The Brazilian state-run oil company Petroleo Brasileiro published its long-awaited and delayed third-quarter results, but it failed to set a sum for potential write downs connected to a corruption investigation.
Germany is launching a new international news service to counter Russia’s aggressive propaganda push in Europe. The only problem: Employees of Deutsche Welle, the state-run broadcaster spearheading the initiative, are having none of it.
The Swiss government is to compensate employees forced to work fewer hours at companies hit by the sharp appreciation of the Swiss franc, marking the first domestic political action aimed at cushioning the impact of recent currency moves.
Samsung Electronics is likely to report its fifth consecutive quarter of year-to-year earnings declines—and further evidence that the government’s hard line on corporate cash hoarding is making South Korea a more hospitable place for shareholders.