India’s largest auto maker is getting a boost from its Jaguar brand’s belated entry into the luxury sport-utility vehicle market and from its release of an entry-level sports car.
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn took a stake in Allergan PLC and threw his support behind the drug company’s chief executive, Brent Saunders, in a departure from the activist’s usual playbook.
The airline recently added nonstop flights to the Chinese city of Xi’an and plans to roll out service to Hangzhou in July, part of a high-stakes bet to expand its leading position in the country.
U.S. tariffs are boosting steel prices, helping American producers but raising costs for manufacturers.
City boosters erect a 2,300-pound mirrored monument to Louisville’s era as America’s capital of disco-ball manufacturing.
Worried about their financially strapped workforce, a handful of companies are stepping in to offer employees alternatives to payday loans and other expensive financial products.
Better-than-expected sales might not give auto stocks any juice.
With incomes rising amid a better job market, recent gains in consumer spending may actually stick.
Cheaper services are allowing some oil producers to survive, particularly in Russia, while others, such as Venezuela, are facing steep production declines.
It is too easy for investors to forget that Volkswagen Group is a conglomerate that consists of more than one particularly thorny restructuring story.