... * Telecoms tycoon relaxed about missing out on TWC deal. * Sees open path on U.S. deals as rivals cannot grow more. * Sees opportunities to buy smaller U.S.
After a brief demotion to the No. 2 spot last year, Apple has won back its title as the world's most valuable brand, according to the annual BrandZ ranking put together by marketing research firm Millward Brown.
LONDON Financial market trading revolved around the U.S. dollar on Wednesday with European shares rallying on the back of a weak euro and U.S.
U.S. stocks advanced, after the Standard & Poor's 500 Index's worst decline in three weeks, amid Tiffany & Co.'s better-than-forecast earnings and as airline shares rebounded.
Tiffany reported stronger than expected first quarter earnings results on Wednesday, helped by demand for fashion and statement jewelry, despite the headwinds it continues to face from a stronger dollar.