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Wall Street cuts bonuses1m41s

Wall Street cuts bonuses

Some traders at the largest Wall Street banks are about to get big, fat zeroes for bonuses while they watch markets thrive. Aleksandra Michalska reports.

What will and won't shut down if there's a shutdown1m24s

What will and won't shut down if there's a shutdown

Airport security would stay in place. U.S. troops would stay on duty. But thousands of federal workers would likely be furloughed if a funding stalemate in Congress forces a government shutdown at midnight on Friday. Justin Mitchell reports.

President not to blame for shutdown impasse: Mulvaney44s

President not to blame for shutdown impasse: Mulvaney

White House Budget Director Mick Mulvaney told reporters on Friday the chances of a government shutdown stood at 50-50 and that there was "no way you could lay this at the feet of the President of the United States". Rough cut (no reporter narration).

Delta to tighten onboard service animal requirements1m12s

Delta to tighten onboard service animal requirements

Delta Air Lines is tightening the requirements for passengers traveling with onboard service and emotional support animals, the carrier said on Friday, following a sharp uptick in animal-related safety issues over the last several years. Havovi Cooper reports.

Schlumberger's revenue spurts higher56s

Schlumberger's revenue spurts higher

A rise in drilling by shale producers drove Schlumberger's revenue 15 percent higher in the latest quarter. But as Fred Katayama reports, its loss widened as the oilfield services provider took charges.

Luxury watchmaker Audemars embraces second-hand1m19s

Luxury watchmaker Audemars embraces second-hand

Swiss luxury watchmaker Audemars Piguet said it would launch a second-hand business this year, becoming the first big brand to announce plans to tap into a fast-growing market for pre-owned premium watches. Scarlett Cvitanovich reports.

Britain's banks to support firms hit by Carillion1m23s

Britain's banks to support firms hit by Carillion

Britain's biggest banks have announced a range of measures to support firms and contractors hit by the collapse of construction outsourcing company Carillion, amid continuing questions over who among its personnel will get paid. Ciara Lee reports.