NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S. government on Tuesday criminally charged a Standard & Poor's credit ratings analyst and two friends, all from Manhattan, with insider trading related to Sherwin-Williams Co's $9.3 billion purchase of Valspar Corp.
BOSTON (Reuters) - A former State Street Corp executive was convicted on Tuesday of participating in a scheme to defraud several of the bank's customers by charging them secret commissions on billions of dollars of trades.
(Reuters) - Facebook Inc on Tuesday decided to allow certain ads promoting cryptocurrency and related content from pre-approved advertisers, but would continue its ban on those tied to binary options and initial coin offerings.
WASHINGTON/CHICAGO (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump threatened Harley-Davidson Inc with higher taxes on Tuesday and said the iconic motorcycle maker would suffer from a public backlash if it goes ahead with a plan to move production for European customers overseas.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump said on Tuesday that sensitive U.S. technology can be protected from acquisition by China through the committee that scrutinizes foreign acquisitions of American companies, but the ultimate method was still being worked out.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump said on Tuesday the government was completing a study about increasing import tariffs on cars from the European Union and suggested he would take action soon.
(Reuters) - General Electric Co said on Tuesday it will spin off its healthcare business and divest its stake in oil-services firm Baker Hughes, effectively breaking up the 126-year-old conglomerate which was once the most valuable U.S. corporation and a global symbol of American business power.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Rising shares of U.S. technology companies and General Electric Co helped global stock markets regain ground on Tuesday, a day after a mounting trade fight pummeled equities, while oil surged as Washington pushed its allies to halt Iranian crude imports.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - An automotive trade group said on Tuesday it would tell the Trump administration that a U.S. threat to impose a tariff of up to 25 percent on imported passenger vehicles under national security grounds would cost American consumers $45 billion annually, or $5,800 per vehicle.