Pfizer and BioNTech announced Tuesday that their Covid-19 vaccine could be available in Europe before the end of the month after filing a conditional marketing authorization with the European Medicines Agency.
S&P Global has confirmed the friendly takeover of IHS Markit for $44 billion, which has yet to pass the antitrust authorities.
Exxon Mobil is recording a charge of $17-20 billion in its accounts due to the abandonment of its less strategic projects.
The FDA will review Moderna's Covid-19 vaccine application on December 17.
Tesla will eventually enter the S&P500 in a single filing.
Bank of America withdraws funding for drilling in the Arctic.
Bayer recovers €1.65 billion from the equity offering.
Adecco raises its medium-term profitability ambitions at its Investor Day.
Facebook acquired from Kustomer, a start-up specialized in customer relationship management.
Zoom Video's results are improving, but are down by 5% post session.
The German regulator suspects that EY knew it had produced a "factually false" Wirecard audit in 2017.
António Horta-Osório proposed as chairman of the board of Credit Suisse.
Onex sells its remaining 10.1% stake in SIG Combibloc.
Rapid Nutrition wants to leave the Zurich stock exchange.
Roche obtains approval in the USA for its Covid-19 serological test.
In the UK, Philip Green's Arcadia textile empire is in great difficulty.