European stocks fell, as Greece’s negotiations with its international creditors kept investors on edge. The Stoxx Europe 600 was 0.7% lower midmorning.
Yahoo Japan’s operational tie-up with Alibaba makes sense, and could portend a more serious relationship.
A new smartphone app could allow doctors and couples receiving in vitro fertilization treatment to monitor the growth of embryos in a lab thousands of miles away.
Switzerland’s economy contracted for the first time in 4½ years in the first quarter as the strength of the Swiss franc hit foreign demand for the country’s pharmaceuticals and machinery products.
The indictments alleging corruption among FIFA officials leave corporate sponsors facing dilemma of whether to back away from the powerful marketing outlet of the world’s most popular game.
U.S. data center operator giant Equinix won a scramble to acquire U.K.-based peer Telecity Group in a cash and share offer worth $3.60 billion.
Beijing is set to announce changes that will allow individuals and businesses to directly purchase stocks, bonds and real estate in foreign markets—part of a long-stated goal of making the yuan a global currency.
Amazon.com is preparing to broadly expand its fledgling lineup of private-label brands to include grocery items such as milk, cereal, and baby food, as well as household cleaners.
Data released Friday shows the paradox hampering Japan’s economic revival—while the labor market is improving, consumer spending remains stubbornly weak.
Richard Fuld Jr. insisted he doesn’t want to play “woulda, coulda, shoulda” about the collapse of Lehman Brothers Holdings.