Alibaba surges while Walmart stalls

Online retail giant Alibaba has again reported strong earnings, posting a 56% rise in quarterly revenue. Net income grew by 94% to 14.7bn yuan ($2.2bn; £1.7bn;) for the three months ending June 30, compared to...

Egg scandal affecting over 15 countries

Fifteen EU countries as well as Hong Kong and Switzerland have received eggs contaminated with the insecticide fipronil, the European Commission says. The commission will hold a meeting with ministers and regulators on 26 September. Its...

Why is the US dollar falling?

The US dollar, long a symbol of American economic might, has fallen steadily this year. The value of the dollar index, which tracks the dollar against six major global currencies, has fallen about 10% since...

Snap shares plunge 14% as losses mount

Snap shares plunged 14% on Thursday after the social media firm reported more than $400m (£310m) in quarterly losses and fewer than expected users. The share price fall extended a decline that started almost immediately...

Toshiba delivers long-awaited earnings

Toshiba has met a deadline to report its long-awaited earnings results, reducing the risk that the firm will be delisted from the Tokyo Stock Exchange. The embattled electronics firm posted a loss of $8.8bn (£6.7bn)...

Facebook introduces new video service

Social media giant Facebook has made a move into dedicated video, pitting it against YouTube and TV networks. Users will soon see a new Watch tab that will offer a range of shows, some of...

Mazda hails more efficient petrol engine

Japanese carmaker Mazda has developed a more efficient petrol engine at a time when the industry steers toward electric vehicles. It said the compression ignition engine was up to 30% more fuel-efficient than its current...
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South Africa considering $1 billion bailout for national carrier SAA

South Africa's Treasury is considering a 13 billion rand ($972 million) bailout to keep South African Airways (SAA) going as it battles a mounting cash crunch, Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba said on Friday. The national...
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South African Airways ‘is on verge of bankruptcy’

South African Airways (SAA) has run out of money and is teetering on the edge of bankruptcy, according to information given to the country's parliament. It is thought the national carrier may soon be unable...
Under Armour

Under Armour shares hit record low after forecast cut

Under Armour Inc's (UA.N) shares slumped to a record-low after the company trimmed its sales forecast and said it would cut jobs and close stores, underscoring the company's struggles in a fast-changing and fiercely...
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