Italian league leader faces friendly shot against budget

ROME / PADUA (Reuters) – Italy's deputy prime minister, Matteo Salvini, is generally in love with the clashes, but now the populist executioner is under attack from a place he…

How Apple loses its grip on India

BENGALURU (Reuters) – Software engineer Samee Alam was ready to take the plunge and buy an iPhone at this week's Diwali Festival sales, but at the last minute he opted…

The go-go growth days in the US are over, the value is back in the game

NEW YORK (Reuters) – One indisputable fact has underpinned the recent end of the long-running US bull market: the payment of growth stocks at any price has paid off enormously.…

The death of the chairman adds uncertainty to King Power as Thai duty-free changes threaten

BANGKOK (Reuters) – The death of Leicester City Soccer Club owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha adds challenges facing his King Power International empire as his dominance of Thailand's lucrative duty-free industry comes…

American slate producers are watching global price developments as exports rise

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Three years after lifting a ban on crude oil exports, some US shale producers are doing something they've never done before – barring prices for their…

Few see Trump-friendly recovery of US stocks before elections

NEW YORK (Reuters) – US President Donald Trump's favorite report on his presidency could miss him at a critical juncture. A screen shows a chart of the Dow Jones Industrial…