China’s market rout has left in limbo many small technology companies that had planned to return home after listing in the U.S.
For Windows 10, Microsoft went all-out to turn around perceptions among corporate customers. For the better part of a year, it distributed in-progress versions to companies and gathered their feedback.
Twitter’s advertising business appears to be working its way past a temporary hiccup, but the growing pains are far from over.
Brazil’s central bank will almost certainly raise its benchmark interest rate for the 16th time in just over two years in a bid to fight escalating inflation, but prices aren’t cooperating.
Wall Street firms have found a new way to profit from consumers with blemished credit who can’t qualify for a mortgage: let them rent a home first with the option to buy it later.
Twitter recognizes it has a growth problem but it will be hard to fix.
Baidu is investing heavily in new services to keep pace with rivals, eating up profits in the process.
A tight market is pushing rents higher, but new supply is on the way.
Pfizer’s strong results were undermined by currency effects—which also raise pressure to do a deal.
Puerto Rico’s worsening debt crisis has whet the appetite of a small but devoted group of distressed investors, including hedge-fund manager John Paulson, who are buying hotel properties.