For a decade, Takata employees in the U.S. raised concerns internally about misleading testing reports on air bags that later became prone to explosions.
This Thanksgiving, a host of startups, plus e-commerce titan Amazon.com, are offering to deliver a last-minute bottle of wine, a bag of stuffing mix or a DVD, in an hour or less.
While most department stores set their own hours, the small shops that line mall hallways tend to follow the lead of their landlords, which take their cues from chains like J.C. Penney and Macy’s.
After Li Ka-shing’s deal defeat, investors should start anticipating a new prize for Power Assets’ shares.
Snubbing the consensus view that the U.S. dollar will keep climbing once the Fed begins raising rates, some strategists are using unusual methods to pick winners from among the likeliest losers—commodity currencies.
Orders for long-lasting goods rose in October, climbing 3.0%—a sign demand for manufactured products could be firming after falling for most of the year.
Sales of newly built homes rose in October, leaving the housing market on track for its best year since 2007.
The number of Americans filing for first-time unemployment benefits decreased last week, a healthily signal for the labor market.
U.S. stocks edged higher Wednesday, the last full trading day of the week, as investors focused on potential changes in monetary policy on both sides of the Atlantic.
Brazil’s federal police arrested the CEO of Brazilian bank BTG Pactual, André Esteves, and Sen. Delcidio do Amaral, of the ruling Workers’ Party, in connection with the Petrobras corruption scandal.