Tesla Motors Inc. posted the second quarterly profit in its history as a public company, as the auto maker had its best sales period on record, helped by the new Model X sport-utility vehicle.
Federal investigators have launched a probe into whether U.S. companies linked to a Chinese billionaire illegally avoided punitive import tariffs on Chinese aluminum.
Some policy experts say Hillary Clinton’s free-state-college plan would deliver hundreds of billions of additional dollars to schools without a clear strategy to ensure they spend it wisely and keep costs in check.
A sharp pullback in spending by cities and states on infrastructure—from highways to sewage systems to police stations—is hurting economic growth.
Amazon.com’s success in the cloud is well documented, but it must show its core retail business can eventually be highly profitable, too.
Investor skepticism about the regulatory outlook for AT&T’s deal for Time Warner has created an opportunity in the media company’s shares.
Tesla Motors’ third-quarter results aren’t as strong as they seem.
Just because the economic expansion has been long doesn’t mean it is getting long in the tooth.
As reaction to the AT&T-Time Warner deal shows, American companies should get used to a more pervasive federal presence in their lives, regardless of who is elected president, writes Greg Ip.
Solid profits from Nintendo’s stake in Pokémon Go is further proof that mobile gaming—not consoles—is the company’s future.