At a time when slumping crude-oil prices have shelved most new oil-sands projects, pint-size sites are proliferating.
IMF chief Christine Lagarde, in Peru for the fund’s annual meeting this week, will try to nudge finance leaders into what she says is an urgent policy upgrade to help the global economy avoid another downturn.
The Japanese auto industry hailed a tariff-cutting agreement among 12 Pacific nations, though the impact may be limited by earlier shifts in production to markets where the cars are sold.
The management of Air France, the French arm of Air France-KLM, has outlined a plan to cut 2,900 jobs in a meeting with union representatives.
A rebound in Chinese sales growth may coincide with a recovery in Yum’s share price and renewed interest in spinning the unit off.
Jack Dorsey’s return to Twitter doesn’t mark the kind of change the company needs.
The eurozone purchasing managers index took a turn down in September. But its level tells a story of continued recovery.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew will urge countries to “use all available policy tools” to boost global growth at an international conference next week, a top Treasury official said.
Many target-date funds have losses for the year, fueling the debate over how these funds should adjust their equity holdings as their investors near retirement.
In Translation: Sometimes companies can buy back their own stock, and sometimes they can’t. How much does it matter to investors?