A quick rundown of the latest business headlines
British construction and outsourced services group Carillion has gone bust, putting at risk several government contracts. The firm has recently struggled to refinance €1.7 billion in debt and liabilities.
European finance ministers are worried. They say the United States' big tax reform bill contains measures that would unfairly disadvantage European business and contravene global fair-taxation rules. Are they right?
The Tokyo Stock Exchange suspends trading in Takata shares as reports circulate that the beleaguered airbag manufacturer is planning to file for bankruptcy in Japan and America as early as next week.
The long-running saga over the sale of Toshiba's chip division has taken another twist, with the Japanese leaning toward Bain Capital as the winner of a tender and Western Digital saying it would contest the decision.
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