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Saudi Aramco faces new test: shareholders

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Dhahran (Saudi Arabia) (AFP) From robots to sniffer drones, Saudi Aramco has ramped up spending on technological innovation while its

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The world’s most profitable company pays surprisingly little

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They run the world’s most profitable company, oversee one-tenth of global oil output and their decisions help shape the fate

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The Metrojet’s Airbus A-321 with registration number EI-ETJ that crashed in Egypt’s Sinai peninsula, is seen in this picture taken in Antalya

WTO approves US tariffs worth $7.5 bn on EU goods in Airbus retaliation

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The World Trade Organization on Wednesday gave Washington the greenlight to slap annual tariffs on $7.5 billion (6.8 billion euros)

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Oil prices drop after report that Saudi production could be restored in weeks

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Oil prices dropped sharply Tuesday, following Monday’s surge that sent shock waves around the world. US oil futures dropped more

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China has a $1 trillion trade war weapon. Will it ever use it?

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By Julia Horowitz, In the US-China trade war, it’s been a week of rapid escalation. Beijing devalued the yuan after

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Tesla needs to fix its internal issues soon, says VC Roger McNamee

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Tesla’s strong brand name gives it the opportunity to fix its internal issues, but it’s got to do it soon,

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“Corporate astronaut”: How billionaires are joining the space race

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Millions of people watched in wonder as man first set foot upon the moon 50 years ago. But in the

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Apple’s iPhones can all be made outside of China if needed

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Apple Inc. has a backup plan if the U.S.-China trade war gets out of hand. The Cupertino, Calif.-based company’s primary

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FedEx quits Amazon express delivery service in US

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FedEx will no longer provide express delivery for Amazon packages in the U.S., as the e-commerce giant continues to expand

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Chinese markets plunge more than 4% as US-China trade tensions escalate

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Asia Pacific stocks tumbled in Monday morning trade following a re-escalation in U.S.-China trade tensions as President Donald Trump declared

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