European stocks haven’t lived up to expectations this year. That might make them more attractive.
Solid profits from Nintendo’s stake in Pokémon Go is further proof that mobile gaming—not consoles—is the company’s future.
Oil and gas companies are cutting their exploration budgets and shifting away from expensive, high-risk exploration. World-wide, oil-exploration spending last year was the lowest since 2007.
An industrywide review by European Union antitrust authorities is slowing down approval for some of the megamergers that have promised to reshape the global agrochemicals business.
China faces a broad dilemma: how to manage a huge debt mound while maintaining loose monetary policy.
Hyundai Motor on Wednesday posted its 11th straight year-over-year decline in quarterly profit and cast doubt on this year’s sales target amid weakening demand in its largest markets.
Toyota is recalling vehicles around the world equipped with air bags that lack a drying agent, making them prone to exploding.
Ericsson appointed Börje Ekholm as its new chief executive, as the struggling Swedish telecom-equipment provider looks to turn around its business amid waning demand and stiff global competition.
Telefónica is scrambling to slash billions of dollars in debt to ward off a potential downgrade that would knock the Spanish telecommunications giant’s rating closer to non-investment grade.
Airbus Group’s most closely watched earnings measure fell 21% in the third quarter and more cash went out the door, underscoring the financial difficulties the European plane maker faces as it struggles to boost production of its jetliners.