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By in Business on February 6, 2017
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Facebook vows Libra currency will wait for approval as U.S. airs worries
July 16, 2019
Facebook Inc said on Monday it would not proceed with the launch of its Libra cryptocurrency until regulatory concerns are addressed, as the U.S. Treasury secretary took the unusual step on of saying he had serious concerns it could be used for illicit activity.
Trump presses for USMCA passage as Lighthizer, lawmakers prepare to meet
July 15, 2019
President Donald Trump and his top advisers on Monday stepped up their drive to win congressional passage of a trade deal with Canada and Mexico, as the administration's top trade official prepared to meet with Democratic lawmakers again this week.
State AGs fighting T-Mobile, Sprint merger say October trial may not be possible
July 15, 2019
An attorney for the state attorneys general who filed a lawsuit in hopes of stopping T-Mobile's $26 billion merger with Sprint told the judge on Monday that an Oct. 7 trial may not be possible.
PayPal launches international money transfer service Xoom across Europe
July 15, 2019
U.S. payments company PayPal is expanding further in Europe by launching its international money transfers service Xoom in Britain and 31 other countries across the continent.
Most big companies fail to report role in deforestation, charity says
July 15, 2019
Most big companies are failing to report the damage their operations are doing to forests despite committing to lighten their footprint under wider efforts to tackle climate change, according to a report published on Tuesday.
Pearson goes 'digital first' in U.S. college market
July 15, 2019
Pearson, the world's biggest education company, will release all its titles for the United States college market in digital form first, in a break from the traditional and more expensive textbook publishing model.
Vale to pay $106.5 million to workers affected by Brazil dam disaster
July 15, 2019
Brazilian mining company Vale SA said on Monday it would pay 400 million reais ($106.52 million) to compensate workers affected by the deadly rupture of a tailings dam in January that killed at least 240 people.
U.S. judge slashes Roundup jury award to $25.3 million; Bayer still plans to appeal
July 15, 2019
A federal judge on Monday slashed a damages award Bayer AG owed a California man who blamed Roundup weed killer for his cancer, to $25.27 million from $80.27 million, while rejecting the company's bid for a new trial.