India's top court dismissed an appeal by Nokia over a tax dispute that has cast a shadow over its $7.5 billion deal to sell its handset business to Microsoft.
College accreditors have halted a deal between the Thunderbird School of Global Management, one of the top-ranked business schools, and for-profit college Laureate Education.
Black borrowers are getting a smaller percentage of small-business loans.
Knowing the number can be useful, but getting a better deal on a loan can require additional legwork.
Corporate insiders are far more pessimistic than they were last summer, and that could bode badly for the stock market.
Al Lewis is all over the Men's Wearhouse-Jos. A. Bank merger—like a, um, cheap suit.
Experts say it's the fastest, most reliable way to get your federal refund.
A typical American driver spends $9,000 a year, on gas, maintenance, tires, insurance, license and registration costs, depreciation and finance charges.
Absence of 'best execution' protections allows brokers to pocket spreads.
Alibaba and Weibo, two of China's biggest Internet companies, are moving to cash in on the red-hot U.S. market for new issues. Alibaba could seek to raise $15 billion, while Weibo filed for a $500 million offering.