SABMiller’s board has agreed on the key terms of a sweetened takeover proposal by Anheuser-Busch InBev, valuing it at $104.2 billion.
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Singapore became the latest Asian nation to take policy action to support its sputtering economy as China’s slowdown casts an increasingly large shadow on growth prospects in the region.
China’s exports and imports fell in September and some economists say the data offered a further indication that third-quarter growth figures will fall below Beijing’s full-year target.
Stricter regulation curbed GE Capital’s freewheeling ways, crimping profits and spurring the company’s exit from financial services.
Twitter will slash up to 336 jobs, or 8% of its global workforce, marking the first mass layoff in the company’s nine-year history as it tries to refocus its priorities under its new chief executive.
Johnson & Johnson reported lower sales and profit in its latest quarter largely due to a stronger dollar that the company expects will keep squeezing its results.
Entergy Corp. said it plans to shut down the Pilgrim nuclear power plant in Massachusetts by June 2019, citing poor market conditions, lower revenue and higher operating costs.
Federal Reserve Governor Daniel Tarullo said the central bank should wait for “tangible evidence” of a pickup in U.S. inflation and hold short-term interest rates near zero into next year.
With its updated line of iMacs, Apple renews its commitment to affordable, high-performance desktop systems, but the company isn’t moving fast enough on Macs to solve the password hassle, writes Geoffrey A. Fowler.