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General Mills quarterly profit drops 13 percent
Cheerios cereal maker General Mills Inc on Wednesday reported a 13 percent drop in quarterly profit due to higher input and freight costs.
Supreme Court poised to issue major labor ruling as term ends
The U.S. Supreme Court is due on Wednesday to rule in a major case that threatens a key source of revenue for organized labor, a challenge to the legality of fees that non-union workers in certain states are required to pay to unions representing public employees such as teachers and police.
CORRECTED-General Mills quarterly profit drops 13 pct
Cheerios cereal maker General Mills Inc on Wednesday reported a 13 percent drop in quarterly profit due to higher input and freight costs.
U.S. police chiefs oppose Trump move to detain immigrant families
Police chiefs from across the United States, both Republicans and Democrats, on Wednesday urged the White House to find alternatives to detention of immigrant families given the risks it poses to children and its huge cost.
Kvitova withdraws from Eastbourne with injury
Former Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova has withdrawn from the Eastbourne grasscourt championships with a hamstring injury, organisers said on Wednesday.
Mexican leftist heads to giant stadium for campaign finale
Mexican presidential favorite Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador is due to wrap up his election campaign on Wednesday in the country's largest soccer stadium, fortified by a new opinion poll showing his already-commanding lead growing even further.
Serena seeded 25th for Wimbledon, Federer tops men's list
The spectre of seven-times Wimbledon champion Serena Williams facing world number one Simona Halep in the Wimbledon first round was removed on Wednesday as the American was named as the 25th seed.
Prince William takes a stroll down Tel Aviv boulevard with Eurovision winner
Britain's Prince William strolled along a trendy Tel Aviv boulevard with Israeli Eurovision song contest winner Netta Barzilai on Wednesday to the delight of cheering onlookers.
Only with no confrontation can ties develop, China tells U.S. defense chief
Only with mutual respect and by avoiding confrontation can China and the United States develop together, but China will resolutely defend its sovereignty and security, China's defense minister told his visiting U.S. counterpart on Wednesday.
Fujifilm threatens to compete against Xerox if partnership not renewed
Fujifilm Holdings Corp warned on Wednesday that if Xerox Corp does not renew its technology agreement in 2021, it would be prepared to compete against the company in Asia-Pacific and challenge it in America and Europe.