AB InBev said a derivatives gain pushed up its net profit sharply in the first quarter, helping offset weak U.S. demand for the group’s beers.
The U.S. Treasury has issued a limited number of licenses to ferry operators for travel to Cuba, people involved in the matter said.
“Frozen” continues to keep Walt Disney Co. smoking hot more than a year after its release. Disney reported a better-than-expected rise in revenue for the first three months of the year.
The French government’s determination to win double voting rights for its stake in Renault has highlighted the weaknesses in the French auto maker’s alliance with Nissan.
Despite antitrust considerations, Zoetis has signaled that more pharmaceuticals mergers are on the way.
Better visibility about its cloud plans is good for Microsoft’s stock, even amid talk of a possible Salesforce.com bid.
A stronger dollar and an influx of pent-up imports into West Coast ports are pointing the U.S. economy toward its third quarterly contraction in its six-year-long expansion.
Congressional efforts to press the Federal Reserve for more details about a possible leak have suddenly focused attention on Chairwoman Janet Yellen’s contacts.
Ahead of the Tape: Skepticism about shale-oil drillers has clipped less-affected companies such as Denbury and Chesapeake.
A broad market reversal is battering hedge funds, spoiling the industry’s strongest annual start since the financial crisis.