The Internet of smart things—smart plates, cups, forks, frying pans—is incontrovertibly in a bubble, writes Christopher Mims. And a shakeout will likely leave few standing.
Top executives close to Charter Communications have begun reaching out to Time Warner Cable’s management to discuss a possible merger of the cable operators.
Dean Foods is combining its hodgepodge of regional milk operations under a national banner, DairyPure, in an effort to invigorate its struggling business and bolster its 36% share of a shrinking U.S. milk market.
Growth-stock funds are winning over value funds, but investors aren’t focusing on the battle anymore.
The International Monetary Fund 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.
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Researchers say most of the managers who run these funds showed no ability to time the stock market.
Adviser Sue Stevens increases clients’ allocation to funds that buy dividend stocks, betting it will provide stability in a volatile market.
China’s manufacturing sector turned in its weakest performance in a year, suggesting that Beijing may need to speed up its efforts to boost the economy.