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The numbers are displayed after the closing bell of the Dow in New York on Thursday. Photograph:  Bryan R Smith/AFP/Getty Images

The Dow Jones Industrial Average is the world’s most widely followed share price index. It was created more than 120 years ago by the Wall Street Jour(...)

Cold comfort: cars and vans are mired in heavy traffic ahead of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Photograph: Jason Alden/Bloomberg

In numbers: All the money €32 million Write-off charge recorded by Netflix for “unreleased content we’ve decided not to move forward with” – two epi(...)

Soupmaker Campbell will buy Pretzels and Cape Cod chips maker Snyder’s-Lance. Photograph: iStock

Campbell Soup on Monday said that it would buy Snyder’s-Lance, the company behind Kettle potato crisps and Pop-Secret popcorn, as it seeks to grow its(...)

Bitcoin has been likened to Dante’s Inferno by the chairman of the Royal Bank of Scotland. As the digital currency surged towards $16,000, Sir Howard(...)

‘Black Friday’  on Oxford St,  London, on November 24, 2017. Photograph: AFP/ Daniel Leal-Olivas/Getty

European shares ended little changed on Friday, underpinned by gains among heavyweight financial stocks. British shares were slightly lower. US stock(...)

Donald Trump: The 1,000-point thresholds “continue to drop like flies these days”, noted Bespoke Investment Group. This was the fifth such crossing since Trump’s election win last November. Photograph:  Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images

Last week marked the 30th anniversary of Black Monday, when stocks suffered their biggest one-day plunge in history. There were the usual warnings reg(...)

US president Donald J Trump waves after speaking  at the Values Voter Summit in Washington, DC, October 13th, 2017. Photograph: Michael Reynolds/EPA

Saying Donald Trump is mistaken is like saying Wednesday follows Tuesday – everyone knows it to be true. Still, let me say it: Trump is mistaken about(...)

 Bottles of Procter and Gamble’s Tide laundry detergent.  P&G declared victory in a bid to keep  investor Nelson Peltz off its board. Photograph: Andrew Kelly/Reuters

Procter and Gamble declared victory in a bid to keep billionaire investor Nelson Peltz off its board, even as the activist’s hedge fund said the vote (...)

French telecom and Media group Altice founder Patrick Drahi. The firm is exploring a bid for Charter Communications, the second-largest US cable operator and the owner of assets formerly held by Time Warner Cable.

Altice, the deal-hungry cable and telecoms group controlled by Franco-Israeli billionaire Patrick Drahi, is lining up a potential $185 billion (€157 b(...)

Speaking to CNBC, Standard Life’s Keith Skeoch said, “certainly we are looking to put our MiFID company into Ireland”

Standard Life has reiterated its intention to move some of its operation to Dublin in the aftermath of Brexit. Speaking to business news television (...)

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