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Kraft also said it reviewed supplier contracts and found additional misstatements may or may not have resulted from the misconduct tied to its procurement practices. Photograph: Scott Morgan/Reuters

Kraft Heinz will restate financial reports for a period of almost three years to fix errors that resulted from lapses in procurement practices by some(...)

Berkshire Hathaway chairman Warren Buffett at its  annual shareholder meeting in Omaha, Nebraska, last week. Photograph: Scott Morgan/Reuters

Warren Buffett said on Monday that a trade war between the US and China would be “bad for the whole world.” The chairman and largest shareholder of B(...)

Photograph: Brendan McDermid/Reuters

US jobs data pointing to an expanding economy helped global shares on Friday although the main Irish index lagged behind European peers. DUBLIN The(...)

Huawei’s struggle stems in part from its own internal conflict. Image: New York Times

Huawei Technologies founder Ren Zhengfei once recommended that his senior executives watch a TV series called Proof of Identity. In that 2009 series, (...)

Rent the Runway chief technology officer Josh Builder. The company is creating 150 jobs in Galway but has no plans to launch its service here. Photograph: Amanda Villarosa

Rent the Runway, a US fashion company recently valued at $1 billion (€889 million), is to create 150 jobs in Galway with the opening of its first inte(...)

Rent the Runway founder and chief executive Jenny Hyman

Rent the Runway, a US fashion company recently valued at $1 billion (€890 million), is to open a technology centre in the Republic of Ireland shortly.(...)

Jamie Dimon, chief executive of JP Morgan at the bank’s new Irish headquarters on Sir John Rogerson’s Quay,Dublin. Photograph: Tom Honan

The frisson in the air is palpable as JP Morgan chief executive and Wall Street grandee, Jamie Dimon, wanders around the banking giant’s new Irish hea(...)

President Donald Trump with China’s president, Xi Jinping, in Beijing for trade talks in 2017. Photograph: Doug Mills/The New York Times

Donald Trump is increasingly betting that stock market strength is the key to him being re-elected next year, according to Bloomberg and CNBC reports (...)

Up to 98 per cent of Kraft’s sales before the merger with Heinz were in North America.

Warren Buffett never bets against the US, the country where he built his fortune. “The record of American business has been extraordinary. . .We are l(...)

US chipmaker Intel has bid up to $6 billion in cash and stock to buy Israel’s Mellanox Technologies, Israeli media reported on Wednesday. A $6 billi(...)

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