Ahead of the Tape: Tiffany expects an awful first quarter, but analysts may have overcompensated for that.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average slumped the most in nearly a month Tuesday, as the latest batch of uneven economic data jolted the stock market out of its May lull.
Société Générale is picking apart Bache—a commodities house and the last link to a historic Wall Street name—in another sign of how the trading of raw materials has fallen on hard times.
American companies looking to do deals abroad are finding a welcome tailwind: a strong U.S. dollar.
The criminal trial of the alleged mastermind of a vast interest-rate-rigging scandal has begun in London, with prosecutors describing former bank trader Tom Hayes as dishonest and greedy.
Tech Review: Clunky interface and design, plus too many alerts, plague the Watch Urbane, Geoffrey A. Fowler reports.
Investors following the reorganization of the Samsung empire should keep their eyes on the electronics prize.
Several Internet giants—such as Google, Yahoo and Twitter—have inquired about buying Flipboard, maker of a newsreader app.
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.
Cotton prices eked out a gain Tuesday after five sessions of losses, with a rainy forecast in the Texas Panhandle leading traders to bet the U.S. could plant less of the crop.