High-speed trading firm Virtu Financial Inc. has pulled the plug on its initial public offering plans for now.
But the new legislation, which will allow victims of cartels to seek damages, has been criticized for not adequately providing for class-action suits.
Home Depot is putting a lid on new-store openings and focusing its expansion efforts on e-commerce, which presents some logistical challenges for a retailer that sells a lot of bulky materials.
Signs of weakness in debuts from Weibo, Sabre and Paycom point to a snarl-up in Silicon Valley—and potential for further selloffs.
Lowe's to pay a $500,000 penalty, and also agrees to implement a program to minimize lead dust during renovations.
A unit of Chinese oil producer PetroChina will purchase the 40% stake it doesn't already own in an oil-sands operation in northern Alberta from Athabasca Oil Sands Corp. for 1.32 billion Canadian dollars.
Tech stocks have taken a pounding over the past month, putting pressure on the ecosystem for financing startups and taking them public.
Keith Seilhan, a former BP employee and senior responder during the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill, has agreed to settle charges of insider trading.
With no other offers on the table, plus-size women's clothing retailer Ashley Stewart said it plans to cancel a scheduled bankruptcy auction and sell its assets to lead bidder Clearlake Capital Group.