The No. 3 U.S. auto maker sold 146,151 vehicles at dealerships in June, representing the first time it outpaced Ford in the closely-watched share of monthly sales to individual consumers.
Ahead of the Tape: With the job market looking strong, the unemployment rate seems poised to go lower. But there are reasons to expect resistance.
Oil prices skidded to their lowest level in two months Wednesday in a selloff spurred by a supply glut that just won’t quit.
Facebook said it would begin sharing ad revenue with video creators, a move designed to attract more polished content and more ads.
As relations between the U.S. and Cuba normalize, schools such as the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School and Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business are expecting to enroll Cubans.
Eulogio del Pino takes on a tough task: returning the focus of Petróleos de Venezuela to oil.
U.S. manufacturers ended the second quarter on stable footing, reporting a strong flow of orders that could help support the overall economy in coming months.
The Justice Department is investigating whether U.S. airlines colluded on expansion plans, amid concerns from consumer advocates and politicians that the industry is trying to control capacity to keep airfares high.
The private-equity firm’s two biggest buyout funds are in the red, a result of the steep drop in oil prices and ill-fated investments in energy companies.
The Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority paid all principal and interest due to bondholders, buying the troubled utility time as it works to reach a deal with creditors.