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CVS Plans To Stop Using Altered Beauty Images By…

On Monday, CVS announced its "commitment to create new standards for post-production alterations of beauty imagery."

The Latest: Jeep Cherokee makes perilous trek down steps

Fiat Chrysler's revamped Jeep Cherokee compact SUV came toward the stage of the Detroit auto show from about 10 feet above, with the driver making a perilous trek down a jagged set of stairs

Ann Curry Opens Up About Sexual Harassment in the…

Ann Curry speaks about sexual harassment in the workplace and the hope she has for the type of change that may finally be upon us

Hundreds of Sudanese protest hike in bread prices

Hundreds of people have taken to the streets in Sudan's capital to protest against rising bread prices after the government's devaluation of the local currency

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H&M Closes All Of Its Stores In South Africa

The company closed all of its stores in South Africa after people protesting an ad allegedly damaged many.

With a $6B charge comes new thoughts about GE's…

After a decade of shedding assets, General Electric's focus on its future self grows even more intense

Click, tap, buy: Holiday shoppers spent record amount online

Shoppers spent a record amount online during the holiday season

Tax break helps UnitedHealth 4Q earnings, 2018…

UnitedHealth Group's earnings more than doubled in the final quarter of 2017, and the nation's largest insurer hiked its forecast for the new year due in part to a gain from the federal tax overhaul

Pimco's Kiesel Says 'Rates Are Headed Higher'

Jan.16 -- Mark Kiesel, chief investment officer of global credit at Pimco, discusses his investment strategy, the outlook for oil, and Federal Reserve policy. He speaks with Bloomberg's Jonathan Ferro on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."

Ethiopian Airlines to re-launch Zambia's national carrier

Ethiopian Airlines says it has finalized an agreement with Zambia to re-launch the southern African country's national carrier

General Motors sees sustained profits through 2018

General Motors expects 2018 profit to match 2017 thanks to sustained sales demand

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EU Parliament calls for ban on electric pulse fishing

The European Union's legislature is calling for a ban on electric pulse fishing by which some fish are startled up from the seabed and easily scooped up in nets

Citigroup reports $18.3 billion loss, caused by…

Accounting charge related to tax law sends Citigroup to a $18.3 billion loss in the fourth quarter

Death on French railway halts Eurostar London-Paris traffic

A person has been crushed to death by a Eurostar train in northern France in what officials say was an apparent suicide attempt

Davos organizers: Trump to make last-day address…

World Economic Forum organizers say U.S. President Donald Trump will deliver a closing address at the Davos conference next week, which will focus on "finding ways to reaffirm international cooperation on crucial shared interests."

Oil Trades Near Three-Year High

Jan.16 -- Bloomberg's Will Kennedy reports on oil trading at a near three-year high as OPEC's early exit gains popularity. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance."

Bahrain radar shows Qatar jets near UAE planes…

Bahrain releases radar tracks it says show Qatari fighter jets passing by Emirati commercial airliners flying to Bahrain

UK business secretary seeks fast-tracked…

U.K. leaders are discussing the fallout of the collapse of construction and outsourcing firm Carillion.

O'Neill Says Regulators Want to Be Really Careful…

Jan.16 -- Former U.K. Commercial Secretary to the Treasury Jim O'Neill discusses cryptocurrencies and if regulators should be concerned about leveraged investing in the technology. He speaks with Francine Lacqua and Tom Keene on "Bloomberg Surveillance."

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Russian government considers boost to social…

President Vladimir Putin's economic adviser says the government is considering a possible boost in social spending

Energizer spends $2 billion to add Rayovac brand

Energizer lays out $2 billion to add Rayovac batteries to its stable

How the Tax Changes Affect Estate Planning

The estate tax may now impact fewer people, but that doesn't mean estate planning shouldn't be a priority.