U.S. Corporate Profits Climbed as GDP Ticks Down to 1.1%

Related Link: 

A key measure of corporate profits rose this spring for a second straight quarter alongside modest growth in the overall economy, though U.S. businesses remain under pressure from global weakness and other forces.

Jaguar Land Rover Drags on Profit at Tata Motors

Related Link: 

Indian auto maker Tata Motors said net profit dropped in the latest quarter because of weaker earnings at its Jaguar Land Rover unit.

Why Citron Case Leaves Hong Kong Investors Squeezed

Related Link: 

Hong Kong’s legal action against a short seller’s research will have a chilling effect for independent analysis, left and right.

Big Lots Posts Revenue Decline But Raises Forecast

Related Link: 

Big Lots Inc. on Friday reported soft comparable-store sales and a revenue decline but raised its profit forecast for the year.

Wal-Mart in 2008 Investigated Cotton Sheets Supplied by Welspun India

Related Link: 

Wal-Mart in 2008 looked into an employee claim that cotton sheets provided by the big retailer’s supplier Welspun India might have been fake, according to ex-employees and documents reviewed by The Wall Street Journal.

What to Watch For at the Kansas City Fed's Jackson Hole Conference

Related Link: 

Central bankers are gathering in Jackson Hole, Wyo., for an annual economic symposium, this year titled “Designing Resilient Monetary Policy Frameworks for the Future.” Here are several things to watch.

Burden of Health-Care Costs Moves to the Middle Class

Related Link: 

Rising out-of-pocket health care costs, combined with slow economic growth and years of tepid wage growth, pose risks for an economy in which consumer spending accounts for more than two-thirds of overall output.

ABInBev Warns of Thousands of Merger-Related Job Losses

Related Link: 

ABInBev warned that its merger with SABMiller could lead to thousands of job losses in coming years.

Why Craft Brewing Slowdown Won't Benefit Big Beer

Related Link: 

The upscale drift of beverage markets in the developed world cuts the wrong way for big U.S. brewers.

Fed Missteps Fueled 2016 Populist Revolt

Related Link: 

Once admired as wise and deft, the U.S. central bank failed to foresee the financial crisis and has struggled in its aftermath, fostering the rise of populism and distrust of institutions.

Syndicate content