A sweeping federal regulation intended to slash carbon-dioxide emissions from power plants will boost the outlook for some regions and companies while biting others.
Stocks drifted lower on both sides of the Atlantic on Tuesday, while fresh measures to curb volatility prompted a rally in China.
Shire said it has offered to acquire Baxalta in an all-share deal valued at roughly $30.6 billion, in a combination what would create a leader in treatments for rare diseases.
Crédit Agricole said plans to revise its complex structure have hit a hurdle, as it has yet to agree terms with European regulators, sending its shares sharply lower.
Chinese aluminum producers aren’t curbing their output despite the metal’s slump to a six-year low, suggesting the price of one of the world’s most heavily-traded metals still has far to go before finding a floor.
Global stocks were mixed as downbeat earnings hit shares in Europe and fresh measures to curb volatility prompted a rally in China.
The new EcoTank printers costs more up front but can churn for years without running dry, Wilson Rothman says.
Aetna Inc., which has agreed to buy fellow insurer Humana Inc., reported better-than-expected earnings for its second quarter as it benefits from growth in its government business.
Google-style offices and perks are catching on far outside Silicon Valley, as companies from insurance to pest control spend millions on free food and lavish amenities for workers.
Chile’s real-estate has been buffeted in the past year by weakening demand from China for the country’s copper and a storm of political upheaval.