Investors are obsessing over when the Federal Reserve will start raising short-term rates. Drawing less scrutiny is where rates will end up in the long run and how they’ll get there. But it’s time to start paying attention.
Rebekah Brooks is close to finalizing a deal to return to News Corp, people familiar with the matter said.
BlackBerry announced a cloud version of its mobile security software, its latest move to win business from its traditional government and business customers.
Samsung introduced a new flagship phone, the Galaxy S6, with a double-curved screen and its own mobile-payment service, as the Korean giant looks to keep pace with Apple and Xiaomi.
Renault SA is testing technology to launch an autonomous vehicle that can drive around busy city streets and reduce the number of accidents on the roads.
Gannett Co. has agreed to implement certain corporate-governance policies at the upcoming spinoff of its publishing division, settling a dispute with activist investor Carl Icahn.
Tiny plastics company Scheu is one of a growing number of Swiss businesses that are exploring extraordinary measures to combat the local currency’s surging value.
Hewlett-Packard agreed to buy Aruba Networks for about $2.7 billion in an all-cash deal aimed at bolstering the tech company’s wireless networking operations.
British food and clothing retailer Marks & Spencer is changing its growth strategy in China, culling stores around Shanghai while planning to set up shop in Beijing and Guangzhou later this year.
Norfolk Southern named company President James A. Squires its next chief executive as part of the railroad operator’s succession process.