A sharp slowdown in printer supplies poses a growing problem for the new HP.
A former Goldman Sachs employee is accused by the SEC of having stolen nonpublic information in the firm’s email system so that he could trade in advance of client mergers, generating more than $460,000 in profits.
Deere & Co.’s quarterly results handily topped expectations as the farm machinery maker continued to navigate through a dismal equipment market pinned down by low crop prices.
Home prices continue to climb, but the U.S. government is keeping a lid on the size limit for federally backed mortgages, posing problems for home buyers in many pricey markets.
The EPA has withdrawn approval for a Dow Chemical herbicide designed to be used on genetically engineered crops, saying the weedkiller may be more toxic to surrounding plants than previously thought.
Rosneft’s third-quarter net profit was based on a large foreign-currency gain, after the company posted zero profit for the same period last year.
Sales of newly built homes rose in October, leaving the housing market on track for its best year since 2007.
Rosy forecasts have helped George Osborne’s budget numbers add up.
For a decade, Takata employees in the U.S. raised concerns internally about misleading testing reports on air bags that later became prone to explosions.
This Thanksgiving, a host of startups, plus e-commerce titan Amazon.com, are offering to deliver a last-minute bottle of wine, a bag of stuffing mix or a DVD, in an hour or less.