Inflation remained modest in March, a sign that pricing pressures are in check amid slow growth in the U.S. and overseas, and low oil prices.
Unusually, the eurozone is leading the way. Strong first-quarter growth bodes well for the year.
Employers’ personnel costs rose modestly during the first quarter, but broader trends show Americans aren't seeing larger raises.
Big cost cuts in areas like staffing levels and exploration budgets helped some of Europe’s biggest energy companies generate results that were an improvement on the past quarter.
Medivation, a Nasdaq-listed company that focuses on hard-to-treat cancers, has rebuffed a takeover approach by the French drugmaker.
AB InBev has offered to sell SABMiller’s Central and Eastern European brands ahead of a European Commission decision on its acquisition of the London-based brewer.
Chinese banks’ precarious balance of provisioning just enough for bad loans while keeping profits flat won’t last much longer.
Internet companies like Tencent and Baidu have been leading the innovation drive in electric cars, as some in the broader industry believe conventional auto makers don’t have the creative chops.
Despite losing its coveted triple-A rating, there is still a lot to like about oil-and-gas giant Exxon Mobil ahead of Friday’s earnings report.
The U.S. economy stumbled out of the gate in 2016 as consumers and businesses showed renewed signs of caution, underscoring the uneven growth that has been a hallmark of the nearly seven-year expansion, the worst performance in two years.