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Wall St. flat as earnings from some big names disappoint

U.S. stocks were little changed in early trading on Thursday after the S&P and the Nasdaq touched all-time highs as earnings from some big names disappointed.

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Banks hope to keep staff in London if soft Brexit deal struck

LONDON Banks which are shifting operations to avoid disruption once Britain leaves the European Union hope only a handful of people will eventually have to leave London, industry sources say.

10:40am EDT

Exclusive: U.S. Cardinal Health puts $1.5 billion China business on block - sources

HONG KONG U.S. drug distributor Cardinal Health has put its China business up for sale, drawing keen interest from state-backed Chinese pharmaceutical firms in a deal that may be worth up to $1.5 billion, sources familiar with the matter said.

Deals, China 6:01am EDT

Sears to sell Kenmore appliances on Amazon; shares jump

Sears Holdings Corp's shares soared 20 percent after the struggling retailer said it would sell its Kenmore home appliances on Amazon.com and integrate the brand's smart gadgets with the online giant's Alexa digital assistant.

9:54am EDT

Europe's cashed-up companies get comfy with capex

LONDON Sitting on $1 trillion in cash and emerging from years of caution, European companies are now showing the strongest year-on-year growth in capital spending plans in the world.

10:25am EDT

Abbott lifts profit forecast as it integrates St. Jude deal

Abbott Laboratories on Thursday raised its full-year adjusted profit forecast as the diversified healthcare company gains from its $25 billion acquisition of medical devices maker St. Jude Medical earlier this year

9:20am EDT

Monetizing the Dallas Cowboys brand

Dallas Cowboys Chief Operating Officer Stephen Jones talks about maximizing the value of his team.   Full Article 


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