French President Emmanuel Macron will boost minimum wages and slash pensioner tax in a desperate attempt to end violent protests sweeping the nation.
All three companies have taken the lead as the world's most valuable company by market cap in recent days and all currently are worth more than US$860 billion.
After a two-hour meeting on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Argentina, Donald Trump and Xi Jinping have agreed to a temporary ceasefire on tariffs scheduled to kick in on 1 January.
Around 170 German police officers searched six Frankfurt branches of Deutsche Bank in an investigation into it having possibly set up offshore companies to help clients launder money.
The US President has restated his position that he would "totally be willing" to close down the government if the Democrats don't come to the the party and agree to the funding by 7 December.
Former Amazon CFO Dave Stephenson will join the home-renting giant in January 2019.
The US President dismissed the report's forecast of disastrous economic and social consequences from global warming, ignoring the fact that his own government agencies had prepared it.
The Canadian facility will be a casualty of the auto giant's pivot into zero-emissions and autonomous vehicles.
British wine seller Majestic is the latest company to outline its plans to stockpile goods to prepare for a messy exit from the EU, announcing it will reserve an extra £8 million (US$10.3 million) of wine.
Denise Coates, who founded the betting agency, took home £265m in 2017, a figure that represents more than a third of the company’s annual profit.