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  • Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe heads the ball during a meeting with Brazilian soccer players in BrasiliaJapan PM tells Brazil 'Abenomics' working, time to do more business

    BRASILIA (Reuters) - Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe touted the success of his economic policies on a visit to Brazil on Friday and said it was time for the two nations to expand their trade and investment partnership.

  • A visitor walks past a Microsoft booth at a computer software expo in BeijingMicrosoft sues Samsung in U.S. over patent royalties

    (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp <MSFT.O> sued Samsung Electronics Co Ltd <005930.KS> on Friday, claiming the South Korean smartphone maker refused to make a royalty payment last fall on patent licenses after Microsoft announced its intention to acquire Nokia's <NOK1V.HE> handset business.

  • Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett listens to a shareholder at the Berkshire-owned Borsheims jewelry store where Buffett was selling jewelry as part of the company annual meeting weekend in OmahaBerkshire profit soars 41 pct to a record on investment gains

    (Reuters) - Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc <BRKa.N> <BRKb.N> on Friday said second-quarter profit soared 41 percent to a record high, reflecting substantial investment gains and improved results in manufacturing, service and retail businesses.

  • Ackman, founder and CEO of hedge fund Pershing Square Capital Management, speaks at the Sohn Investment Conference in New YorkAllergan sues Valeant, Ackman for alleged insider trading

    (Reuters) - Botox maker Allergan Inc <AGN.N> on Friday accused rival Valeant Pharmaceuticals International <VRX.TO> and billionaire investor William Ackman of violating securities laws by using insider information as they prepared a takeover bid for the drug company.

  • Workers work on installing the motherboard to a 32-inch TV at Element Electronics in WinnsboroU.S. job growth cools, unemployment rate rises

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. job growth slowed a bit in July and the unemployment rate unexpectedly rose, pointing to slack in the labor market that could give the Federal Reserve room to keep interest rates low for a while.

  • Cars are seen at a Chrysler car dealership in TorontoCanada auto sales hit July record; Chrysler, Ford gain on trucks

    TORONTO (Reuters) - Auto sales in Canada in July rose to a record high for the month, up 11.3 percent from a year earlier, an industry analyst said on Friday, with strong truck sales pushing both Chrysler [CHRY.UL] and Ford Motor Co <F.N> to record performances.

  • A Wall Street sign is pictured in the rain outside the New York Stock ExchangeDespite sharp selloff, too early to worry about a correction

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Wall Street's worst week in two years was enough to get investors worried about whether a long-overdue correction is coming, but analysts are still leaning bullish.

  • A man walks past an old Toronto Stock Exchange sign in TorontoTSX records biggest weekly decline since May

    TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index fell on Friday and recorded its biggest weekly decline since early May, rattled by uncertainty about U.S. Federal Reserve's interest-rate stance and by fears that Argentina's debt default might signal broader instability.

  • Traders are pictured at their desks in front of the DAX board at the Frankfurt stock exchangeWall Street deepens stocks slump; dollar, U.S. yields ease

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Global equities markets dropped for a fourth day on Friday, with Wall Street again slumping as investors shrugged off economic data showing solid improvement in U.S. labor markets.

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