Morgan Stanley Profit, Revenue Rise
The Wall Street firm said its quarterly profit rose 25% from a year ago, another big U.S. bank to skate unscathed through the rockiest economy in years. Trading revenue increased 20%, following the trend at rivals.
NBC Actors, Producers Protest Network's Decision to Host Trump Town Hall at Same Time as Biden's ABC Event
The group of more than one hundred are protesting NBC News's decision to carry a town hall meeting with President Trump on Thursday night opposite a previously scheduled Joe Biden town hall on rival ABC News.
Walgreens Profit Falls As U.K. Business Struggles
Retail sales at the Boots U.K. unit fell more than 29%, with the coronavirus reducing consumer visits at stores on major shopping streets, in train stations and in airports.
IBM, ServiceNow Partner on AI Effort Aimed at Identifying IT Anomalies
The new offering will combine ServiceNow's IT Service Management and IT Operations Management systems with IBM's recently introduced Watson AIOps.
China's Rebound Helps Lift Japanese Businesses
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to pummel the world's major economies, Japan's corporate giants are pinning their hopes on the one market that is really rebounding: China.
Westfield's Owner Offers Two Unappealing Deals
Shareholders in Europe's largest property company have a choice between two bad options.
Facebook, Twitter Limit Sharing of New York Post Articles That Biden Disputes
Twitter on Wednesday blocked users from posting links to the articles, and Facebook has slowed the spread of the articles pending guidance from its fact-checking partners.
Fiat Chrysler, Union Avert Canada Strike With Tentative Deal
Fiat Chrysler and the union representing about 9,000 workers at its three Canadian factories reached a tentative agreement, averting a strike that threatened to ripple across the auto maker's North American operations.
BTS Frenzy Drives Hit K-Pop IPO
Shares in Big Hit Entertainment, the management company behind the South Korean pop sensation, roughly doubled from their initial public offering price by early afternoon in Seoul.
Publicis Revenue Beats Expectations, but Ad Giant Warns of Challenges
Organic revenue fell 5.6% in the third quarter, less than the 13% drop in the second quarter. Covid-19 could make the fourth quarter very difficult, CEO Arthur Sadoun says.
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