Reuters: Business News 30 March 2018

How Seoul raced to conclude U.S. trade deal ahead of North Korea talks

SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korean trade officials braved snowstorms, ate instant noodles to save time and spent weeks hotel-hopping in Washington as they raced to overcome major trade hurdles with their U.S. ally ahead of high-stakes nuclear discussions with North Korea.

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Under Armour says 150 million MyFitnessPal accounts breached

(Reuters) - Under Armour Inc said on Thursday that data from some 150 million MyFitnessPal diet and fitness app accounts was compromised in February, in one of the biggest hacks in history, sending shares of the athletic apparel maker down 3 percent in after-hours trade.

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Singapore watchdog says Uber-Grab deal may have infringed competition

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Singapore's competition watchdog said it had reasonable grounds to suspect competition had been infringed by Uber Technologies Inc's [UBER.UL] deal to sell its operations in Southeast Asia to rival ride-hailing firm Grab.

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Foxconn fourth-quarter net profit estimated T$71.66 billion, up 4 percent from year ago

TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan's Foxconn , the world's largest contract electronics maker and a key Apple Inc supplier, reported on Friday 4.2 percent growth in fourth quarter net profit from a year ago, defying expectations for a decline.

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Deutsche Bank eyes ex-UBS manager Zeltner as next CEO: Spiegel

BERLIN (Reuters) - Deutsche Bank's chairman Paul Achleitner is considering making Juerg Zeltner, the former head of the wealth management business of Swiss bank UBS, the successor to Chief Executive John Cryan, Spiegel magazine reported on Friday.

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