The U.S. rail regulator on Tuesday rejected a voting trust structure that would have allowed Canadian National Railway Co to proceed with its $29 billion proposed acquisition of U.S. peer Kansas City Southern.
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(Reuters) -U.S. aerospace manufacturer Raytheon Technologies Corp on Tuesday raised its full-year profit forecast and beat quarterly expectations on the back of higher demand for its commercial engines, spare parts and aftermarket services.
(Reuters) -Largest U.S. homebuilder D.R. Horton Inc said on Thursday it expected current-quarter orders to be even lower than the third quarter as it limits new bookings amid a slowdown in homebuilding due to high material and labor costs.
(Reuters) -Lithia Motors Inc reported record quarterly results on Wednesday, helped by robust demand for personal vehicles, but the U.S. auto retailer warned that profit margin will likely reduce by early 2022 as the supply of vehicles normalizes.
(Reuters) -AutoNation Inc said it expects strong demand for new vehicles to continue into next year, as low-interest rates and robust demand helped the top U.S. auto retailer trounce quarterly earnings estimates.
The United Auto Workers (UAW) on Friday said President Rory Gamble will retire at the end of June, a year before completing his tenure, after steering the union through a multiyear federal corruption investigation.
(Reuters) -Deere & Co on Friday raised its full-year earnings on buoyant demand for farm and construction machines, but warned a global shortage of semiconductor chips posed a "significant" risk to its production schedule. | Video