U.S. industries as diverse as aerospace, agriculture and apparel laud the historic Trans-Pacific Partnership struck Monday. Others cite shortcomings.
White-collar workers, long used to salaried pay, could return to doing time sheets.
Microsoft unveiled a new lineup of devices of its own design, including two new smartphones, its first laptop and an updated wrist-worn device, pushing the software company further into the hardware business.
The commodities and trading firm offered up further information but didn’t answer many questions that investors still have about its trading operations.
Freeport McMoRan said it would explore options for its troubled oil and gas business and cut the size of its board.
Private-equity giant TPG has closed its first high-risk real-estate fund, raising more than $2 billion in commitments at a time when big investors’ appetite for real-estate risk is increasing.
Overseas loans by banks in Hong Kong fell significantly for the first time in more than four years in August, the month China devalued the yuan.
Some twenty days into an emissions-cheating scandal, Volkswagen—one of Chattanooga, Tenn.’s biggest investors and major employers—is vulnerable amid a management shake-up and dented credibility.
The United Auto Workers threatened to strike Fiat Chrysler by Wednesday night, signaling a breakdown in efforts to salvage a labor deal widely rejected by members last week.
Boardroom drama is intensifying at Viacom amid questions about the health of Executive Chairman Sumner Redstone, as Wall Street ponders what the struggling media giant might look like without him.