Comcast may find that the single life suits it after the Time Warner Cable deal is shelved.
Oil prices moved higher in European trade and reached five-month highs amid stronger signs of economic growth in the eurozone.
Warren Buffett has frequently touted Berkshire Hathaway’s partnership with private-equity firm 3G Capital. At Berkshire’s annual meeting, he was forced to defend it.
Thailand’s baht slumped to its lowest level in five years as central-bank measures to boost the faltering economy took hold.
The IMF is close to declaring China’s yuan fairly valued for the first time in more than a decade, a milestone in the country’s efforts to open its economy.
European stocks edged lower, following a week of some of the largest losses in months, though trade was expected to be volatile and thin because of market holidays.
Chinese car companies such as Great Wall are finally gaining market share with economical SUVs. Such good times won’t last.
While the dollar’s strength and weak overseas economies hurt companies’ results, they also may mask deeper problems.
Mortgage applications to buy a home are showing strength. But lenders need more first-time buyers to come through their doors.
The music-streaming business has seen heavyweight entrants like Jay Z and Apple. But trying to model the future for Spotify shows the risks still inherent in the industry.