Hot Off The Wires - 4 December 2019
Larry Page and Sergey Brin are stepping down as chief executive and president of Alphabet, respectively; Sundar Pichai, Google’s chief executive of the past four years, will replace Page as chief executive of Alphabet.
Japan’s Government Pension Investment Fund has declared that it will no longer allow overseas shares to be lent out from its $733bn global equity portfolio.
Donald Trump has promised to work out "a minor dispute" with France after threatening key exports from the country with tariffs of up to 100%.
Black Friday helped John Lewis ring up its best-ever week of sales with a 9.5% rise over 10 days.
A spate of mining deaths at Glencore has "shocked the business to the core" and sparked determined efforts to improve safety, Peter Freyberg, the company's head of industrial assets, told investors.
Ahead of Jose Mourinho's return to Manchester United this evening, which four Foreign Countries have hosted Manchester United v Tottenham Hotspur matches?