U.S. watchmaker Fossil hopes $1,595 timepieces will bridge the gap between mass market and high-end.
American shoppers may have delivered a welcome Christmas gift to retailers: the best holiday sales growth in three years.
Sock manufacturing is making a modest comeback in the U.S., helped by more efficient machines, tepid wage growth and retailers’ desire to give more shelf space to U.S.-made products.
Germany’s HeidelbergCement has agreed to sell operations in North America and the U.K. for $1.4 billion to a U.S. affiliate of Lone Star Funds.
A decade ago, battered Australian technology stocks became the target of reverse takeovers by resources companies. Now, the opposite is happening.
Pharmalot: A new year always brings new challenges, and the pharmaceutical industry certainly has its share, says columnist Ed Silverman.
Citigroup’s top energy banker spent a decade grooming some of Houston’s most talented basketball players, many from less-privileged backgrounds. Now, the payoff: Several are drawing notice on leading college teams.
Many deals are running into a growing corps of global deal cops, each wanting a say over transactions that touch their industries, economies or interests.
More merchants are accepting the virtual currency as payment, but its volatility means few are willing to keep it.
South Korean prosecutors have indicted Uber Technologies Inc. Chief Executive Officer Travis Kalanick and his Korean partners for violating a public-transport law.