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NEW YORK: American Airlines is telling about 13,000 employees that they are at risk of furlough when a U.S. aid package for airline workers expires on April 1, the company said on Wednesday.
SINGAPORE: Singapore’s battered property firms are hitting a snag in their recovery after rising coronavirus infections led to an extension of remote work in the city-state.
LONDON: China imported record amounts of refined copper and unwrought aluminium last year as the country's manufacturing sector bounced back faster and stronger from COVID-19 lockdowns than anywhere else.
JPMORGAN Chase & Co CEO Jamie Dimon (pic) has led calls for companies to consider the needs of workers, communities and customers as well as those of shareholders.
DETROIT/WASHINGTON: The governor of Georgia on Friday called on President Joe Biden to overturn a trade ruling made against SK Innovation, saying the decision would hurt the electric vehicle battery maker's plant being built in the southern state.
Wells Fargo scores first win in long road to asset-cap freedom
As the country gears up to be a fully digitalised economy, implementation and coordination are key
Money laundering and fraud are the top two financial crimes that pose the greatest compliance risk to financial institutions.
HOPE you are celebrating Chinese New Year with a happy mood. For those who missed the reunion dinner due to the ban on interstate travels and the 10km restriction, there will always be another reunion dinner next year and the next 60 years.
SINGAPORE: Chinese national banks and Australia's Macquarie Group are quietly filling some of the multi-billion-dollar hole in Asian oil financing after the withdrawal of traditional European lenders, hurt by a raft of defaults and fraud allegations.