Chevron offering U.S. workers buyouts to trim staffing: sources

By Shariq Khan (Reuters) – Chevron Corp <CVX.N> is offering buyouts to reduce its U.S. oil…

Shareholder calls for separation of J&J’s CEO and chairman roles

(Reuters) – Trillium Asset Management LLC has called for the separation of Johnson & Johnson’s <JNJ.N>…

India retail banking a ‘nice oasis’ for foreign lenders Deutsche, HSBC, peers

By Nupur Anand and Sumeet Chatterjee MUMBAI/HONG KONG (Reuters) – Outsized returns in India, besting local…

South Korea February inflation slows as virus hits demand

SEOUL (Reuters) – South Korea’s consumer inflation eased in February on cooling demand due to the…

South Korea fourth-quarter GDP growth upgraded from earlier estimates

SEOUL (Reuters) – South Korea’s economy turned out to have expanded a notch more than estimated…

‘Neutron Jack’ Welch, who led GE’s rapid expansion, dies at 84

By Timothy Aeppel and Alwyn Scott NEW YORK (Reuters) – Jack Welch, who upended the business…

Qualcomm says China virus threatens phone industry disruption

(This February 5 story corrects number of 5G license agreements in paragraph 16) By Stephen Nellis…

White House set to meet with airline, cruise industry CEOs

By David Shepardson and Steve Holland WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The White House will hold meetings this…

Novartis unit Sandoz agrees to pay $195 million to resolve antitrust charges

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Novartis’ generic drugs unit Sandoz has agreed to pay $195 million to reach…

Britain vows ‘hard bargain’ in list of demands for U.S. trade deal

By Elizabeth Piper and Andrew MacAskill LONDON (Reuters) – Britain on Monday unveiled its mandate for…

Honda to cut production at Japanese plants on sourcing concerns

(Reuters) – Japan’s Honda Motor Co Ltd <7267.T> said on Tuesday it will temporarily cut back…

ECB ready to take ‘targeted’ steps on coronavirus: Lagarde

FRANKFURT (Reuters) – The European Central Bank is ready to take “appropriate and targeted measures” to…