Brookfield Property Partners is plowing ahead with a giant $2 billion glass tower on New York City’s West Side.
Highland Capital Management is suing Credit Suisse for more than $500 million in an effort to recoup some losses from an ill-fated loan program to developers of U.S. luxury properties during the mid-2000s.
Business investment is slowly picking up after one of its worst stretches since the recession, a sign the U.S. economy may be poised for a turnaround following a dismal start to the year.
A severe allergy season is putting pressure on drug-makers and retailers to get the right allergy medicines to pharmacies at the right time.
The future of in-dash technology, powered by your smartphone, has arrived. WSJ’s Joanna Stern reviews Android Auto.
Ahead of the Tape: Tiffany expects an awful first quarter, but analysts may have overcompensated for that.
Charter finally got the cable consolidation it was seeking with deals to buy Time Warner Cable and Bright House. But it had to pay up to get them.
California, a state notorious for strict environmental reviews and aggressive community activist groups, may have just gotten even tougher for developers.
Home prices continued their unremitting climb in March, underscoring concerns of some economists over whether the strong price gains are sustainable.
Fiat Chrysler is calling for consolidation in the auto industry. That may reflect challenges in the company’s stand-alone strategy.