Hillary Clinton is proposing a new tax targeting high-frequency traders that critics say could inadvertently increase costs and cause problems in the stock market.
Anheuser-Busch InBev publicly slammed SABMiller PLC for rejecting its latest proposal to buy the world’s second-largest brewer.
The European Commission has laid out a proposal to require real-life conditions in testing new cars for the air pollutant nitrogen oxide, sparking a debate among governments.
Marketplace lenders like Lending Club and On Deck are growing fast—and expensively.
On the surface, Iftikar Ahmed appeared to be an immigrant success story. But prosecutors and regulators allege that he stole $65 million through a series of frauds over a decade.
Li Ka-shing sweetens the terms for Cheung Kong Infrastructure’s merger with Power Assets. Chances are he won’t have to sweeten again.
The U.S. economy is at last on the cusp of full employment after years of sluggish recovery and widespread joblessness, according to economists in a Wall Street Journal survey.
Though Japan’s economy has encountered headwinds, Abenomics is making more progress than appreciated, Greg Ip writes.
Financial turmoil in emerging markets risks hitting global economic growth and triggering asset fire sales world-wide, especially if the U.S. Federal Reserve raises interest rates prematurely, the IMF said.
Deutsche Bank took steps in the right direction with a nearly $7 billion charge and talk of eliminating its dividend. But it has more work to do.