Volume spikes on sector reshuffle, quadruple witching
An overhaul of Wall Street's technology and media sectors coincided with the quarterly expiration of futures and options, bringing a burst of volume to trading late on Friday that could continue in the days that follow.
White House optimistic on China trade; no date for more talks
The United States is optimistic about finding a way forward in its trade dispute with China, but it does not have a date scheduled for further talks as it assesses Beijing's response to the latest round of tariffs, a senior White House official said on Friday.
United Airlines pilots resist contract changes over regional routes
United Airlines pilots said they refuse to budge on the wording of their contract governing the outsourcing of regional flights.
Caterpillar leans on old playbook to cope with Trump tariffs
Six months into the U.S. tariffs on imported aluminum and steel, Caterpillar Inc is finding that one of the best ways it can protect profits is a cost cutting strategy that is more than two years old.
U.S. agency accuses Walmart of pregnancy discrimination in lawsuit
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission on Friday filed a lawsuit accusing Walmart Inc of forcing pregnant workers at a Wisconsin warehouse to go on unpaid leave and denying their requests to take on easier duties.
BT approaches Worldpay's Philip Jansen to be new CEO: Sky News
BT Group is in advanced talks to appoint payment technology provider Worldpay's outgoing co-chief executive Philip Jansen as its new CEO, Sky News reported on Saturday.
Exclusive: Ecuador attempted to give Assange diplomat post in Russia: document
Ecuador in 2017 gave Wikileaks founder Julian Assange a diplomatic post in Russia but rescinded it after Britain refused to give him diplomatic immunity, according to an Ecuadorean government document seen by Reuters.