U.S. stocks ended slightly lower Friday, capping off a week of low trading volumes and no market-moving catalysts.
The White House, facing a push by U.S. lawmakers for strong currency manipulation strictures in a major Pacific trade deal, is pitching a less-aggressive approach to keep the deal from toppling.
The looming prospect that Athens won’t be able to meet IMF debts due in mid-June is spurring dire scenarios—but little progress at the table.
The Senate passed major trade legislation, 62-37, that would pave the way for President Barack Obama’s signature Pacific trade deal, sending the bill toward an uncertain fate in the House.
Wal-Mart Stores is asking its meat and egg suppliers to curb their use of antibiotics and offer animals more humane living conditions.
U.S. consumer prices climbed for the third straight month in April, rising 0.1%, in the latest sign inflation is stabilizing.
Arch Coal has tapped restructuring advisers to explore ways to decrease its multibillion-dollar debt load as a deep coal-market slump continues to weigh on the mining company and its rivals.
The chief of restructuring firm AlixPartners discusses missteps that global companies made in expanding in Asia and why a wave of corporate restructuring is inevitable.
Discounts at mainline stores often undercut the prices at their outlet-center cousins, a telling indicator of how reliant American retailers are on promotional pricing.
Mount Kellett Capital Management LP, a $5 billion investment firm co-founded by former Goldman Sachs star Mark McGoldrick, is calling on a friend for help.