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FBI director warns Facebook could become platform of ‘child pornographers’

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - FBI Director Christopher Wray said on Friday that Facebook Inc's proposal to encrypt its popular messaging program would turn the platform...

Factbox: Dudley departure forms part of change of guard at UK...

(Reuters) - BP () on Friday appointed its head of upstream Bernard Looney as chief executive to succeed Bob Dudley when he retires next...

Reuters News moves into events business with FCBI deal

(Reuters) - Thomson Reuters Corp () () said on Friday it had acquired events company FC Business Intelligence (FCBI) to tap into...

BP to make Bernard Looney CEO as climate challenge looms

LONDON (Reuters) - Bernard Looney, who will replace Bob Dudley as chief executive of BP when he retires next year, faces the tricky task...

BP CEO Bob Dudley to retire next year

BP PLC said Friday that Chief Executive Bob Dudley will retire next year, after almost a decade steering the U.K.-based energy giant through the...

SoftBank’s plans for second mega-fund hit by WeWork debacle

(Reuters) - SoftBank Group founder and CEO Masayoshi Son is struggling to raise money for a second massive technology investment fund in the wake...

New tariffs on EU food will boost prices, cost U.S. jobs:...

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - New 25% U.S. tariffs on Italian cheese, French wine, Scotch whisky, British biscuits, Spanish olives and thousands of other European food...

Oil prices slip as U.S. economic data weakens demand outlook

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Oil futures sank on Tuesday as weak U.S. economic data dimmed crude's demand outlook and pressured prices, while reports of...

Egypt operator owed $7.7 million by Thomas Cook: chairman

CAIRO (Reuters) - Thomas Cook has dues of 125 million Egyptian pounds ($7.7 million) to local operator Blue Sky Group, Blue Sky's chairman Hossam...

Here’s what Goldman Sachs says a Brexit deal would do to...

By Getty ImagesEuropean Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker walks alongside British Prime Minister Boris Johnson prior to a Sept. 16 meeting at a restaurant...