The Supreme Court denied Google’s attempt to overturn a ruling in favor of Oracle in a closely watched case over software copyrights.
Rooftop solar power is taking off in Australia, undermining the prospects for the sale of a long-term lease on part of the electricity grid in New South Wales state.
Ahead of the Tape: The latest data from the National Association of Realtors show the housing recovery is gaining steam.
Millions more Americans who work in excess of 40 hours a week will qualify for overtime pay under a proposed rule the Labor Department is expected to unveil Tuesday.
It would be a mistake to assume that China’s broader economy will shrug off this market meltdown.
Other banks on the eurozone’s periphery should be worried about the need for emergency support at Greek banks and the fact it can be pulled.
U.S. swaps regulators sought to close a legal loophole that allowed American banks to shift some of their business overseas to avoid tough U.S. rules.
More than 60 million barrels were stored at a network of storage tanks in the Dutch ports of Amsterdam and Rotterdam and Belgium’s Antwerp in June.
KKR agreed to pay nearly $30 million to settle charges that it improperly shifted more than $17 million in so-called broken-deal expenses to its funds, breaching its fiduciary duty.
Trouble in Greece and China is unlikely to do much damage to the U.S., but could still alter the economic and financial landscape.