NEW YORK/LOS ANGELES Union Pacific Corp's chief executive said another round of tariffs on Chinese goods could badly hurt his railroad and the U.S. economy, but he feels U.S. President Donald Trump is listening to his concerns.
HOLDEN BEACH, N.C., Sept 11 Mass evacuations
were ordered along the U.S. Atlantic Coast as Hurricane
Florence, a Category 4 storm and the most powerful to menace the
region in nearly three decades, barreled toward the region on
HOLDEN BEACH, N.C. More than 1 million people along the Carolina coast fled toward higher ground on Monday in a mass evacuation ordered three days before the expected arrival of Hurricane Florence, a Category 4 storm and the most powerful to menace the region in nearly three decades. | Video
AT&T Inc , the No. 2 U.S. wireless carrier, reported quarterly results that matched analysts' estimates, as it added more smartphone customers in a saturated wireless market, and said it was confident its deal to buy Time Warner Inc would be approved.
NEW YORK Rupert Murdoch on Friday named company veterans Jack Abernethy and Bill Shine as co-presidents to lead Fox News after Chief Executive Officer Roger Ailes resigned last month following sexual harassment allegations.
NEW YORK The Olympics are already proving to be a boon for Comcast Corp’s NBC and a drag for its U.S. media competitors, as well as for restaurants that rely on customers venturing out in the evening for a bite to eat.
Viacom Inc warned on Friday that its
shares could fall as a result of a bylaw change by controlling
shareholder Sumner Redstone to restrict Viacom's planned sale of
a stake in its Paramount film unit.
NEW YORK Viacom's Chief Executive Philippe
Dauman, who is suing over his removal from Sumner Redstone's
trust, on Monday said in a court filing that a judge should
expedite the matter because the 93-year-old media mogul is in
ill health and may soon not be able to provide needed evidence.
HOUSTON/NEW YORK The Rockefeller Family Fund said on Wednesday it would divest from fossil fuels as quickly as possible and "eliminate holdings" of Exxon Mobil Corp , saying the oil company associated with the family fortune has misled the public about climate change risks.
The Rockefeller Family Fund said on Wednesday it
will divest from fossil fuels as quickly as possible and
"eliminate holdings" of Exxon Mobil, chiding the oil
giant for allegedly misleading the public about climate change