American companies tired of seeing their earnings badly hurt by Venezuela’s crumbling bolivar currency system, can - with the stroke of a pen - get rid of much of the problem.
A Reuters report said 3M Co revealed its plans to purchase its shares back worth up to $22 billion, making it the biggest so far in terms of percentage among US companies who have announced similar plans this year.
U.S. Senator John Kerry and his wife intend to divest holdings in dozens of companies to avoid conflicts of interest if he is confirmed as U.S. secretary of state
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