The labor market’s momentum shouldn’t be overlooked by investors and the Federal Reserve ahead of Friday’s jobs report.
Energy Transfer would love to get out of its merger with Williams. If it takes a gentler approach its shares could gain.
Insurers, suffering from low rates and hedge-fund losses, have no choice but to keep cutting costs.
Kellogg said it gained share in the U.S. cereal market during the latest quarter though its overall breakfast sales still declined and its earnings fell 33%.
India’s government is weighing a proposal by Apple to refurbish and sell secondhand iPhones in the country, officials said, as the tech giant tries to gain traction in a fast-growing and populous, but not very affluent, market.
Alibaba urged investors to have patience with newer initiatives after the company posted lower-than-expected profit growth in its fiscal fourth quarter, despite a 39% jump in revenue.
Recent quarterly results show that the original 10% dividend really was unsustainable.
Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, said on CNBC he would “most likely” replace Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen if elected.
For all of BT’s eye-catching pledges, investment looks low by European standards.
Insurers have begun to propose big premium increases for coverage next year under the 2010 health law, as some struggle to make money in a market where their costs have soared.