Month: June 2023

Trump pleads not guilty in federal documents case

Reuters beat the world in reporting that former U.S. President Donald Trump pleaded not guilty to federal criminal charges that he unlawfully kept national-security documents when he left office and lied to officials who sought to recover them. Despite intense competition and a court order prohibiting the use of electronics, Reuters was able to get […]
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Bunge has finalized merger with Viterra 

Reuters was first to report that U.S. grains merchant Bunge Ltd was in advanced talks on a deal to merge with Glencore Plc-backed peer Viterra and create an agricultural trading giant worth more than $30 billion, including debt. The high-profile merger was announced earlier today, confirming the Reuters scoop. The deal brings the combined company […]
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Vodafone, Hutchison to announce UK merger as soon as Friday

Reuters exclusively reported that Vodafone (VOD.L) and CK Hutchison (0001.HK) are in the final stage of agreeing to merge their British operations, with an announcement expected as soon as Friday or early next week. The post Vodafone, Hutchison to announce UK merger as soon as Friday appeared first on Reuters News Agency.
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Canada’s TC Energy laying off staff

Reuters exclusively reported that Canada’s energy infrastructure company TC Energy was planning to cut jobs, just a week after Suncor Energy unveiled plans to lay off 1,500 jobs. A spokesperson for TC Energy told Reuters that the company was downsizing to optimize its business. TC shares rose 1.1% backing a decline in the broader Canadian […]
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War zone villagers flee after massive Ukraine dam destroyed

Reuters was hours ahead of competition reporting on the destruction of the Nova Kakhovka dam in southern Ukraine. Chicago wheat climbed over 3% on Tuesday to a near three-week high as the breaching of the dam heightened worries about escalation in the war between major grain exporters Ukraine and Russia.  The post War zone villagers […]
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Crypto giant Binance controlled ‘independent’ US affiliate’s bank accounts

Reuters exclusively reported that a senior Binance executive was the main operator for five bank accounts belonging to the giant cryptocurrency exchange’s purportedly independent U.S. affiliate, including an account that held American customers’ funds, bank records show.  The post Crypto giant Binance controlled ‘independent’ US affiliate’s bank accounts appeared first on Reuters News Agency.
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