“Pokémon Go” finally made its debut in Japan, two weeks after it launched in the U.S., where it has become the biggest-ever smartphone game.
Verizon’s reported bid for Yahoo’s core business is a bit of good news at the margin but now moves the focus to how the value of its equity stakes are realized and taxed.
Energy companies continued to cut thousands of jobs during the second quarter, even though many chief executives are now voicing optimism that the oil market crash is ending and a rebound in drilling is afoot.
Japanese equipment giant Komatsu is walking into a bargain for mining machine maker Joy Global.
The U.K. purchasing managers’ indexes for July showed a plunge in business activity after the Brexit vote. The pound, sent lower on the reading, could decline further yet.
Nintendo was trading cheaply before the Pokémon craze kicked in. Still, the mobile gaming craze has created ambitious expectations.
U.S. antitrust enforcers filed lawsuits challenging Anthem’s proposed acquisition of Cigna and Aetna’s planned combination with Humana on antitrust concerns.
Trading at an eight-year high, GE’s energetic shares might be due for a rest.
Biogen’s strong results will support the stock price, but the new drug pipeline is thin.
Intel’s data-center business is key to growth but won’t remain unchallenged.