Congress voted to end a three-day government shutdown, approving another short-term funding bill as Democrats accepted promises from Republicans for a broad debate later on the future of young illegal immigrants.
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Exclusive: Ackman cuts staff, shuns limelight as he seeks to turn around fund
William Ackman is cutting almost a fifth of staff and looking to lower his public profile as he seeks to turn around Pershing Square Capital Management after three straight years of losses, people familiar with the move told Reuters on Monday.
Asia stocks rise as end to U.S. government shutdown buoys Wall St., dollar steady
Asian stocks advanced on Tuesday after U.S. senators struck a deal to end a three-day government shutdown, sending Wall Street's main indexes to record highs and keeping the dollar well supported.
Bacardi to buy high-end tequila maker Patron in $5.1 billion deal
Bacardi Ltd said on Monday it would buy high-end tequila maker Patron Spirits International AG in a $5.1 billion deal, hoping to become the second largest spirits company in the United States by market value.
Puerto Rico to sell off crippled power utility PREPA
Puerto Rico's governor said on Monday he intends to sell off its troubled power utility to the private sector, saying the process could take roughly 18 months to complete.
Turkey expects swift campaign against U.S.-backed Kurds in Syria
Turkey shelled targets in northwest Syria on Monday and said it would swiftly crush U.S.-backed Kurdish YPG fighters in an air and ground offensive on the Afrin region beyond its border.
Facebook should pay 'trusted' news publishers carriage fee: Murdoch
Media mogul Rupert Murdoch on Monday called on Facebook to pay "trusted" news publishers a carriage fee, similar to the model used by cable companies, amid efforts by the social media company to fight misinformation on its platform.
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U.S. girls' accessories retailer Claire's Stores Inc has hired investment bank Lazard Ltd to advise it on ways to address its debt burden, it told Reuters on Monday, as several brick-and-mortar store operators suffer from a drop in mall traffic.