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Despite vow, Trump Organization not tracking all profits from foreign governments

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WASHINGTON President Donald Trump's businesses say it would be "impractical" to require customers representing foreign nations to identify themselves, raising questions about how Trump will fulfil a pledge to donate all profits from overseas governments to the U.S. Treasury.

HelloFresh to be ready for autumn flotation: sources

FRANKFURT German meal kit company HelloFresh is preparing for a stock market flotation, which could come as early as autumn, but will only be launched if the pre-summer listing of peer Delivery Hero proves a success, people close to the matter said.

24 May 2017

HelloFresh to be ready for autumn flotation - sources

FRANKFURT, May 24 German meal kit company HelloFresh is preparing for a stock market flotation, which could come as early as autumn, but will only be launched if the pre-summer listing of peer Delivery Hero proves a success, people close to the matter said.

Regulatory News, IPOs 24 May 2017

Deals of the day-Mergers and acquisitions

May 23 The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2000 GMT on Tuesday:

24 May 2017

Binge drinking less common among teens today

Fewer U.S. adolescents are regularly binge drinking today than a generation ago, but not all teens are turning away from alcohol at the same rate, a new study suggests.

23 May 2017

South Africa declares Western Cape province a drought disaster area

JOHANNESBURG Western Cape premier Helen Zille declared the province a disaster area on Monday and urged residents to manage their water supplies more efficiently as the South African region tries to cope with what she described as the "worst drought since 1904".

Environment, Environment 22 May 2017

South Africa declares Western Cape province a drought disaster area

JOHANNESBURG Western Cape premier Helen Zille declared the province a disaster area on Monday and urged residents to manage their water supplies more efficiently as the South African region tries to cope with what she described as the "worst drought since 1904".

22 May 2017

End of the affair: Montenegro jilts Russia by joining NATO

BUDVA, Montenegro Tiny Montenegro will take a huge step towards integrating with the West when it becomes the 29th member of NATO this week, but it risks paying a heavy price for spurning Russia.

22 May 2017

Oregon senator accuses Canada of 'politicizing' lumber duties probe

WASHINGTON, May 19 U.S. Democratic Senator Ron Wyden on Friday accused Canada of "politicizing" a U.S. government anti-subsidy investigation into Canadian softwood lumber imports by threatening retaliation against wine and other products from his home state of Oregon.

20 May 2017

Australian tax chief faces charges after son's cars, guns and money fraud romp

SYDNEY, May 18 One of Australia's top anti-fraud tax officials faces charges after his son and eight friends were arrested in raids that netted cash, luxury cars, two small planes, guns and vintage wine in a A$165 million tax fraud, police said on Thursday.

18 May 2017