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The White House wants to ensure U.S. banks cannot be used to help finance the expansion of undemocratic rule in Venezuela.
For a second straight quarter, the insurance group dragged down the conglomerate's operating profit, though its BNSF railroad keeps rolling along.
The emphasis on Chinese steel is just the latest example of how narrow political interests in the U.S. have commandeered China-U.S. relations.
The company's revenue rose 13% but the core generics business experienced "accelerated price erosion and decreased volume."
Total shareholder return likely would rise only slightly if repatriated, foreign-earned profits were no longer taxable in the U.S., a study finds.
CFO Brian Olsavsky defends the company's heavy spending, saying "We are continuing to invest in businesses that ... can last for decades."
Oil and natural gas production dropped by almost 1% in Q2, adding to the challenges facing new CEO Darren Woods.
The social media site added no monthly users in Q2, dashing the hopes of investors after a growth surge earlier in the year.
The big oil-services company falsified books and records and violated internal accounting controls in Angola dealings, the SEC charges.