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By in Business on February 6, 2017
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Busking goes cashless with 'a world first' for London
May 27, 2018
London introduces a contactless payment scheme for buskers that allows tap-to-pay donations.
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Oil sinks while stocks gain on North Korea, euro shaken by Italy
May 28, 2018
TOKYO (Reuters) - U.S. oil futures hit six-week lows on expectations major producers may ease output curbs on Monday, while Asian stocks and U.S. share futures gained on signs the United States and North Korea were still working towards holding a summit.
Japan's PM defends its automakers against U.S. import probe
May 28, 2018
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Monday he would seek to convince President Donald Trump of the crucial role his country's automakers play in boosting the U.S. economy.
Qualcomm to meet China regulators in push to clear $44 billion NXP deal: sources
May 27, 2018
BEIJING (Reuters) - Qualcomm Inc is expecting to meet this week in Beijing with China's antitrust regulators in a final push to secure clearance for its proposed $44 billion acquisition of NXP Semiconductors NV , three sources told Reuters.
Tencent chairman pledges to advance China chip industry after ZTE 'wake-up' call: reports
May 27, 2018
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Tencent Holdings chairman pledged to advance China's semiconductor industry, saying the blow to ZTE Corp from Washington's ban on U.S. firms supplying telecommunications company was a "wake-up" call, local media reported.
Bombardier launches longer-range variants of Global business jets
May 27, 2018
MONTREAL (Reuters) - Canada's Bombardier Inc on Sunday announced two new longer-range variants of its existing large-cabin Global business jets, which the company expects to generate higher revenues during a time of recovering appetite for corporate planes.
Oil prices fall as top three producers look to boost supplies
May 28, 2018
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Oil prices fell on Monday, extending a steep decline in the previous session, as the market eyed an increase in output from the world's three top crude producers, Russia, the United States and Saudi Arabia.