NEW YORK (Reuters) - A planned index fund is hoping to "make America great again" by investing in companies that support the Republican Party.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - American retail, restaurant and agriculture groups have weighed in against proposals regarding fresh produce put forward by U.S. negotiators as part of an effort to renegotiate NAFTA, according to letters sent to U.S. officials.
(Reuters) - Cash has begun flowing again from the Federal Reserve's steel and cement vault in Houston, heading for banks in the hurricane-ravaged region after several days of flooding halted armored-truck deliveries and stranded employees overnight.
BOSTON (Reuters) - Vanguard Group, one of the world's biggest fund managers, voted against three directors at Wells Fargo & Co this year, including Chairman Stephen Sanger, according to U.S. filings, a rare rebuke from the bank's second-largest shareholder.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Lawyers defending Platinum Partners founder Mark Nordlicht in a $1 billion fraud case on Thursday said they would no longer pursue their appeal of a federal judge's order restricting the attorneys' contact with potential government witnesses.
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Sweden's Volvo , one of the world's biggest truck makers, on Thursday set new financial targets, and said it aimed for an operating margin above 10 percent over a business cycle.
DETROIT (Reuters) - Houston area car retailers and automakers are rushing to reopen dealerships and beef up inventory to replace many thousands of vehicles damaged in flooding from Hurricane Harvey.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - VTB , Russia's second biggest lender, said on Thursday it sees no risks for itself from a central bank bailout of Otkritie bank.
(Reuters) - A U.S. judge said Yahoo must face nationwide litigation brought on behalf of well over 1 billion users who said their personal information was compromised in three massive data breaches.
(Reuters) - Facebook Inc launched its Watch video service to all users on Thursday with plans to allow anyone to submit shows, as the No. 1 social media network takes on Alphabet Inc's rival YouTube to boost advertising revenue.