GNC Holdings said it had started a review that could result in the sale of the company, days after it said its turnaround plan was facing setbacks
Harsh words won’t further damage Valeant shareholders. Changes to earnings expectations might be a different story.
U.S. grain companies plan to reject Monsanto Co.’s new genetically modified soybeans, over concerns that they could disrupt international trade without a key regulatory approval from the European Union.
A planned Hulu skinny bundle could help its owners keep up with changing viewing habits, but it also poses a threat to their existing businesses.
International Paper agreed to buy Weyerhaeuser’s pulp business for $2.2 billion, making a big bet on rising global demand for disposable diapers and feminine products.
In a fresh blow to Rocket Internet SE, one of Germany’s highest-profile Internet companies, a top shareholder is pulling its representatives from the startup developer’s supervisory board.
In an encouraging sign for banks, oil companies took limited drawdowns of open lines of credit in the first quarter.
For years, Twitter has struggled with its Main Street appeal. Now the social-media service also may be losing its Madison Avenue allure.
Startup investment is cooling. Valuations are falling. But many investors and entrepreneurs haven’t yet grasped the reality that there is a correction in the offing, writes Christopher Mims.
Auto stocks shouldn’t trade as if the auto boom is already over.