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Austin Harris thought his years as an investment banker had taught him all about tough job interviews—until one that started with a daybreak run though New York City’s Central Park and ended in a cramped office gym for a...
A stunning one-off customised Rolls-Royce with an estimated $12 million price tag swept into the record books when the wraps came off today. The highly-personalised two-seater Rolls-Royce Sweptail, which takes its styling cues from luxury yachts, is believed to be...
China and Russia Monday set up a joint venture to build wide-body passenger jets in the latest attempt to break into the lucrative market longtime dominated by Boeing and Airbus. The Shanghai-based China-Russia Commercial Aircraft International Co., Ltd (CRAIC) has...
Just when it looked as if some in the crowd at Christie’s might nod off during a slow-going — albeit solid — auction of Impressionist and Modern works Monday evening, a bronze female head by Constantin Brancusi injected a...
What happened to $650 million? An explosive legal battle between one of Hollywood's best-paid actors and the business managers he fired has laid bare tumultuous finances, outrageous spending and troubling behavior on Disney's new 'Pirates' movie in a case...
Russia's Gazprom said Switzerland's Allseas Group S.A. has begun constructing the first stage of the Turkish Stream pipeline. The natural gas pipe will run from southern Russia across the Black Sea to Turkey, allowing the state-owned company to send gas...
A $10 billion suit against George Soros accuses the self-styled 'humanitarian' of meddling in the politics of a poor African country in order to settle his own scores, a charge the billionaire’s critics say reflects his longtime modus operandi. The...
The Chinese COMAC C919 airplane, which seeks to challenge the market dominance of the Boeing 737 and Airbus A320, has made its maiden flight. The new narrow-body twin-engine passenger jet took to the skies of Shanghai on Friday. The...
Austria is seeking ways to make digital services like Alphabet Inc.’s Google or Facebook Inc. pay taxes for transactions with the nation’s internet users, trying to plug gaps in a tax system still designed for brick-and-mortar business. The most ambitious...
Massive US-based oil company Exxon-Mobil will not be getting a waiver from the Treasury Department allowing them to participate in joint drilling operations with Russian-based oil company Rosneft. Exxon had previously been given waivers in 2015 and 2016. The US...

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