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NEW YORK Billionaire entrepreneur and potential presidential candidate Mark Cuban said on Wednesday that a cut in the U.S. corporate tax rate would have little to no effect on his investment decisions. | Video
LONDON Angola's new President João Lourenço backs the reform plans of oil company Sonangol, the state firm's powerful chief Isabel dos Santos said on Wednesday.
TORONTO The chief executive of Canada's biggest lender on Thursday pushed back on a suggestion by JPMorgan Chief Executive Jamie Dimon that bitcoin is a fraud, though he said the cryptocurrency needs monitoring. | Video
NEW YORK Microsoft Corp Chief Executive Officer Satya Nadella said on Wednesday the company's search engine, Bing, will focus on expanding in the PC search market after losing its deal with Apple Inc's voice assistant Siri. | Video
NEW YORK Brazil's President Michel Temer said on Wednesday state-run oil company Petroleo Brasileiro, a symbol of national sovereignty, would stay in public hands even as his government makes an aggressive privatisation push. | Video
SYDNEY Australia's corporate regulator took aim at the nation's four major banks, saying the powerful institutions "with a lot of hubris" aren't used to being taken on by regulators who have stepped up scrutiny of the scandal-hit sector.
HONG KONG Trading fees at the London Metal Exchange (LME) will likely be cut to bolster liquidity at the world's oldest and largest market for industrial metals, said the chief executive of its owner, Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing (HKEX).
HONG KONG Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing Ltd (HKEX) is still in talks with oil giant Saudi Aramco, with the bourse's planned IPO investment link with China key to clinching the potential listing, Chief Executive Charles Li told Reuters on Tuesday.
HONG KONG Hong Kong needs to find new ways to attract so-called new-economy companies to stay competitive, Charles Li, chief executive of bourse operator Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing Ltd (HKEX), told Reuters on Tuesday.
SYDNEY Australia's largest pension fund, AustralianSuper, is preparing for the end of the global equities run and looking to infrastructure opportunities in the United States where it believes foreign firms will in time gain greater access. | Video
SYDNEY The head of Australia's biggest pension fund, AustralianSuper, expects state governments in the United States will cast aside parochial concerns and allow foreign funds to invest and fix up poor infrastructure there.
SYDNEY Australia's largest pension fund, AustralianSuper, plans to invest a greater share of its A$120 billion ($96.7 billion) in funds offshore, with Asia set to become a greater focus, chief executive Ian Silk said on Thursday.
SYDNEY Australia's largest pension fund, AustralianSuper, is interested in investing more in infrastructure projects at home but will avoid the energy sector given uncertainty over government policies.
HONG KONG Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam said on Friday she shares the compassion of people over the death of Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo and acknowledged "anxieties" about "incidents" in the former British colony that can potentially erode its autonomy. | Video
HONG KONG Hong Kong's high court on Friday expelled four opposition lawmakers from the city's legislature after it invalidated their oaths of office, a ruling that undermines the influence of the opposition in favour of pro-China legislators.
LONDON Finance firms should not be forced by regulators to change location after Britain leaves the European Union in 2019, Andrew Bailey, chief executive of the UK's Financial Conduct Authority told a Reuters Newsmaker event on Thursday. | Video
LONDON Banks and other financial services firms need a transition period based on current trading arrangements after Britain leaves the European Union, a top UK markets watchdog said on Thursday.
LONDON The U.S. cruise missile strikes on a Syrian airbase has prompted a flight to perceived safe-haven assets, including top-rated government debt, gold and the Japanese yen.
TOKYO Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said there is "no reason" to raise the bank's bond yield targets now with inflation so far from its 2 percent target, offering his strongest denial to date of the chance of withdrawing its massive stimulus any time soon. | Video
TOKYO Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said on Friday he does not expect the central bank to raise its bond yield targets now, and will look at underlying trend inflation in guiding monetary policy.
- Video: The Trump budget debate
- Video: U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan
- Video: Sonangol chief Isabel dos Santos
- Video: Royal Bank of Canada CEO Dave McKay
- Video: Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella
- Video: Brazil’s President Michel Temer
- Australia’s corporate regulator Greg Medcraft
- HKEX CEO Charles Li
- AustralianSuper CEO Ian Silk
- Video: Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam
- UK Financial Conduct Authority chief Andrew Bailey
- Video: The future of autonomous vehicles
- BoE Governor Mark Carney
- BOJ Governor Haruhiko Kuroda
- DBS CEO Piyush Gupta
- Video: The future of shareholder activism
- ANZ CEO Shayne Elliott
- ECB council member Philip Lane
- Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
- Video: Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos