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The collapse of British travel operator Thomas Cook left hundreds of thousands of holidaymakers abroad and forced governments and insurers to coordinate a huge operation to get them home.
Nintendo Co Ltd's hotly awaited mobile title Mario Kart Tour launched on Wednesday with many users initially complaining server overload meant they were unable to play the game - seen as a major test of the Kyoto-based company's mobile ambitions.
A former head of Danske Bank's Estonian branch, who was a witness in an investigation into alleged money laundering, has been found dead by police in Estonia.
Luxury carmaker Aston Martin will see its borrowing costs jump after it raised $150 million in debt at 12% interest to bolster its balance sheet for its DBX sports utility vehicle launch next year, with the option for another $100 million.
Volkswagen workers applauded Chairman Hans Dieter Poetsch at a mass meeting of employees at its headquarters on Wednesday, according to a participant, as staff appeared to close ranks behind its senior managers, three of whom have been indicted.
IKEA's online sales surged 43% in the 12 months to the end of August, helping to drive overall retail sales at the world's biggest furniture group 6% higher, based on local currencies, brand owner and franchisor Inter IKEA said on Wednesday.
Thomas Cook's Polish business Neckermann Polska said on Wednesday it was insolvent as the effects of the demise of the world's oldest travel firm spread to central Europe, leaving around 3,600 Polish tourists stuck abroad.
The crowded field of Democratic presidential candidates were nearly unanimous in praising House Democrats' decision to begin an impeachment inquiry into Republican President Donald Trump over accusations he sought foreign help to smear a political rival.
Nintendo Co Ltd's hotly awaited mobile title Mario Kart Tour launched on Wednesday with many users complaining server overload meant they were unable to play the game - seen as a major test of the Kyoto-based company's mobile ambitions.
Saudi Arabia has restored its oil production capacity to 11.3 million barrels per day, three sources briefed on Saudi Aramco's operations told Reuters, maintaining a faster than expected recovery after the Sept. 14 attacks on its oil facilities.
World stocks fell to a two-week low and risk assets dipped lower on Wednesday after U.S. lawmakers called for an impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump, increasing the prospects of prolonged political uncertainty.