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Aramco set to pay banks only $64 million for record IPO

Saudi Aramco is poised to pay a combined $64 million to the banks that arranged the world’s largest initial public offering, a letdown for the Wall Street firms that pitched aggressively for a spot on the deal, people with knowledge of the matter said.

Banks to push for new EU access plan after U.K. elections

Banks in Britain are drawing up fresh proposals for how they could access customers in the European Union after Brexit in a bid to influence U.K.-EU trade talks next year following the Conservative Party’s resounding election victory.

Rockets look for NBA to flip double overtime loss

The Houston Rockets lost a double-overtime thriller to the San Antonio Spurs Tuesday night, but the team is reportedly hoping the league will change it to a victory after the referees admitted blowing a call.

Internationals stun U.S., lead Presidents Cup

A Presidents Cup rivalry all but buried by decades of U.S. dominance flickered back to life at Royal Melbourne Thursday, as the unfancied Internationals stormed to a 4-1 lead by routing Tiger Woods in the four-balls matches.

A ghoulish address to the patriarchy 

“In Memory of Patriarchy,” the latest exhibition by Syrian artist Rita Adib, takes a firm stance on fragile masculinity, explored through the artist’s own experiences and early memories.

A ghoulish address to the patriarchy 

“In Memory of Patriarchy,” the latest exhibition by Syrian artist Rita Adib, takes a firm stance on fragile masculinity, explored through the artist’s own experiences and early memories.

Turkey moves to plain packaging for tobacco products

Turkey will switch to plain packaging for cigarettes and tobacco products from Dec. 5, the Agriculture and Forestry Ministry said Tuesday, in a move aimed at curbing tobacco sales and discouraging smokers.