India’s SpiceJet valued at $ 1.7 billion by list prices, its largest single order to date for the turboprop plane, the Canadian company said on Friday.