Chesapeake CEO Doug Lawler has spent the past two years trying to turn around an icon of the U.S. energy boom in turmoil financially, operationally and culturally.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said he would increase spending on social programs and raise the minimum wage as he tries to jump-start the flagging economy.
Coal-mining companies, whose stock prices have tumbled, have become the target of campaigners hoping to cast the sector as the new Big Tobacco.
A ship owned by the world’s largest dredging company, CCCC Dredging, was seen in surveillance photos of the disputed Spratly Islands.
As the Bank of England makes stress tests more difficult to pass, U.K. banks will have to retain more capital which may see many of them cutting dividend payouts.
Samsung BioLogics said it would construct a new facility in South Korea that will double its production capacity and make it the world’s largest contract drug maker.
The future price of copper and the growth of companies that produce it could hinge on a single precious resource: water.
China’s SZ DJI Technology is setting its sights on the agriculture industry with the launch of a crop sprayer that will test whether farming is fertile ground for drone technology.
Official data is understating the growth in Japanese workers’ compensation.