French oil major Total reported a 20% fall in first-quarter net profit as its strongest production in a decade partially offset the impact of the collapse in oil prices.
The economic impact of Nepal’s 7.8-magnitude earthquake is expected to be immense.
Ahead of the Tape: Merck and Pfizer are cash machines in a frothy pharmaceutical sector.
Small banks and credit unions are banding together in a bid to recover hundreds of millions of dollars in losses incurred from high-profile data breaches at Target and Home Depot.
The official first-quarter GDP growth of 7% is overstated, experts agree, but pinning down the real number is a head-scratcher.
The German bond market last week went into reverse. The move underlined how little protection ultra-low yields provide against a move in prices.
Generic-drug maker Akorn has run into accounting issues. In today’s frenzied deal market, though, that might attract interest.
Deutsche Bank has unveiled a big cut in targeted returns. That may be more realistic but only serves to underline the continuing problems at the German lender.
Amazon, Google and Microsoft are spending billions to stay competitive in the cloud, with shareholders cheering them along. That is good for their suppliers.
Apple’s latest results and expanded $200 billion buyback program should help the stock weather seasonal uncertainty.