Investors offered their own grades for Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump following Monday’s debate.
Takata is negotiating after U.S. prosecutors found evidence of unlawful conduct in the Japanese automotive supplier’s handling of rupture-prone air bags linked to numerous deaths and injuries.
Once on the defensive in national politics, the gambling industry is now playing a highly public role in U.S. elections, a prospect previously unimaginable.
The $100 billion-plus megamerger of SABMiller and Anheuser-Busch InBev cleared another hurdle after shareholders of both companies voted in favor of the deal.
Six of 10 Americans questioned said they knew little or nothing about autonomous vehicles, according to a recent survey by Kelley Blue Book, the vehicle-buying guide.
Uber plans to launch its UberEats food-delivery business in Tokyo on Thursday, preparing for a gradual rollout across Japan—a country where its main ride-hailing business is barred.
China’s life-insurance industry has been turbocharged by billions of dollars worth of short-term products. It’s a peculiar trend.
World trade will this year grow at the slowest pace since the global financial crisis, a development that should serve as a “wake-up call” as anti-globalization sentiment builds, the World Trade Organization warned.
Action-camera maker’s Karma drone can still find a niche in the fast-expanding market.
Twitter has generated interest from tech and media companies, but the former are likely to pay a higher price.